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7-22-2009 @ 2:05PM
legendary pictures, also bringing Where the Wild Things Are
7-22-2009 @ 2:09PM
"Where the Wild Things Are" is a movie my family and I have been looking forward to. The trailer totally hooked me.Please...just don't let whoever it was who did the Mtn Dew commercials anywhere NEAR it.
7-22-2009 @ 3:07PM
Yeah, all I ask is that it doesn't involve a druid staffing at a warrior like the commercial. What, was she oom or something? No commercial people please.
7-22-2009 @ 3:09PM
I expect a big budget and a sweeping epic that will most likely be based on either a) the original wc3 campaign or b) a wrath of the lich king based movie. If not either of those two we might expect something more along the lines of the various wow comic book story lines of "above average adventures being epic."But I expect to see LotR detail in character special effects and sweeping battle scenes along with hopefully good magic dualing scenes.
7-22-2009 @ 3:26PM
Hail to the Lich King, baby!
7-22-2009 @ 4:09PM
i just expect...cleavage. metal bikini's possibly too.whut?
7-22-2009 @ 4:23PM
This has no relevance to the first post, but I need my point near the top.IT IS NOT A WoW MOVIE! IT'S THE WARCRAFT MOVIE!!!!!!
7-22-2009 @ 8:56PM
heh, sweeping battle scenes in the spirit of World of Warcraft means a tank up front taking all of the hits while everyone else stands around killing the big boss. It scales down, of course to the non-epic 10 mobs all fighting the one tank and everyone else killing the mobs - mobs never realize they could win by ignoring the tank till the end..of course wow mechanics don't make for epic storytelling so I imagine they will go with a Lord of the Rings approach (books/movies) and completely ignore most of WoW the game.
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