A new, utterly thrilling trailer for the highly anticipated Warcraft movie teases us with bloody battles and introduces us to new faces that fans of the franchise will definitely recognise.
The phrase ‘silent but deadly’ is personified in this latest trailer from Legendary Pictures. Not a word is spoken throughout the entirety of this latest trailer but it certainly doesn’t lack impact.
With the launch date rapidly approaching Legendary Pictures are giving us all another little treat with this epic new TV spot for Duncan Jones' blockbuster Warcraft: The Beginning.
Refreshingly, Hollywood will stick close to the original series - the story portrayed in the original Warcraft series — specifically, 1994’s Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. Duncan Jones says he’ll “spend equal time” on both factions, adding a heavy dose of “choose your side” to conflict the audience.
The name that is given to the movie, Warcraft: The Beginning, to me is indicative of ambition. This could be the first in a line of awesome, video game to movie adaptations. There is certainly a lot of passion being ploughed into this title.
The movie promises to bring this iconic gaming series to life on a world-shattering scale this summer. My original concerns that revolved around the visuals have finally been appeased with this latest trailer - it looks fantastic. The development of the story that will inevitably see the Orks and the Humans team up to defeat a greater foe has also grown on me over the course of the year so far.
With just over two months to go, we can expect to see one last trailer to come out of Legendary Pictures. I would hazard a guess that due to the lack of dialogue seen so far - the final trailer will lend itself more to dialog.
Below is the latest TV spot to be released by the studio. TV spot 4 puts the emphasis back on the need to unite. What could be so formidable to warrant the need for these two mighty races to unite?
Big days ahead for this iconic franchise - Warcraft: The Beginning will open in UK cinemas first on June 3, 2016 and then in the US on June 10, 2016.