Yes, we are all waiting for Friday. New details about the much-awaited “Warcraft” movie are already on its way to the fans. Movie stills and a new poster have already been released this week with a promise of releasing the much awaited trailer this Friday.

Blizzard’s BizzCon Kicks Off this Friday and Legendary pictures is waiting for the perfect moment to release the extended trailer of Duncan Jones’ “Warcraft Movie”. To keep the fans interested, Legendary released a 15-sec teaser trailer and it looks absolutely amazing. The teaser left us asking for more. The extended trailer of the movie is all set to be released this Friday on Nov. 6.

According to The Verge, the teaser shows off a gleaming human city, rampaging CGI orcs, and some audacious camera work on Jones’ part. Actor Travis Fimmel revealed that there are “groundbreaking special effects” in the movie. And it is evident.

The CrossMap notes that the movie 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.

The movie stills and poster looks absolutely promising, and the makers are dedicating enough time to tap the interests of the fans. Here are some of the movie stills released this week.

From what we can gather from the sources, one thing is certain and that there will definitely be new “never seen” characters in the movie. Jones also indicates that the movie will focus more on the introduction of storyline and new characters unlike Peter Jackson’s “Lord of the Rings” which focused more on the conflict between humans and orcs.

Directer Jones is already a big fan of the “Lord of the Rings” franchise and has previously applauded Peter Jackson for the excellent adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkein’s trilogy. He says, “There is certainly plenty more to tell! I would love to be part of that process of expanding on the lore that makes up Warcraft, but it will all depend on what you, the audience, think of our first film!”

The official release of the movie has been fixed on June 3, 2016 in the UK and on June 10, 2016 in the US.