Fans Impressed Over ‘Warcraft’ Low Resolution Leaked Video; Movie Director Duncan Jones Responds
Another footage made fans ga-ga over the 2016 upcoming “Warcraft” film and Duncan Jones, director of the movie responds to the leaked trailer of the film, and here’s what he said. Read on for more details.
Jones of the upcoming movie from Blizzard Entertainment and Legendary Pictures responded to the new leaked trailer footage of “Warcraft,” and his comment is what fans are expecting from him.
The footage shows a grainy and shaky form of the movie teaser, but some fans thought that though it’s not an official release and it has a poor quality, the trailer was quite impressive and promising. However, just like what Jones said jokingly in his recent post: “You don’t like it at low res and covered in user ids?!”
According to his Twitter post, Jones also expressed his desire to show the public the “real thing.” However, the trailer is due to be officially released this coming November (so meaning, he can’t do anything about it and just wait for it just like what other people are doing).
Moreover, the popular MMORPG’s official teaser was first shown in the San Diego Comic-Con this year had positive feedbacks and fans who took a video of it and uploaded it to the internet was taken down by Universal Pictures, according to iDigitalTimes.
On the other hand, Gamespot reported that the movie combines live-action and special effects done by the production team of Star Wars studio Industrial Light & Magic. It was also described by Jones as an “Avatar” and “Lord of the Rings” movie-like adaptation.
Adding on, “Warcraft” will hit the theaters in June 2016. (Watch it here)
Furthermore, it will not be the only online video game that is set to have its adaptation, as there are 18 more movies in production, and it includes the upcoming movie of “Assassin’s Creed” which stars Michael Fassbender.
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