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Having rolled the twenty-sided die to determine that Lord Of The Rings and Game Of Thrones were successful, Warner Bros. has decided the time is right for another attack on Dungeons & Dragons, with the 2000 film starring Jeremy Irons (and its two straight-to-video sequels definitely not starring Jeremy Irons) leaving the franchise with just enough hit points to withstand another attempt. Taking over for this turn is David Leslie Johnson, a Level 7 Rebooter whose feats include writing Wrath Of The Titans and Red Riding Hood, amassing the skills necessary to make generic swordfighting movies with an armor class of »

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