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The Making of 'Dungeons and Dragons' (2001)

This video gives fantasy film and game fans a behind-the- scenes look at the making of the hit movie based on the classic Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game. Includes interviews with ... See full summary »

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Jeffrey Schwarz
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Credited cast:
Lee Arenberg ... Himself
Charles Darby Charles Darby ... Himself
Aladino V. Debert Aladino V. Debert ... Himself
Jeremy Irons ... Himself
Marc Kolbe ... Himself
Zoe McLellan ... Herself
Craig A. Mumma Craig A. Mumma ... Himself
Rocco Passionino Rocco Passionino ... Himself
Bryce Perrin Bryce Perrin ... Himself
Courtney Solomon ... Himself
Tully Summers Tully Summers ... Himself
Marlon Wayans ... Himself
Justin Whalin ... Himself
Kristen Wilson ... Herself
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This video gives fantasy film and game fans a behind-the- scenes look at the making of the hit movie based on the classic Dungeons and Dragons role-playing game. Includes interviews with star Jeremy Irons, as well as other members of the cast and crew, who share their experiences with bringing the game to the silver screen. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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USA

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English

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13 May 2006 | by the_eugoogolizerSee all my reviews

I am a newly found fan of this film. I was never a d&d player and remember the cartoon on Sunday mornings with an extremely vague fondness...but after I saw the acting talent in An American Haunting last week, I went out and found myself purchasing d&d. The film itself is a fun ride if you're a kid at heart.

The pains courtney has endured to transfer this concept to the screen is monumental. Jeremy irons and thora birch were exuberantly cast and his production team seems to have worked well together. My personal opinion of why this film did not meet expectations is that there were too many producers in the pot.


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