The Burning Legion is back in the next expansion for World of Warcraft, which will raise the level cap to 110 and add a new hero class, Demon Hunter, to the longrunning MMORPG. It’s called World of Warcraft: Legion, and it’s packed full of Warcraft lore from obvious to archaic. »
Almost every single video game movie ever has sucked. It’s just inevitable when you take a medium that’s so personal and expand it into a less engaging experience. Duncan Jones, director of probably the biggest video game movie of all time Warcraft, knows this and thinks he’s fixed it. »
Warcraft made a splash at Comic-Con this year—both on the floor and in Hall H, and fans have been waiting ages for news. But if you’re not familiar with the series, you may be confused as to what all the fuss is for. Don’t know your Gul’dans from your Durotans? Here’s our complete guide to the Warcraft film.
Once again, Comic-Con was a massive Thunderdome in which entertainment properties entered...and only some of them left. Studios and creators battled to create buzz for their projects, and some triumphed. Here are the biggest winners and losers of Comic-Con 2015. »
2015 is the third year director Duncan Jones has brought his big-screen adaptation of Warcraft to Comic-Con and he finally had something huge to show. He debuted about a 5 minute trailer from the film that featured a unique blend of CG visuals with intimate character moments and massive action. »
It might not be out until next year, but Warcraft is out in full force on the floor of Comic-Con 2015. WETA Workshop have set up a booth showing off some of their remarkable props work on the film—and we’ve got footage of all the awesomeness right here! »
For nearly 11 years, World of Warcraft gamers have soared over the Alliance Capital of Stormwind on their flying steeds, but now you can get a sneak peek of a similar scenario for Duncan Jones’ Warcraft movie for yourself, as well as a fantastic first look at the location re-imagined for the big screen. »
Speaking at the Legendary booth during San Diego Comic-Con this evening, director Duncan Jones revealed Warcraft is about 10 VFX shots from being complete, he’s confident it’s good, and would love to come back to direct a sequel. Maybe even two.
In less than two weeks, the eyes of the world will turn to the Gaslamp District of San Diego, California where over 100,000 fans will cram into the biggest event in pop culture: San Diego Comic-Con. Over the course of four days, it’s geek nirvana for attendees, as well as people following at home. »
One of the planned Transformers spinoffs could take place on Cybertron. Duncan Jones discusses filming Warcraft. Doctor Who is returning to often-used location. Bryan Fuller explains the need to keep American Gods’ cast diverse. Plus, Hugh Dancy talks Hannibal. Spoilers Get! »
Steven Moffat explains what has to happen for us to get a Doctor Who movie. Watch a new Jurassic World clip! Mysterious casting news for Star Wars: Rogue One, Suicide Squad, and the Arrow/Flash spinoff. Gambit may not be in X-Men Apocalypse. Plus, what happens when the original Agents of SHIELD team reunites? Spoilers! »
There are even more rumors about Spider-Man after this week's big announcements. Plus, Duncan Jones talks about his Warcraft movie, Billy Dee Williams talks about the Star Wars movies, and there's Jurassic World clues. Plus casting details for Frankenstein and The Shannara Chronicles. To me, my Spoilers! »
The producers of Arrow talk about their plans for more shows in that universe, and we get a sense for what Supergirl will be like as a show. Duncan Jones talks about the crazy special effects in Warcraft. Watch new teasers for Kingsmen: The Secret Service and The Walking Dead. Spoilers now! »
Video Games! You've heard of them. But what you might not be so aware of is 'eSports' - the growing genre of highly competitive multiplayer gaming. But are eSports really on a level where we should be seeing digital athletes at the Olympics? Rob Pardo, formerly of Blizzard, thinks so. »
This Sunday, November 23rd, is the 10th Anniversary of the release of World of Warcraft. Its impact on video games cannot be understated - but its impact on wider popular culture itself can't be either. So how did a fledgling MMORPG from 2004 become still relevant to the pop culture world of today? »
This weekend at Blizzcon, we finally learned about the cast of Duncan Jones' upcoming epic fantasy based on the hit MMORPG. But now the first two posters for the film have also arrived — they may be teasers, but they definitely herald a great deal of conflict to come between the Alliance and the Horde. »