Warcraft Movie "Secrets" to Be Discussed at PAX East Event

The fantasy movie comes to theaters in June.


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Warcraft fans looking for the latest news about the upcoming movie will want to pay attention to PAX East next week. It's been announced that writer/director Duncan Jones and actor Robert Kazinsky (Ogrim) will appear on a panel at the event to discuss "secrets" behind the upcoming movie.

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The panel, which is titled "Warcraft: A Look Inside the Upcoming Cinematic Adventure," will take place on Saturday, April 23, starting at 4 PM EST. The show, held in the Main Theater, is expected to run for an hour.

According to the presentation's official description, Jones and Kazinsky will "reveal just how they transformed the Blizzard universe of heroes and villains who have captivated millions into Legendary's epic cinematic adventure."

Kazinsky is a dedicated WoW player. In January this year, he told a story about how the game saved his life. The movie's other main cast members include Dominic Cooper, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Toby Kebbel, and Clancy Brown.

PAX East is entirely sold out, but Main Theater presentations are typically broadcast live on Twitch, so you may be able to watch from the comfort of your home. GameSpot also plans to attend the event to bring you all the news.

Originally set to premiere in 2015 but delayed due to Star Wars, Warcraft comes to theaters on June 10. It seems like Jones is champing at the bit for the movie to come out.

In other news about Warcraft, posters for all of the main characters have been released.

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