Director Duncan Jones and the cast discuss coming together, "Lord of the Rings" comparisons and making the film accessible to non-gamers.
Characters from Durotan and Garona Halforcen to King Llane Wrynn and Orgrim Doomhammer get a turn in the spotlight in this new batch of "Warcraft" posters.
New footage debuts in the latest international trailer for Duncan Jones' fantasy-adventure, based on the blockbuster video game franchise.
Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper and Toby Kebbell star in the epic fantasy-adventure from director Duncan Jones.
Doctor Doom actor Toby Kebbell concedes "fans aren't wrong" about this summer's box office dud.
Legendary Pictures has unveiled the first full-length trailer for Duncan Jones' adaptation of the bestselling video game franchise.
The warriors played by Travis Fimmel and Toby Kebbell earn their own character posters from Legendary Pictures' "Warcraft."
Three new stills have been released from Duncan Jones' upcoming "Warcraft" film adaptation.
The actor, who played Eazy-E in "Straight Outta Compton," will reunite with co-star Corey Hawkins for Legendary Pictures' King Kong origin story.
The Doctor Doom actor is set to join Tom Hiddleston, Brie Larson and Corey Hawkins in Legendary Pictures' King Kong origin story.
Director Duncan Jones and the orcs and humans of "Warcraft" discussed Legendary's film adaptation of the massively popular video game in San Diego.
A whole bunch of new footage from Josh Trank's upcoming "Fantastic Four" reboot, including a new look at Dr. Doom, debuts in these new TV spots.
Kebbell discussed the origins, family tragedy and attitude of his Doctor Doom in next month's "Fantastic Four" film.
COMIC REEL: "Fantastic Four" Star Answers The Post-Credits Question; "X-Men: Apocalypse" Logo Revealed
"FF" star Jamie Bell reveals whether you should stay through the credits; new details from "Apocalypse's" SDCC footage revealed and more.
Travis Fimmel's human Durotan and Toby Kebbell's orc Lothar are revealed in new images from the video game film.
Toby Kebbell calls new Doom an "anti-social programmer"; Sony rumored to be considering a retro spy flick for Spider-Man's aunt and more.
In a new interview, actor Toby Kebbell says the Doctor Doom he plays in "Fantastic Four" is a programmer and blogger named "Victor Domashev."