If you’re in the USA and fancy a rather spiffing trip for you and a friend to Los Angeles to see WARCRAFT on a massive IMAX screen AND the chance to ask Duncan your burning questions about WARCRAFT and receive a personal video message from him then (why wouldn’t ya?) head over to the IMAX site now and get your entry in before the 13th of May.
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).
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!
WARCRAFT: 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.
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”.
Hi all. Just wanted to thank you for the incredibly kind words & thoughts. I’ll be easing my way back into Twitter- pic.twitter.com/n0ytOiESWb
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.
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 🙂
If it wasn’t for the great man existing in the first place, I wouldn’t be sat here typing this now. I really don’t want to be sitting here typing this now because the very act of doing it makes it more real. The saddest of sad days.
Thoughts with Duncan, Lexi, Iman and all who’s lives have been touched in some way by David Bowie x
David Bowie died peacefully today surrounded by his family after a courageous 18 month battle with cancer. While many of you will share in this loss, we ask that you respect the family’s privacy during their time of grief.
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!!!