Dungeons & Dragons: Thief’s Honor We set out to embrace the spirit of the game and that’s exactly what it did. I sat down with some of the cast and the director and talked about the energy they brought to the film.
The game is known for gathering friends and having fun while exploring a fantasy world. Writer-directors John Francis Daly and Jonathan Goldstein got together to do something fun with Wizards of the Coast before filming began.no strangers game nights, they came up with a custom D&D campaign for the entire cast who could play together as characters.
I have memories of the first time we were in a room together, so it went very well.
Justice Smith, who plays Simon the sorceress, laughs and recalls not thinking they were playing it right because they were basically just yelling at each other for an hour. Lilith plays a druid named Doric in the movie, but she also played D&D with her friends in high school. In fact, her character had her Vi-Boy Raider with a very profane name, and his catchphrase was “It’s not sexual.”
That hilarious sarcasm aside, she’s had experience with the game, so I assure you justice that this is exactly how it’s played. Instead of helping, I recall spending a good amount of time locked in a room and fighting tiny plants.
Both Michelle Rodriguez and Chris Pine remember having fun together. Michelle describes D&D as imagination training. Chris adds that he doesn’t remember anything specific about the game itself, but rather that they laughed a lot and did a lot of crap with each other.
“It was like a bunch of friends getting together,” he explained, before tying it all into the film.
build it up as they go
pine says Dungeons & Dragons: Thief’s Honor It’s like getting your friends together to laugh, have a good time, and improvise things. “This movie captures the spirit of someone playing a game. To me, that’s really cool.”
Rege-Jean Page confesses that playing D&D together as characters has taught them how far they can push it. They then set it up, filmed it, and now share it with the world.
Each character class is set in the movie, but I asked which class they would choose if they were playing the game with friends.
Rege-Jean says he’s spent a lot of his time as a Paladin, but he might switch to Fancy once in a while and go with Bard. seems to be a popular choice. Michelle chooses druids because she loves nature and wants to be all animals.
Chris Pine goes completely off script, rolling the dice by admitting he wants to be a Top Gun pilot, and doesn’t care if it’s not allowed.
make her mark
Chloe Coleman, the movie’s youngest actress, unfortunately had to miss an interview because she’s filming a new movie in South Africa. rice field. Although she works with the entire cast, the majority of her scenes are with Michelle and Chris, and when she heard her name, they both instantly lit up.
Michelle gush about how simple people they are compared to her, but Chris says she was raised right and is such a great person. Agree.she thinks she is 65 Not only in this movie he will be co-starring with Adam Driver and will be co-starring with Dave Bautista. my spy 2 Right off the bat, she sure is.
This cast is really something special. John Francis Daly says he was very fortunate to have such a cast. You have to bring it to the table,” he explains. a humorless person (which makes him more interesting), and describes Sophia as a strange and incredible performer. .
In regards to making this a movie that players and non-players alike can enjoy, Jonathan Goldstein said that while using 50 animations, he tried to make a fantasy movie unlike anything you’ve seen before.legacy of the year Dungeons & Dragons.
“There’s a lot to work with, but what we really did was start with a character and create a character that’s like us, like a D&D player. They have flaws. Yes, and we are doing our best,” explains Daley.
Witness the result of the cast and director putting their heart and soul into this film. Dungeons & Dragons: Thief’s Honor Theatrical release on March 31st.
This article was written and distributed by Wealth of Geeks.
Tessa Smith owns MamasGeeky.com, is a Rotten Tomatoes Tomatometer-approved film and TV critic, and a huge geek. Tessa has been in the entertainment writing business for almost her decade and she is a member of several critics associations, including the Critics Choice Association and the Greater Western New York Film Critics Association. She grew up watching movies, playing video games, and reading comics, and she still loves them all. She proudly flutters the otaku flag and spreads her word that there is nothing wrong with being an otaku.