If only I had a controller in my hand.
Following an early screening of the fantasy film “Warcraft” at the AMC Loews IMAX theatre on Wednesday, Paula Patton joined moviegoers for a panel discussion on the film and took questions from the audience.
You don’t have to be a gamer to fall in love with “Warcraft”. In fact, you might enjoy it better if you’re not.
This story takes place forty years in the future in Berlin. The East is fighting with the West. Immigrants are flocking to the city as violence heightens.
That’s right guys, Warcraft is happening. In the film directed by Duncan Jones and written by Jones and Chris Metzen, the plot will follow with the alliances set in the video game and novels. With the film being an origin story based off the relationship of humans and orcs, it has a huge cast of characters established in the video game. Legendary Films helped finance the $100 million budget and the film will be released by Universal Pictures on June 10, 2016.
The film will follow humans living on Azeroth while Orc warriors invade the land as their world of Draenor dies. Sir Anduin Lothar leads the humans and Durotan leads the orcs as the worlds become connected through the Dark Portal.
The trailer for the film was released on November 6 and it shows a number of characters who will be featured in the film. On the human side, Lothar is played by Travis Fimmel, while Ben Foster plays Magnus Mediyh, the magical Guardian of Tirisfal. Dominic Cooper plays King Llane Wrynn, Ben Schnetzer plays Khadgar, Ruth Neggaplays Lady Taria Wrynn, Dylan Schombing plays Prince Varian Wrynn, and Callum Keith Rennie plays Moroes.
As for the orcs, you have various characters played by Toby Kebbell, Robert Kazinsky, Daniel Wu, Clancy Brown, Terry Notary, and Anna Galvin. You can check out the trailer below to see the game adaptation in action: