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WARCRAFT Cast Spills About the New Trailer

After teasing the world earlier this week with a 15 second teaser for the WarCraft movie, Legendary decided to kick-off the BlizzCon festivities by debuting the full trailer to the world. It was the talk of the internet. So, our very own Alliance-loving Dan Casey went out into the field to get the inside scoop on the actors’ reactions to the film’s trailer, CGI, and costumes. Dan, wasted no time getting to the hard-hitting questions by asking the cast what in the world happened to Lothar’s shoes? I mean, the guy jumps off a building onto a gryphon’s back without shoes on. Bold move. Watch the insightful video above.

All of the actors who were interviewed were extremely excited about the trailer. They also mentioned how awesome it was to finally watch fan’s reactions to the events unfolding on the screen.

A common thread when speaking about this film is the impressive CGI work and costumes, and the cast completely agrees with this sentiment. The end of the video has the cast speaking on real fake spoilers for the film. In short, things get interesting very quickly.

Despite a mixed reaction to the trailer in various groups, the film is at least garnering a whole lot of attention, and that’s usually a good sign. I think many are hoping this project pans out to be excellent, because who doesn’t want to get more WoW films?

BlizzCon has been absolutely huge this year. There have already been some massive announcements coming out of the convention, and it’s not even over yet. Make sure to keep it here for all the breaking news, and awesome video content. How did you feel about the trailer? Are you more hyped now? Let us know in the comments below.

Editor’s note: Nerdist Industries is a subsidiary of Legendary Digital Networks

Image Credit: Legendary

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