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/ 2 years 21 weeks ago

World Of Warcraft Movie Gets A Director With Duncan Jones

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2015 is looking to be quite the year for movie goers as The Avengers 2, Star Wars Episode VII (hopefully) and the Justice League movie (hopefully) are looking to be released.

Now we can add another huge property to the list with the World of Warcraft movie as it's been announced that Duncan Jones (Source Code) is attached to direct from Legendary Entertainment with Thomas Tull and Jon Jashni attached as producers.

The World of Warcraft movie will be an adaptation of the insanely popular Blizzard Entertainment video game, with Blizzard and Atlas Entertainment’s Charles Roven (The Dark Knight Rises, Man of Steel) and Alex Gartner on as producers as well.

Charles Leavitt is on the script with no plot details known at this time; filming could begin as soon as this Fall.

World of Warcraft is the biggest MMO (Massive Mult-Player Online) video game with over 10 million subscribers and features a blend of fantasy, horror and science-fiction.

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