New Warcraft Movie Trailer Features Half-Orc Assassin Garona
Garona, the half-orc assassin, stabs a bunch of orcs in her character trailer.
The Warcraft movie is a little more than a month away, and production company Legendary Entertainment has posted another character video to its YouTube channel. This time, the spotlight is focused on half-orc assassin Garona, who is played by Paula Patton in the upcoming Warcraft.
The short trailer showcases clips of Garona, mostly stabbing orcs. She stabs them with spears, a knife, and a sword. In one of the scenes, she even jumps on a horse--thankfully, she doesn't stab it. Lothar asks her how she survives since she doesn't look "that different" from an orc. She replies by saying, "Broken bones heal stronger. Mine are very strong." You can check out all of the stabbing in the video below.
This is third character trailer for Warcraft. The first was centered around orc leader Durotan, while the second showed off the human warrior Anduin Lothar. With Garona starring in the third, it wouldn't be too surprising if we received a fourth that featured the evil orc Orgrim. Other characters appearing in the Warcraft movie include Horde warchief Blackhand, orc warlock Gul'Dan, and King Llane Wrynn.
Warcraft hits theatres on June 10 and stars Patton, Travis Fimmel (Lothar), Toby Kebbell (Durotan), Robert Kazinsky (Orgrim), and Dominic Cooper (King Llane). It's directed by Duncan Jones, who is the son of late musician David Bowie and has helmed movies such as Moon and Source Code.
Jones recently discussed a "fundamental" problem with Spider-Man director Sam Raimi's version of a Warcraft movie and how his will deviate from the game's lore--but he says that shouldn't worry you.
In other Warcraft movie news, candy company Just Born has mixed together Mike and Ike's fruity flavor with Hot Tamales' cinnamon as part of a marketing campaign for Warcraft.
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