Warcraft Movie Official Trailer Coming Friday, New Poster Released

"Two Worlds. One Home."

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The first official trailer for the upcoming Warcraft movie will debut this coming Friday, November 6, Blizzard Entertainment has announced. That coincides with the first day of Blizzard's annual BlizzCon event.

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Blizzard has also released a new poster for the film, depicting its Horde vs. Alliance theme. The characters Durotan (Toby Kebbel) and Lothar (Travis Fimmel) are shown, separated by a blade. The tagline for the film, at least according to this poster, is "Two Worlds. One Home."

Warcraft opens in theaters on June 10. It was directed by Moon and Source Code director Duncan Jones, who is the son of singer David Bowie. It also stars Dominic Cooper, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, and Clancy Brown. New images from the film appeared this week; check them out here.

We'll have the trailer for you as soon as it becomes available. Some grainy footage from Warcraft leaked in August, which inspired fans to ask Jones to release it right away. He said he wished he could.

BlizzCon 2015 runs November 6-7 at the Anaheim Convention Center in Anaheim, California. GameSpot will have a team on the ground to bring you news and video content throughout the duration of the show.

Physical tickets for BlizzCon 2015 are sold out, but you can still buy a $40 virtual ticket, which includes access to the event's various panels and even the closing concert from Linkin Park.

Warcraft is one of more than a dozen movies based on video games currently in development. Check out GameSpot's roundup to see some of the others.

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