During its Hall H presentation, Legendary Pictures spotlighted its Godzilla sequel, Guillermo del Toro’s Crimson Peak, Duncan Jones’ Warcraft and more.
The Lone Survivor actor will play Medivh, a sorcerer who is forced out of retirement.
Director Duncan Jones’ adaptation of the Blizzard video game franchise will be in post-production for “about 20 months.”
Universal and Legendary’s adaptation of the popular video game franchise has confirmed the casting of Travis Fimmel and Paula Patton, among others, but there’s no word on Colin Farrell’s involvement.
Duncan Jones will no longer helm the movie about the legendary James Bond creator, due to scheduling conflicts with the upcoming epic Warcraft.
The actor says he’s met with director Duncan Jones and has read the script, but beyond that, his Warcraft involvement remains uncertain.
The director of the upcoming Warcraft movie pulled back the curtain over the weekend, promising an epic that focuses equally on Orc and human heroes.
The 12 Years a Slave actor weighs in on rumors that he’s part of Duncan Jones’ video-game movie, and talks about the defunct Akira adaptation.
Director Duncan Jones is ready to cast Vikings star Travis Fimmel in his big-screen adaptation of Blizzard’s World of Warcraft.
Warcraft, Moon director Duncan Jones’ adaptation of the hit Blizzard Entertainment franchise, will arrive in theaters in December 2015.
Colin Farrell and Paul Patton are reportedly among the names in consideration for Legendary Pictures for lead roles in Duncan Jones’ Warcraft, an adaptation of the wildly popular online role-playing game.
Director Doug Jones is set to start shooting Warcraft, the film based on Blizzard’s super-popular online role-playing game World of Warcraft, on Jan. 13.