Presented to the crowd by Duncan Jones live at BlizzCon 2015 just now along with cast members Toby Kebbell (Durotan), Ben Foster (Medivh), Dominic Cooper (King Llane Wrynn), Clancy Brown (Blackhand), Daniel Wu (Gul’dan) and Paula Patton (Garona). Here it is kids, the WARCRAFT trailer!!!
That coupled with the fact that Duncan has recently returned from a location scouting trip to Berlin (MUTE is planned to be set in a future Berlin) and this mysterious and rare tweet from Duncan’s producer partner at Liberty Films Stuart Fenegan yesterday
There r many ups & downs I can't tweet about when putting a film together (proven by so few tweets) but lets just say, today is a good day!
Here’s a Sunday afternoon treat for fans of the work of MOON Concept Artist and Visual Effects Supervisor Gavin Rothery.
Following a world premiere at Frightfest 2014 and 12 months on the festival circuit Gavin has released his post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi short The Last Man for all to watch on YouTube. Written and Directed by Gavin, The Last Man follows a Deep Reserve soldier awoken from stasis to find the world ruined by war.
The Last Man stars Richard Glover (Sightseers, A Field In England, Into The Woods, The Casual Vacancy) and features a score by Charlotte Hatherley (Ash, Bat For Lashes, Sliver Tongue).
Full screen it, crank up the sound, and watch THE LAST MAN.
Then have a listen to Charlotte’s score.
For more on what Gavin is up to you can visit his site here (tons of great MOON stuff if you’ve not popped over before now), and go say hello to him over on Twitter.
And for more on Charlotte Hatherley you can visit her site here, and go say hello to her too over on Twitter.
You can also say hello to Richard Glover over on Twitter too, quite the social afternoon you’re having eh?
If you’ve like to know more about the making of The Last Man, have a read over on Tested.
If you’re in the Winchester area on Thursday 22nd October you might want to pop along to a screening of MOON at the Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium along with a post screening Q&A with MOON Art Director Hideki Arichi.
Screening starts at 19:00, Q&A with Hideki straight after at 20:40.
Hideki is a multi talented chap who also worked on MOON writer / director Duncan Jones’ short film WHISTLE as well as other films such as Edge of Tomorrow, Robin Hood and Batman Begins. Hideki has also been known to pop up in front of the camera on TV & Film (24, 47 Ronin), check out his IMDb profile for more info, or ask him about it all on the night!
As well as a his career in film Hideki is also a talented artist specialising in print making, you can view his work over on his portfolio site here.