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6-27-2007 @ 9:47PM
I'm optimistic that Legendary will do a good job. Blizzard keeps an EXTREMELY tight grip on their intellectual properties, so their agreement with the studio probably includes them having as much control over the film as they desire. Remember, Blizzard doesn't put their name on anything unless it's excellent. They've cancelled TWO high-profile games because they weren't up to their standards.The things Tull says in that article are EXACTLY the things I wanted to hear someone say. They're not just in it for the money. There are Blizzard people at all the meetings. Story is the most important thing to them. Excellent.
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