17 Mar 2020 11:23 PM +00:00 UTC

Dresden Files: Live-Action Peace Talks Trailer Reveals New Sneak Peek

Last week, Jim-Butcher.com announced the new release date for the live-action trailer of Jim Butcher's upcoming Dresden Files novel, Peace Talks, after Emerald City Comic Con and Planet Comicon were cancelled due to the outbreak of COVID-19/Coronavirus, so an in-person premiere won't happen at all, but the online premiere date remains unchanged, so check it out next Tuesday, March 24.

Today, director Priscilla Spencer has taken it to Jim-Butcher.com to reveal a sneak peek of the live-action Peace Talks trailer, and each image features a well-known Dresden Files character. Actors featured in these photos include Kamy Bruder as Thomas Raith, Birgit Ludemann as Lara Raith, and Christopher Showerman as "Gentleman" John Marcone.

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The casting looks fantastic, and I can't wait to see the live-action trailer next week. We'll surely share it here on Epicstream.com so look forward to it.

Priscilla is also asking fans to record their reactions watching the new trailer when it comes out, so she can edit them together into a big compilation. You can submit the reaction video to [email protected]

Here's what the Butcher previously said about Peace Talks:

"A summit of the world's supernatural powers is being held to try to establish some sort of equilibrium and to get everything settled down in the wake of the vanishing of the red court. And I'm pretty sure everyone's going to sit down and have a nice cup of tea, there'll be a talk, and walk away holding hands."
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Peace Talks will hit shelves on July 14, 2020. It's now available for pre-order on Amazon. This will be the first new Dresden Files novel since 2014's Skin Game.

Jim Butcher is planning to write Book #2 of his steampunk Cinder Spires series after he completes Peace Talks. It will be called The Olympian Affair.

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