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Warcraft director Duncan Jones – who’s a bona fide World Of Warcraft fan so we’re expecting great things from him (well, that, and the fact that Moon and Source Code were both fab) – has been busily Tweeting some gorgeous behind-the-scenes pics form the film. “Just another day on the busy streets of downtown Stormwind,” he says of the street scenes.
Warcraft is released in the UK on 3 June.
Moon, Source Code and Warcraft director Duncan Jones (who’s now such a success in his own right, we don’t need to point out he’s David Bowie’s son to pique your interest… though we just did) is finally going to get to make a long-cherished sci-fi project, Mute. Paul Rudd (Ant-Man) and Alexander Skarsgard (True Blood) are set to star, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Mute concept art that Jones released years back
Jones has been talking...
Legendary Pictures and Universal Pictures have released a new poster for director Duncan (Moon) Jones’s big screen adaptation of Warcraft. Also, the trailer for the film is set to debut on Friday. No news on a teaser for the trailer. Have the film’s marketing guys not realised that’s a thing now? Warcraft is set to be released in the UK on 3 June 2016.
• New Pics From Warcraft Movie
• Ben Foster and others added to Warcraft...
Three new stills from director Duncan Jones’s Warcraft movie from Empire magazine have made their way on line. We get to see Vikings star Travis Fimmel as Sir Anduin Lothar;Toby Kebbel as Durotan, lead Orc, andRobert Kazinsky as Orgrim Doomhammer. A trailer for the film is expected imminently.
Legendary Picture’s Warcraft is set to be released in the UK on 3 June 2016. It will have lots of swords.
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The Warcraft movie was one of many pushed back to 2016 to avoid competing with Star Wars in 2015. But that’s not stopping Legendary Pictures and Universal from beavering away and getting things in place.
More people have been signed on and so far the cast is looking like this. Ben Foster (3:10 to Yuma), Travis Fimmel (Vikings), Paula Patton, Toby Kebbel, Dominic Cooper (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) and Rob Kazinsky (True Blood).
News has emerged that Duncan Jones, he of Moon fame, will direct the movie Warcraft which is set to be released on December 18th 2015!
The movie that has been written by Jones and Charles Leavitt is of course based on the hit videogame franchise from Blizzard Entertainment. The movie is also the first movie to be produced under the partnership of Universal and Legendary Pictures and as yet has no cast attached to it.
Rumours however have suggested...
The movie set in the World of Warcraft universe has been given a start date by its producer Charles Roven. “First quarter 2014 we’re going to shoot that movie.” That means there’s plenty of time to hit that 2015 release date (2015 really is going to be an epic year to be a geek).
Way back in February we announced that Duncan Jones (Moon) had moved in to direct after Sam Raimi’s departure. It’s been good to hear news on the...
It’s a time for MMO gamers to rejoice, because Duncan Jones has signed on to direct the Warcraft movie for Legendary Pictures. If you don’t recognise the name, he’s a British director whose film Moon won multiple awards (including a Bafta). The job had initially been offered to Sam Raimi and his name was attached to the project for quite some time but he eventually stepped down. This was supposedly due to a clash with his Oz film.
DUNCAN JONES got everyone talking with his brilliant debut, Moon. Following that up was definitely going to be a tough task.
With Source Code, he again takes an original story – a rarity in Hollywood currently – and crafts something very impressive.
Now, the sci-fi-cum-thriller-cum-drama is set for release on Blu-ray, and it’s a must for fans of the format.
Jake Gyllenhaal plays Captain Colter Stevens, a US soldier who becomes the...
For the briefest of moments at the beginning of Source Code, there’s an expectation that we’re going to be watching a tribute to classic eighties sci-fi. A long drawn out note of music against a black screen recalls Terminator, Blade Runner and Alien. It’s enough to send a slight tingle up the spine. And then the visuals fade in, and the soundtrack begins, and it’s clear that’s not what we’re getting at all. This is Hitchcock.