World of Warcraft
'Seventh Son' gets yet another new release date, 'Warcraft' moves away from 'Star Wars' and 'The Mummy' reboot gets set for 2016.
Colin Farrell discusses the script for director Duncan Jones' 'Warcraft' movie, but can he confirm or deny the role he's been offered?
The 'World of Warcraft' movie has cast Travis Fimmel (Vikings) in one of its four lead roles. Could other announcements be coming shortly?
Duncan Jones' 'Warcraft' is scheduled to reach theaters in December 2015. Will an end-of-year release benefit the video game movie, like it did the Lord of the Rings trilogy?
Legendary Pictures and director Duncan Jones begin the casting process for the 'Warcraft' movie by reportedly making offers to Colin Farrell and Paula Patton.
Footage of Duncan Jones' 'Warcraft' premiered at Comic-Con 2013, but the minds behind other game adaptations aren't convinced the 'World of Warcraft' story is as ripe for the big screen as Hollywood might think.
Warner Bros. and Legendary surprised the 2013 Comic-Con attendees with the first-ever look at 'Warcraft'. Read to see what was shown.
Legendary plans to feature the upcoming 'Godzilla' reboot and 'The Seventh Son' adaptation at the studio's 2013 Comic-Con panel.
Legendary Pictures has held a press conference to give fresh details on their projects, including their 'Warcraft' and 'Seventh Son' adaptations.
Sam Raimi reflects on leaving the 'World of Warcraft,' the cancellation of 'Spider-Man 4,' as well as casting Anne Hathaway as Black Cat.
We review 'Warm Bodies,' discuss Paul Giamatti playing Rhino in 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2,' and Duncan Jones directing the 'Warcraft' film. Plus offer our thoughts on 'The Following' TV series.
Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) has signed with Legendary Pictures to direct the long-awaited 'Warcraft' Movie based on Blizzard's massive video game franchise.
Interviews with directors Sam Raimi and Guillermo del Toro reveal their status (or lack thereof) with projects like World of Warcraft, The Hobbit, Hellboy 3 and more.
Hollywood has a hard time making great video game movies & we know why: They're picking the wrong games. Here are our suggestions for some ridiculous game to movie prospects.