Two years from now, the long awaited movie adaptation of World of Warcraft will finally be hitting theaters. We at TGD have very high hopes for it, because we would love to see a good video game movie one of these days, and this one definitely has a shot.
Although it won’t be hitting theaters until early 2016, Dominic Cooper has teased a few details, telling Collider and Crave Online that Warcraft is “a very human story…there’s a few of us that are humans in it that are up against tribes and problematic issues that exist in the world that we exist in. It’s happening all over the world at the moment…
“People have savaged their own lands and their own environment and they’re having to find a new environment in which to movie into through the hostility of others,” Cooper says. “If there’s something as poignant as that [which] we can relate to and that we see unfolding in everyday life, then it will make it a worthwhile story.”
Warcraft will be directed by Duncan Jones (Source Code), and it will star Ben Foster, Paula Patton, Travis Fimmel, Toby Kebbell, Rob Kazinsky, and Dominic Cooper. Mark your calendars for March 11, 2016, when Warcraft hits theaters.