World of Warcraft. World of Warcraft never changes. from wangyue's blog

Legendary Pictures not sure what to do with WOTLK Gold  a film from World of Warcraft Legendary Pictures CEO Thomas Tull has acknowledged the challenges of adapting the World of Warcraft franchise for the big screen.In an interview with Slashfilm, Thomas Tull identified the issue with the method of making films using content that is sourced via video game content. "A often it's been the case that in the past was that studios have stated"How many people are playing this game? That's fine, this means that they'll likely to all go out and purchase tickets. This is the worst way to create a film." He admitted to an absence of knowledge when it came to tackling the idea of adapting the series to the big screen, declaring "So it's not us that's the problem, it's because we aren't sure how to make an animated film from World of Warcraft, the video game. It's the amazing story, the war and the races, and everything else these people at Blizzard have created." The Blizzard World of Warcraft franchise has been in development for an adaptation film since it was announced at the Electronic tainment Expo (E3) in the year 2006. The film is scheduled to begin filming in the first quarter of next year. Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) as the director of the project after the controversial decision to let go from Sam Raimi (Spider-Man, Oz the Great and Powerful). Blizzard has discussed the decision to close Nostalrius which is an illegal World of Warcraft server running an old version of its popular MMORPG without any of the patches that were released during the time since the game's launch.In an announcement posted on the World of Warcraft forum, community manager J. Allen Beck said that the closure was needed in order to "protect the cheap WOTLK Gold intellectual property of Blizzard from violations" which could harm Blizzard's rights.

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