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10-08-2009 @ 1:38PM
Huh. Well I am an "Industry Professional" and I can tell you they are pretty accurate in terms of compiling data for completed films. Any piece of information provided to IMDB by it's users is screened and checked against the production credits. Smaller films and independent work may not be as closely monitored. Unlike Wikipedia this information is actually checked out by their staff.No online source on this earth will be able to provide information that doesn't exist, as is the case with the new Warcraft movie. Anything this early in production is going to have filler information, actors who may or may not have been considered for roles, random writing credits and the like. People need to relax. Early film production is an organic beast that's subject to endless change. Speculating on anything at this point is foolish at best.
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