WARCRAFT Trailer Two – Now with added Dwarves!

Warcraft Unite Poster

Nothing quite grabs your attention like being smashed in the face by an Orc (Durotan in this case played by Toby Kebbell) as you will see when you press play now to watch the latest trailer for Duncan Jones’ soon to be released feature film adaptation of Blizzard Entertainment’s WARCRAFT.

There’s been some speculation on what races  will feature in WARCRAFT. We knew about Orcs and Humans but keep your eyes peeled while watching this latest trailer for a glimpse of those hardy fellas, Dwarves!

WARCRAFT smashes into your cinemas, into your eyeballs and into your noggins from June 10th (30th May if you’re in the UK).

New WARCRAFT Poster and TV Spot

WARCRAFT Poster March 2016

We’re a few months away from the June 10th (May 30th UK) release of WARCRAFT and promotion is beginning to kick off with the release of a new poster and TV spot.

The poster expands on the previous Durotan (Toby Kebbell) and Lothar (Travis Fimmel) faction split (Horde and Alliance) to include Ogrim Doomhammer (Robert Kazinsky), King Llane Wrynn (Dominic Cooper), Garona (Paula Patton), Medivh (Ben Foster) and Khadgar (Ben Schnetzer).

For those wondering if any other races apart from Orcs and Humans would feature in the WARCRAFT movie, keep your eyes peeled for the fella with the blunderbuss 🙂

Join Clint Mansell For An Evening Of Uneasy Listening In March 2016

 

Clint Mansell - Please Stand ByIf you’re in Los Angeles or the UK in March would advise you get yourself tickets for Clint Mansell’s Uneasy Listening tour ASAP.

Fans of MOON will be well aware of Clint’s stunning score for Duncan Jone’s debut feature film, an integral part of the film.

Clint is the man behind some of the most celebrated soundtracks of the past two decades.

His music has been recognised with Grammy and Golden Globe nominations and he is a longtime collaborator of groundbreaking director Darren Aronofsky, for whom he scored Black SwanRequiem For A Dream, The Fountain, The Wrestler, Noah and Pi.

In addition to his work on MOON and Aronofsky’s films, Clint created the scores for Jon S. Baird’s Filth and Park Chan-wook’s Stoker. Most recently he has completed work on Ben Wheatley’s film of JG Ballard’s High Rise, due for release in early 2016.

Clint will also be reuniting with Duncan soon to score his next film, MUTE! (That’s a bit bloody exciting eh?)

Clint Mansell - Uneasy Listening Tour March 2016

Mansell’s band, pianist Carly Paradis and the Sonus Quartet, join him on stage to perform his work.

I went to see Clint at the Barbican in London in 2014 and I can promise you if you get to see any of the dates on this tour you are in for a treat. Can’t wait to experience it all again in Brum 🙂

Uneasy listening, aural pleasure.

Dates and links to venues & tickets…

Friday 18th March – The Theatre at the Ace Hotel Los Angeles

Wednesday March 23rd – Birmingham Symphony Hall

Thursday 24th March – London Royal Festival Hall

Saturday 26th March – Gateshead Sage

Tuesday 29th March – Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Duncan Jones Uncovers Cache of Film Director Photographs… As Babies!

Duncan Jones - Director Babies - Kubrick
Stanley Kubrick

As you may now understand from the recent announcement, babies have been on Duncan Jones’ mind for the last few months. Not only the co-production with Rodene Jones, but also following his discovery of a cache of previously rare unseen photographs of famous film directors… as babies!

Duncan has been slowly releasing these photographs on his twitter feed since October last year where he revealed a fascinatingly intense baby Stanley Kubrick starring at what we presume was his nanny from a baby cage. Where he found these and how he got his hands on them is a mystery, for now. We’ve reached out to Duncan for comment but so far he’s remained tight lipped, or maybe he simply hasn’t got the bottle. For now we’ll just have to make do with feasting our eyes on some of the most creative minds in film… as babies!

 

Surprise New Jones Production Due For June Release!

As you may already be aware, Duncan Jones’s next film WARCRAFT is due for release in June, but that’s not the only Jones production due for release at around the same time….

Commenting on the news along with Duncan was his co-producer, Rodene Jones:-

“Shame on those of you who just thought I was really fat and didn’t say anything. HAHA. ;)”

Big love to Rodene and Duncan, wonderful wonderful news x

Science Fiction Theatre Presents MOON – London 15-02-16

Science Fiction Theatre Presents MOON

Anyone near London on Monday 15th February may like to pop along to a screening of Duncan Jones’ MOON from Science Fiction Theatre.

Starting at 20:00 at The Victoria, MOON will be preceded by a talk from Dr Tony Milligan, teaching fellow in ethics and philosophy of religion at Kings College London, who will explore the morality, ethics and justification for mining the Moon.

Where: The Victoria, 451 Queensbridge Road, E8 3AS

When: Monday 15th February @ 20:00

Tickets: £3.50 in advance, £5.00 on the door

Follow Sci-Fi Theatre on Twitter, full details over on their web site. Have fun! 🙂

*MOON image by Mehmet Ulusahin

WARCRAFT: The Beginning UK Release Moved Forward to May 30th 2016

WARCRAFT POSTER November 2015WARCRAFT: The Beginning UK distributors, Universal Pictures UK have, just announced Duncan Jones’ latest feature film has had it’s UK release date moved forward to Monday 30th May 2016 ahead of it’s US release of June 30th 2016.


A nice treat for those of us living in the UK, and a double treat for Duncan Jones as (as pointed out by our old pal The Laughing Bansee) May 30th is also Duncan’s 45th Birthday!

Legendary Release New WARCRAFT TV Spot

WARCRAFT POSTER November 2015

Legendary just released their first TV spot for Duncan Jones’ WARCRAFT. As it’s titled (TV Spot 1) we can safely assume this is the first of many as we build towards the June 10th 2016 release date.

As well as this, Duncan also shared some new pics of the impressive set for Stormwind City yesterday. June can’t come soon enough as far as I’m concerned… FOR THE ALLIANCE! (ducks).

Duncan Jones Returns To Twitter Sharing New WARCRAFT Photos

Duncan Jones returned to Twitter earlier today and thanked everyone for the many messages he has received over the last 13 days since the passing of his father. Duncan chose an image by one his favourite British artists David Shrigley to say “Everything is good”.


Duncan eased himself back into the social stream by sharing a couple of new images from his upcoming film WARCRAFT showing details of the Alliance city of Stormwind featuring the Hero’s Call Board which players of World of Warcraft will be very familiar with as a point of call when visiting Stormwind to obtain quests.

WARCRAFT - Heros Calls Board - Stormwind

As you can see there’s some beautifully detailed work in these sets that have obviously had a lot of hard work, care and attention to detail put into them. After all that hard work, where better to relax then that the Woadside Inn, a place that has a very significant meaning to some. Those who know, will know 🙂

WARCRAFT - WOADSIDE INN - Stormwind

Welcome back, Chief x

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