PCGamesN had a great interview with WARCRAFT Movie actor Robert Kazinsky (Orgrim Doomhammer) to talk about his role in the movie. Robert goes on to say there will be a second and third film till they get to The Frozen Throne story, but backpedals with “If we get to make them.” Figure of speech, or does Robert knows something? That’s wide open for debate.
Legendary released on Sunday a new Warcraft Movie TV Spot featuring some of the scenes we had already seen plus a new sequence showing Garona in battle against an orc — and if you look closer in the image below, she is wearing armor with the Stormwind lion crest. We get a good glimpse of Dalaran, and a few ramdom scenes never seen before.
The Warcraft Movie is coming to a theater near you on June 10, 2016. We are 4 months-2 weeks-and some change away from watching the movie. Only 137 days. Where’s the Hype?! Yay! Follow @Legendary and Duncan Jones @ManMoonMade.
Pre-orders for the Warcraft: Durotan The Official Warcraft Movie Prequel are now available. No front cover at the moment.
Sadly, the person I assigned to go to the “SDCC 2015 – Warcraft Movie Panel” spent two hours in line before everyone was told there was no more room. My heart deflated. I have heard Duncan Jones fed and handed away lots of twinkies to late-campers who waited in line since last night. So I can understand the line was pretty huge as the panel schedule approached.
JAKKS Pacific revealed plans for their Legendary Pictures Warcraft Movie license. Their toys will ship at retailers nationwide on June 16. Check out below our SDCC 2015 JAKKS Warcraft Movie panel video.
SDCC 2015 JAKKS Warcraft Movie License details
All new toy line for the Summer 2016 blockbuster film from Legendary Pictures and Universal!
During the Blizzard Showcase panel held at San Diego Comic Con, Christie Golden revealed she is writing a prequel to the Warcraft Movie where we will see a lot of the things that lead to the events in the movie, new continuity. Find out more details about the Warcraft Movie Novel in our Blizzard Showcase Panel video transcript page. (link at the bottom)
Something that we were all waiting for has finally become available to us : Some footage of how Stormwind will look like for the Warcraft movie, and it’s really immersive! You can either watch it on Youtube on the following VR Demo, or you can download the new app Legendary VR for the App Store or Google Play.
Duncan Jones tweeted he is supervising work done at ILM to oversee progress on the Legendary Pictures’ Warcraft movie. After sending him a quick tweet about what his visit’s purpose is, he replied: “We have a huge amount of FX work, so I go on regular trips to ILM to mess up everyone’s comfortable routine! ;)”
For those wondering what ILM stands for, Industrial Light & Magic (ILM) is an American Academy Award-winning motion picture visual effects company — a division of Lucasfilm. You can browse their past works over at the ILM.com website.
Chris Hardwick (@nerdist) interviewed the BlizzCon 2014 Warcraft Movie Presentation panelists: Duncan Jones (Warcraft Movie director), Chris Metzen (Co-producer/writer), Bill Westenhofer (visual effects supervisor), and Rob Kazinsky (Orgrim/actor).
We have a full transcript of the panel to share with you. Learn the latest Warcraft Movie updates straight from the source. Use the navigator at the bottom of the page to browse through all 4-pages. Submit transcript corrections here.
Blizzplanet member @dperschonok took photos of the Warcraft Movie museum room set up at BlizzCon 2014 for all fans’ delight. Duncan Jones and Legendary Pictures filled the room with props, armor and weapons used in the Warcraft Movie.
The Warcraft Movie Presentation Panel at BlizzCon 2014 revealed the roles of many actors. Stay tuned for the panel transcript sometime during the next couple of weeks.
Lothar – Travis Fimmel
Durotan – Toby Kebbell
Medivh – Ben Foster
Gul’dan – Daniel Wu
Lady Taria Wrynn – Ruth Negga
Blackhand – Clancy Brown
Khadgar – Ben Schnetzer
Garona – Paula Patton
King Llane Wrynn – Dominic Cooper
Orgrim Doomhammer – Robert Kazinsky
IGN interviewed X-Men: The Last Stand actor Ben Foster who revealed he plays the role of Medivh the Last Guardian in the Warcraft Movie. Foster also had the chance to see some test footage of motion-capture and mentions while Medivh doesn’t have any motion-capture, there are characters and creatures in his proximity onscreen that do use motion-capture.