Good news for fantasy lovers. Director Jonathan Goldstein officially announced thestart of filming for Dungeons & Dragons, live-action transposition of the famous role-playing game by Hasbro and Wizard of the Coast which was recently released postponed to March 3, 2023.
"The campaign begins" Goldstein tweeted, where he shared a photo of the take. The filmmaker, who is directing the project alongside John Francis Daley, is best known for directing How I Ruin Your Vacation and Game Night - Guess Who's Dying Tonight? and for writing the script for Spider-Man: Homecoming and the two How To Kill Your Boss movies.
Unfortunately, plot details are still unknown, but fans can expect a great, high-budget fantasy show, as confirmed by the presence of actors of the caliber of Chris Pine, Hugh Grant (who apparently will play the villain), Michelle Rodriguez, Sophia Lillis, Justice Smith and Bridgerton star Regé-Jean Page.
What are your expectations for the project? As always, let us know yours in the comments section. In the meantime, we remind you that Dungeons & Dragons will also be the inspiration for a TV series entrusted to the writer of John Wick Dereck Kolstad.