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On Saturday, a teaser was revealed for a Warcraft film. The brief footage will likely not appear in the final film. However, it was a bold statement by Legendary to make at Comic Con.
The teaser started with a watchtower that looked all too familiar.
Next we saw a medieval era soldier unsheathe his sword while focusing his attention on something else.
He looks over at the corpse of a fallen soldier and picks up a shield. As he picked up the shield, I heard people in the audience say, “No way”. The shield was recognizable for people who have played the game.
Next the camera was put behind a green orc and we hear him breathing heavily. We see the iconic orc axe and then the camera follows the orc as he charges the footman. The orc was CGI but he looked pretty good. »
- Alex Corey
Director: Ben Crowe
Running time: 102 minutes
Synopsis: A group of people including a young girl returning home from boarding school, her parents, an ex-soldier, and a Polish immigrant, find their lives slowly intertwine over the course of one summer.
Ben Crowe offers us a sombre coming of age tale in his debut feature length film, Verity’S Summer. From the opening moments the tone is very clear, even if the intent of the film itself is not. A young girl named Verity (Barbe-Wilson) returns home from boarding school ready for the summer holidays, only to find that nobody is there to pick her up. At the same time, an ex-soldier (McGlade) also arrives in the same town. There’s no hint at how or if these two paths will cross, »
- Luke Ryan Baldock
2 items from 2013
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