The first trailer for the upcoming Dungeons and Dragons: Honour among Thieves has arrived, and it was quite good ans the fantasy role-playing game “Dungeons & Dragons” is playing big in famous culture.
And also now Chris Pine and an all-star cast is bringing all the sword and sorcery to the big screen.
A trailer for ‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor amongst Thieves’ is here. The film serves as a reboot of the movie franchise.
Taking its source material from the iconic tabletop fantasy role-playing game known as ‘Dungeons & Dragons, which inspired numerous novels, video video games, tv shows, and of course movies.
Directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, recognize for the hit comedy movie ‘game night’.
The movie features a group of thieves with every representing a specific class of person the players can choose in the games: Bard, Barbarian, Paladin, Sorcerer, and Druid.
Chris Pine leads the cast as the Bard and his team unleash a great evil, unintentionally, and they try to control it.
You will definitely fall in love with ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ because of fantasy elements like immersive worlds you may lose yourself into, magical creatures like dragons, and weird hybrids like Owlbear.
The trailer promises everything a ‘D&D’ fan might need from a movie set in this world.
There’s loads of humor, the tale feels like an ordinary round of the game, the action looks well-choreographed, and the quality of CGI also appears good.
But even if you are not a fan or haven’t even heard of the franchise in any respect, ‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor among Thieves should still entertain the hell out of you.
Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis, and Hugh Grant also star.
Grant is playing the role of Rogue, who is possibly the bad guy.
Release date of ‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honour among Thieves
Dungeons & Dragons: Honour amongst Thieves is set to premiere in theaters March 2023.
Pine stars with Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis, and Hugh, and the action-adventure movie is co-written and directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley.
And on December 2017, after various tiers of progression, the film was moved by Hasbro to Paramount images and was scheduled for a release date of July 23, 2021.
In February 2018, Paramount was in talks with both Chris McKay and Michael Gilio to direct and write the movie, respectively.
In March 2019, it was revealed that Gilio had completed the first draft and studio executives expressed excitement for the movie.
The studio started out negotiations with various talents, as the casting procedure began.
On July 30, 2019, Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley were in talks to direct, and by January 2020, the filmmaking duo introduced that they had co-written a new draft of the script.
In the end, Daley, Goldstein, and Gilio received screenplay credit, while McKay and Gilio received story credit. Filming commenced in early April 2021, with a crew of around 70 people in Iceland.
Main photography started in Belfast, Northern Ireland later that month.
On August 19, 2021, Daley introduced that filming had been completed.