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Warcraft Movie: Gul'dan, Durotan and Blackhand & Release Schedule

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We finally get to see Gul'dan, thanks to an image uploaded on Reddit. Moreover, Clancy Brown, who will be playing Blackhand in the movie, introduced his character in an IGN video. Lastly, Warcraft will be released sooner in the UK.


Redditor Reidor had uploaded two images of Gul'dan and Durotan props. This is a rare occasion, since Gul'dan hasn't appeared in the trailers at all, so it's nice to see how he looks like.






Meanwhile, IGN has made a short video with actor Clancy Brown introducing Blackhand, Warchief of the Horde, the character he will be portraying in Warcraft. IGN has already a similar video with Rob Kazinsky presenting his character, Orgrim Doomhammer



Lastly, it was announced in Warcraft's Facebook that the movie will be released in the UK on May 30, ahead of its release in the US. There is a release schedule on IMDB, but it seems out-of-date or inaccurate: according to it, a lot of countries are getting Warcraft in the end of May, way ahead of the original June 10 release date.


We will keep you informed about the latest Warcraft news!



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Heh, I've been known to miss out on stuff that's right in front of my eyes! :p In my defense, it's such a split-second frame, I wouldn't have noticed if I wasn't searching for it. it's better to see a more still picture of Gul'dan, don't you agree?


PS: Nobbel has a nice accent.

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Blackhand is pretty terrifying looking


I think he looks much more terrifying ingame in Warlords of Draenor, with all that firey/burnt thing going on. Imo he was the best villain of WoD.

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