The big screen adaptation of World of Warcraft and Terminator 5 are on the fast track to get made, and casting for both movies is coming together fast. Both were set to come out in 2015, but now World of Warcraft has moved to early 2016 to get out of the way of Star Wars, as any movie would.
After months of speculation, the new Star Wars finally has an official release date, December 18, 2015. Usually the Star Wars movies come out on Memorial Day, but now Disney will be breaking tradition and will give us a new Star Wars for Xmas two years from now.
Okay, so Disney just threw down the gauntlet, booking Star Wars on December 18, 2015, the same day World of Warcraft is scheduled to come out. But this is over two years down the road here, and there’s plenty of time to set up a new release date where the long awaited WoW movie can really kick some ass.
There have been so many rumors and net speculation about Star Wars lately, but here’s an official piece of news that’s absolutely bank on: The next Star Wars movie will be hitting theaters on December 18, 2015.
We recently reported on TGD that the World of Warcraft movie is coming together quickly for a potential December 18, 2015 release. Colin Farell and Paula Patton are both up for the lead roles, and now news comes in that Travis Fimmel from the show Vikings is also up to star.
It looks like things are moving forward pretty quickly on the World of Warcraft movie, which will be directed by Duncan Jones (Source Code). We’ve also reported on TGDaily that Colin Farrell and Paula Patton are currently in the running for the lead roles in the WoW movie.
The video game market has been bouncing back, big time, and with its strong return, we’ve been hoping there could be a good video game movie one of these days. Not only are Ubisoft developing a series of game movie adaptations in house, but the World of Warcraft movie is also swiftly coming together, with Colin Farrell in the lead.
A movie based on World of Warcraft has been in the works for some time now, and now it’s official: The big-screen adaptation of WoW will roll next year with Duncan Jones (Source Code) directing.
The age of World of Warcraft is finally coming to an end.
As longtime TG readers know, we’ve been wondering for quite some time why there hasn’t been a great video game movie. But game adaptations have apparently been doing very well with the Halo 4 webisodes, and the Syfy series Defiance, a very expensive risk that’s apparently paying off.
While the video game market is still enduring a lot of ups and downs, quite a few video game movies have been put into development, including Assassin’s Creed, Splinter Cell, and Deus Ex, while Need For Speed will be hitting theaters next year.
Since the first Evil Dead movie, Sam Raimi's proven to be a very resourceful and inventive director, and he’s certainly come a long way since his low budget horror days.
Whether there will ever be a Halo movie or not is one of the longest running sagas in the world of gaming.
It’s a lament we repeat a lot around here, but we still don’t have a good video game movie. Actually, "good" is much too generous. How about a half-way decent or watchable video game movie?
The best video games in history. Cool idea for a list, and I’m surprised I haven’t seen it anywhere else recently, although putting a collection like this together is quite a daunting task.
A hacker has claimed responsibility for an incident yesterday in which World of Warcraft players across Europe dropped dead in their thousands.
WoW: Mists of Pandaria is finally here!
Blizzard has cut off access to World of Warcraft in Iran, citing US trade sanctions.
Piracy is perhaps the greatest fear of many entertainment companies. The movie business is terrified of it, with the phenomenon also causing considerable damage to the adult industry.
The undisputed King of the MMORPG realm is clearly Blizzard's wildly popular World of Warcraft (WoW).