Check out the Warcraft Movie Trailer Recreated in Fan Art

| 16 Jan 2015 02:30
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No, there's still not a trailer for the Warcraft movie, but we've got the next best thing.

Sadly, Blizzard and Legendary Pictures have yet to release a trailer for the upcoming Warcraft movie -- though we've seen an impressive trailer at Comic-Con and BlizzCon over the past year. Like all things Blizzard, we suspect we'll see a trailer "when it's done" and with an early 2016 release date, there's no rush to the finish line. However, if you're wondering what was in the trailer, you're in luck because some talented online artists have worked to recreate it in images. Though they don't do the trailer (which certainly lookedpolished enough for a public release) complete justice, they'll give you an idea of what the trailer was like.

Check out black and white images from the German-language website Buffed.de or color images from artist Yanmo Zhang, which give you an impression of the content and style of the Warcraft movie. You can scroll through the images in the galleries below, click on the links above to find the images with commentary, or check out our impressions of the trailer.

Source: Buffed.de, Imgur

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dragongit:
Don't worry, They will probably release the trailer after the movie is released. Though no one will be actually allowed to see the movie either, but thats alright, we'll have these guys again to draw out their representation of the film for us. Now when the sequel is "released", will we actually see the first movie, if you pay 200 dollars to go to Blizzcon and give up your left leg.

Has my sarcasm come through yet that I'm annoyed that they obviously have several trailers that have been made years ago, that they still refuse to let the general public?

It's not Blizzard who have the say on whether or not we can see the trailer as they don't own the movie rights, Legendary do, and they're the ones not letting us see the trailer.

The black and white images are mostly fake/incredibly shoddy made from pre-existing imagery. The one with Jeff Bridges from the upcoming movie Seventh Son cracks me up the most (http://i.imgur.com/2m1JEq1.gif). Head on over to the reddit thread the fine gentleman above me linked for added hilarity as they are torn to pieces.

Hate to break it to ya but these are fake. Link

The colour photos might be genuine but the black & white ones are almost certainly fakes. I'm on the fence about the colour ones as well though since they show a flying Dalaran city, which didn't exist during the time period in which the Warcraft movie is supposed to take place.

Don't worry, They will probably release the trailer after the movie is released. Though no one will be actually allowed to see the movie either, but thats alright, we'll have these guys again to draw out their representation of the film for us. Now when the sequel is "released", will we actually see the first movie, if you pay 200 dollars to go to Blizzcon and give up your left leg.

Has my sarcasm come through yet that I'm annoyed that they obviously have several trailers that have been made years ago, that they still refuse to let the general public?

Check out the Warcraft Movie Trailer Recreated in Fan Art

warcraft trailer 2 05

No, there's still not a trailer for the Warcraft movie, but we've got the next best thing.

Sadly, Blizzard and Legendary Pictures have yet to release a trailer for the upcoming Warcraft movie -- though we've seen an impressive trailer at Comic-Con and BlizzCon over the past year. Like all things Blizzard, we suspect we'll see a trailer "when it's done" and with an early 2016 release date, there's no rush to the finish line. However, if you're wondering what was in the trailer, you're in luck because some talented online artists have worked to recreate it in images. Though they don't do the trailer (which certainly lookedpolished enough for a public release) complete justice, they'll give you an idea of what the trailer was like.

Check out black and white images from the German-language website Buffed.de or color images from artist Yanmo Zhang, which give you an impression of the content and style of the Warcraft movie. You can scroll through the images in the galleries below, click on the links above to find the images with commentary, or check out our impressions of the trailer.

Source: Buffed.de, Imgur

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