Dungeons & Dragons Reboot Film has Started Filming

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By Nobelle Borines | More Articles Hoarder of Fantasy Books and Stephen King Wannabe
May 02, 2021  05:22 PM


After a very long wait, the campaign has finally begun. The highly anticipated Dungeons and Dragons reboot film has started production.

The confirmation comes from director Jonathan Goldstein, who shared a photo from the set of the new movie. Check it out below.

We're loving how the clapboard features the classic Dungeons and Dragons logo. After all, this could confirm that the new adaptation will be truly faithful to the source. With that in mind, the reboot is certainly something to look forward to in the next two years.

It's a great relief to finally know that the new Dungeons and Dragons movie is in production. After all, the project has been in production hell for almost a decade, having been announced in 2013. Since then, Paramount Pictures has taken over the film and it now boasts of an impressive star-studded cast.

Chris Pine was the first star to be confirmed for the new adaptation and the Wonder Woman 1984 actor is expected to play the main lead. Since then, the movie has added former Bridgerton star Regé Jean-Page and IT actress Sophia Lillis. Hugh Grant has also been announced to play the main villain.

For now, details about the Dungeons and Dragons movie are being kept under wraps. However, there is a possibility that we will be getting some new updates from the set of the film. In addition to that, a teaser or sizzle reel could be dropped once there is enough footage. Stay tuned for more updates on this story.

Dungeons and Dragons is scheduled for release in March 2023.

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