Another ‘World of Warcraft’ Film In-Development

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Today, Daniel Ritchman revealed on his Patreon that another Warcraft film was in development at Legendary. The original 2016 film that starred Vikings star Travis Fimmel was bashed on by critics. However, it did make a fair bit of money at the box office overseas.

Director Duncan Jones (Moon) has stated he wanted to expand upon the World of Warcraft in future films. Adding in more races like the Blood Elves and Dwarves. It’s unknown if the future film will be a direct sequel of the 2016 film or a complete reboot. It’s also unknown if director Duncan Jones or any of the cast will return to for this new project.

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