‘Warcraft’ Movie Trailer Released in November; CGI is ‘Unbelievable’


The “Warcraft” movie official trailer is expected to be released in November 2015.

Director Duncan Jones has announced that the official trailer will come out on high definition this November, Venture Capital Post reported.

Last month, a clip of the movie was leaked online. Although it is in low resolution and has a watermark, it was enough to make the fans of the video game get excited for the upcoming big screen adaptation.

The clip suggested an action and CGI-packed movie. The leaked footage highlighted the role of the Orcs in the movie.

According to CrossMap, the movie has finished filming a long time ago. However, the post-production is taking sometime because of the extensive CGIs and these keep the movie from being released.

Actor Travis Fimmel revealed that there are “groundbreaking special effects” in the movie, CrossMap reported.

The actor assured that fans will be impressed with tons of CGI used in the movie. CrossMap quoted him saying, “It was great! The motion capture stuff is gonna be pretty ground-breaking. I’ve seen some images from it, and what they can create now with computers is unbelievable.”

Fimmel played the lead protagonist, Sir Anduin Lothar, in the movie. Fimmel is also known for his role in “Vikings.”

The cast also include Dominic Cooper (Dracula Untold), Ben Foster (Kill your Darlings), Ben Schnetzer (The Book Thief), Toby Kebbell (Wrath of the Titans), Rober Kazinsky (Pacific Rim), and Ruth Negga (Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.)

According to Venture Capital Post, the film’s plot revolves around the start of the faction between Alliance and Horde, and the narrative will center on the clash of the human and Orcs in the First War.

CrossMap also noted that Jones has planned to make the “Warcraft” movie like Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings,” which is a trilogy.

“Warcraft” film is expected to be roll in theaters in June 2016.

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