Two New Banners for Duncan Jones 'Warcraft' Arrive at Comic-Con
by Alex Billington
July 11, 2015
For the Horde! Just a few hours before Legendary's panel at Comic-Con 2015, Universal has debuted two new posters for Duncan Jones' Warcraft movie. This may mean that we're going to see the trailer later today, and we'll follow up with that if it arrives. Based on Blizzard's World of Warcraft game, the movie was already filmed and is close to being finished, but will still be rendered for an extra year to make the orcs seem very realistic. We still have a long wait until June of 2016, but the more we see, the better this looks. I've got a feeling once we get some finished footage, it may impress even those who are doubters. We'll see.
Here's the two new posters promoting Duncan Jones' Warcraft movie put out by Universal at Comic-Con.
As for the story in Warcraft, it will follow Anduin Lothar facing off against Durotan, the two human and orc heroes from the original real-time strategy games, before World of Warcraft was even created. The film will largely focus on the Eastern Kingdoms of Azeroth. Blizzard Entertainment and Legendary Pictures present Warcraft, a 3D epic adventure of world-colliding conflict directed by Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code), written by Charles Leavitt and rewritten by Duncan Jones. Produced by Charles Roven, Thomas Tull, Jon Jashni and Alex Gartner. The cast: Ben Foster, Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Toby Kebbell, Rob Kazinsky, Dominic Cooper, Daniel Wu and Clancy Brown. Universal will release Warcraft starting June 10th, 2016.
Well this is a pretty pathetic first glimpse
Jon Odishaw on Jul 11, 2015
Agreed! Terrible posters, even when they released the first production photos for this it looked way better.
Armitall on Jul 11, 2015
Maybe quit being a little bitch
txJM on Jul 19, 2015
Are you guys live blogging BvS panel on the site??
Jorrell Mcdaniel on Jul 11, 2015
That orc one....holy crap it looks shitty. And I am a WoW fan lol.
Brian Sleider on Jul 11, 2015
Ahhh...this movie has more potential for greatness or terribleness than any other film in the coming years. I mean it does benefit that no one really has expectations for it, but it carries a lot of stakes for Duncan Jones and Universal.
DAVIDPD on Jul 11, 2015
We need more gold, my liege.....
TheOct8pus on Jul 13, 2015
Sir Warcraft looks really sad in the second poster. Maybe he lost something.
capitandelespacio on Jul 14, 2015
Mark Brackney on Jul 18, 2015
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