Industrial Light Magic (ILM) is the famous Academy Award winning visual effects studio behind the franchises Star Wars and Indiana Jones is currently working on WOTLK Gold the planned World of Warcraft film, Blizzard Entertainment announced today at BlizzCon in an exclusive panel dedicated to the film.
In particular, ILM is creating the Orcs for the World of Warcraft film, that will be played by actors of real life. Colin Farrell has reportedly been given the lead role in the film, however, the casting wasn't discussed at the panel.
The World of Warcraft movie will comprise a blend of live action and CGI. The director of visual effects on the project, Bill Westenhofer, described the Orcs as "gritty and real," going on to claim that the film will appear to be "Avatar is a cross between Game of Thrones and Avatar." Game of Thrones."
Westenhofer has been awarded Oscars in the films Life of Pi and The Golden Compass. He is also an experienced and avid World of Warcraft player, beginning to play the game during its initial beta version in 2004. He currently has a level 90 character.
Two main characters in The World of Warcraft film--an Orcs. vs. Humans origin story were also confirmed at an event: Durotan and Lothar, who will battle it out. Both characters desire to do what is right for their families Director Duncan Jones said, though there was no additional information available.
The World of Warcraft movie will release on December 18 in 2015. Jones has stated today that he hopes that the movie is released both in 2D as well as 3D and that the film is likely to be rated at PG-13. Blizzard Chief Operating Officer Paul Sams recently explained in detail how the movie isn't going to fall flat onto its face, like previous films based on games that came before it.
"We're extremely excited about this and believe in buy WOW WOTLK Classic Gold the team and believe that in 2015, we'll have something unique," Sams told P2Pah the other night.