Legendary Pictures
(Media and Entertainment)
San Diego Comic-Con International
(Media and Entertainment)
Duncan Jones
(Movies & TV)
Sam Raimi
(Movies & TV)
(Video Games)
Chris Metzen
(Visual Arts)
Anton Yelchin
(Movies & TV)

See also

Warcraft (film)

Knowledge Identifier: $Warcraft_(film)


Warcraft (film)

Upcoming epic fantasy film based on the Warcraft video game series and set in the world of Azeroth add

Category: Movies & TV (402)

Launched in 2000.

Countries: United States (67%), United Kingdom (11%), (11%)

Main connections: Legendary Pictures, San Diego Comic-Con International, Duncan Jones

Linked to: China Film Group




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The film was first announced in 2006 as a project partnership with Legendary Pictures add something


At BlizzCon 2008, Mike Morhaime stated that a script was being written add something


On July 22, 2009, Blizzard Entertainment announced that Sam Raimi would serve as the film's director, but in July 2012, he told Crave Online that he had withdrawn, due to committing to the movie "Oz the Great and Powerful" add something


At San Diego Comic-Con 2011, Chris Metzen said the movie was not dead, but gave few useful details saying it was still in the "treatment stage" add something


In mid-March 2012, Nethaera said the movie is "still on the radar" with no other update add something


The previous Director, Sam Raimi, explained why he left the project in 2013 add something


In late January 2013, Legendary Pictures announced that director Duncan Jones had been attached to the production add something


Starting in February 2013, there was a flurry of news from the director Duncan Jones add something


In April 2013, Legendary Pictures producer Thomas Tull stated that production status, script, and release date announcements were coming "soon" add something


At San Diego Comic-Con International in July 2013, a concept trailer was presented, featuring a battle between a human and an orc add something


On September 23, 2013, it was reported that actors Paul Dano, Travis Fimmel, Anson Mount, and Anton Yelchin were on the shortlist for the film, In October 2013, Fimmel was announced to be the lead character add something


At BlizzCon in November 2013, four pieces of concept art were unveiled, and Jones announced that the plot would focus on the initial meeting of humans and orcs, with Lothar and Durotan being the central characters add something


On December 4, 2013, the main cast of the film, consisting of Ben Foster, Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Dominic Cooper, Toby Kebbell and Rob Kazinsky, was announced add something


On December 14, 2013 Universal added Daniel Wu and Clancy Brown to the cast of the film add something


At a panel presentation during Blizzcon 2014, many of the casting announcements were made add something


Filming began on January 13, 2014 and wrapped-up on May 23 add something


Filming began on January 13, 2014, with "Warcraft" having a set release date of March 11, 2016 add something


In early March 2014, newcomer Burkely Duffield joined the cast in a major role add something


In October 2014, both Legendary Pictures and Jones hired Ramin Djawadi as the composer for the film add something


The film is set to be released by Universal Pictures on June 10, 2016 add something


"Warcraft" has a set release date of June 10, 2016 add something


"Warcraft" will be released in a total of 65 countries from June to August 2016, and international territories are expected to produce better results than in North America add something


"Warcraft" will be released on digital download on September 13, 2016, and released on Blu-ray, Blu-ray 3D and DVD on September 27, 2016 add something


On June 18, 2018, Jones tweeted that the chances of "Warcraft" getting a sequel "doesn't look good add something