The waiting is over, but the countdown has just begun. Legendary Pictures has indeed spread on his YouTube channel the “Warcraft – The Beginning” trailer, fantasy movie base on World of Warcraft, the famous Mmorpg (Massive multiplayer online role-playing game) developed by Blizzard Entertainment, which since 2008 is controlled by Activision Blizzard (which in turn has just bought for 5,9 billion dollars King Digital Entertainment, producer of the social game Candy Crush) and it was an immediate success with over 8.5 million views in a few days.
The movie (this is the official website: www.warcraftmovie.com), made with a budget of $ 100 million in part thanks to CGI computer animation and in part live action, directed by Duncan Jones (son of the Brithis singer David Bowie, already director of the sci-fi thriller “Moon”, in 2008, and of “Source Code”, in 2011) between January and May 2014, will be distribuited by Universal Picture from June 10, 2016, all over the world, since December 18, 2015, the date initially scheduled, would coincide with the theatrical release of “Star wars: the force awakens”.
The plot revolves around the first war between the Alliance (humans, dwarves and elves) and the Horde (orcs) but for now we know little more than that the story will tell the standpoint of the Alliance and in particular of a human who will be the protagonist of the story. In the main cast are among others Travis Fimmel (Anduin Lothar, “il Leone di Azeroth”, comandante supremo dell’Alleanza), Toby Kebbell (Durotan, leader of the clan of the White Wolves, one of the main commanders of the Horde), Paula Patton (Garona Halforcer, half human, half-ogre, in the game under the mind control of Gul’dan) and Daniel Wu (the wizard Gul’Dan, leader of the Shadow Council).
Waiting to see it in theaters, we show you the trailer: enjoy the show and continue to follow Mondivirtuali.it, even through our account on Twitter and our fanpage on Facebook (but remember: Mondivirtuali is also on Flickr, on Pinterest, on Scoop.it, on Paper.li and on Youtube).