Now that the lawsuit is out of the way, and they've told their lawyers to go to their respective corners. It seems like Warner Bros. and Hasbro have teamed up to give us a "Dungeons & Dragon" movie.
I guess seeing that "Warcraft" left the San Diego ComicCon crowd begging for more, Warner Bros. is putting their hat in the fantasy ring as well. No release date was announced and it seems like David Leslie Johnson ("The Conjuring 2") has already been hard at work with the screenplay.
Now that the comic world has Marvel and DC going at it at the box office. It was just a matter of time before two of the biggest fantasy franchises went head to head in a theater near you.
Since the Marlon Wayans lead "D&D" was not the franchise starter they were hoping it was, and with all the advancements in technology. Seems like we are in for a treat when "Dungeons & Dragons" hits theaters in a few years, and few more to follow.