Universal has recently announced a slew of release date changes for some of their upcoming movies, including Seventh Son, The Mummy, and more importantly Duncan Jones' Warcraft adaptation. Come inside to check out when you'll be able to see these flicks now!
This really shouldn't come as any surprise, though some fans of Warcraft may be a bit disappointed. Earlier this month Disney finally announced the release date for Star Wars Episode VII and it just so happened to be the exact same date taht Universal and Legendary Pictures had set for Warcraft. Many supposed it would only be a matter of time before Universal moved their film so as not to compete agains the inevitable box office juggernaut (it's Star Wars, it practically prints money). So now we'll be seeing Warcraft on the big screen on March 11, 2016.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jordan Maison)
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