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An epic big-screen invasion "Warcraft" has been postponed from March 2016 to June 2016 Now fans of the widely popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game by Blizzard have to wait for the summer to see the cinematic version of Azeroth.
"World of Warcraft" is helmed by Duncan Jones, whose most important work includes a science fiction movie "Moon" and "Source Code." Now an experienced director, producer and screenwriter is a dip into the endless cycle of war between the orcs and humans.
Filming and production of the "World of Warcraft" has long been completed. Promotional posters have been released to give and tease fans to sneak a peek characters in the movie. It is also a good load of information about the cast.
The people of Stormwind lead "Vikings" actor Travis Fimmel, who takes on the role of Sir Anduin Lothar, the ever-steadfast and charismatic knight that has always paved the way to keep mischief kingdom.
Beside Fimmel is Dominic Cooper, who stars in Stormwind leader, King Llane Wrynn. Ben Foster is the Alliance's guardian Medivh, with the power to be reckoned with. Ben Schnetzer stars as Khadgar, and Ruth Negga Lady Taria.
On the Horde side, Toby Kebbel whom fans recently saw "Dawn of the Planet of the Apes" to show his acting chops as a valuable Manager is Frostwolf clan, Durotan, who spends his life fighting for his family and the people against the Vendetta to use the Shadow Council.
Durotan of huge powerful right hand Origim, who also happens to be the hands and ORC legend gun Doom Hammer, played by Rob Kazinsky. Clancy Brown will play Blackhand, Warchief feared by many. Daniel Wu is Gul'dan, orc supreme ruler who wields black magic beyond his control.
Finally, Paula Patton plays the iron stubborn family Garona whose loyalty to either faction has not been established.
"World of Warcraft" is not the only film Universal delayed. Apparently, in addition to some of the films that were delayed schedule as well as the "Pacific Rim 2", which is now set to be displayed in August 2017.