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  • 3D Film Warcraft: The Beginning Will Sweep Into Theaters Globally on June 10, 2016
    By John Ryan2016-05-23 00:00:00

    The Warcraft Film is treasured in many gaming communities, which attracts players’ wide attention, especially Wowers’. Warcraft: The Beginning from famous Blizzard Entertainment is upcoming, so will you step into the theater to witness that thrilling moment?


    When refer to the Warcraft film, you may firstly relate it to MMORPG World of Warcraft. As Wowers all know, it will cost not less than several hours when talking about how the story in world of Warcraft begins because there are many different versions. However, the story in WoW takes place several decades after that in Warcraft Film, that is to say, the film will show us a fairly different epic world!


    Warcraft: The Beginning is an American Epic Fantasy Film that published by Blizzard, directed by Duncan Jones, released by Universal Pictures. There are film stars: Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Donimic Cooper, Toby Kebbell and so on. I think you shouldn’t miss the opportunity for this film premiere on that Friday in June. The film portrays the initial encounters between Orcs and Humans and takes place in a variety of locations established in the video game series. The events shown in the film is most close to the 1994 RTS game, Warcraft: Orcs & Humans. If you are interested in How Is It from Warcraft to World of Warcraft, you can see this article.


    Plot (refer to wikipedia)


    How the events take place on the world of Azeroth……


    Azeroth stands on the brink of war as its civilization, led by the humans, faces a fearsome race of invaders: Orc warriors fleeing their dying world of Draenor to find their place in another. As a gateway known as the Dark Portal opens to connect the two worlds, the humans face destruction while the orcs face extinction. Anduin Lothar(Travis Fimmel), the leader of humans, and Durotan (Toby Kebbell), leader of the orcs, are then sent on a collision course that will decide the fate of their families, their people and their home.


    The film will be sure to wake up your memories if you have played the Warcraft series video game. At the same time, Blizz has also announced that players will receive in-game gift in celebration of the film’s release. From May 25- August 1, players who log in to WoW will receive a set of movie-inspired transmogrification items, which as follows:


    Blizz has put off the Warcraft film to 2016 because in 2015, there was another MMO film Star Wars: The Force Awakens. What Wowers are waiting for is coming! More than 96% of players show that they WANT TO SEE Warcraft Film (data collected from Rottentomatoes).


    Runtime of the film is 1 hour 40 mins. "Here was a unique opportunity to take a game that I knew well and loved and try to craft something that would invite an audience to see what all the fuss was about," Jones told The Guardian. "I wanted to give people a sense of why so many people play and care about the game."


    Jones, speaking with Chinese website Mtime, explains: "A Warcraft film should not be about a good race of humans battling an evil race of orcs. Warcraft should be about heroes on both sides trying to avoid a conflict, when villains leave them no choice." In other words, things aren't black and white in this world.


    Stay tuned in the theaters on June 10, 2016! As a trustworthy gaming website, MmoGah will continue sharing latest world of Warcraft news. At the same time, for any need of safe WoW Gold and Handwork WoW Power Leveling, please contact us at any time when you are free.