D&D Movie/TV Check Out The D&D Movie's Cast -- In Costume!

At San Diego Comic Con, next year's D&D movie, Honor Among Thieves, is getting a preview. Additionally, there's a 'tavern experience' where visitors can interact with D&D monsters and drink 'dragon brew', and at which is also displayed images of the cast of the movie in costume! everything below comes from that tavern experience, but there is an official panel/event later today (Thursday).


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Photo: ComicBook.com​

Various media outlets are there and are posting previews and photos:

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Russ Morrissey

Russ Morrissey








Baumi

Adventurer
The Dragon looks horrible, I hope thats just for the Tavern and not from the Film.

The others look fine, very modern with the rocking Bard, Action Poses and Thiefling. I had hoped for something more classic like LOTR (with a bit more magic), but Vox Machina was also very modern looking and awesome .. so I will wait and hope for the best.
 









DarkCrisis

Legend
Looks cheesy, which I guess is all a D&D movie can aspire to be.

Really don’t like how they made the tiefling look like a typical attractive girl but she has cute little horns! Teehee! 🙄 Couldn’t even bother to give her red/blue/purple/whatever skin.

Can’t wait to see the cute little goblin girls and the statuesque orc babes who have cute little tusks. Probably look a lot like elves, just green.

I’ll give props to WotC though, they are putting forth a lot of effort. I hope it pays off and I’m proven wrong.
 


Looks cheesy, which I guess is all a D&D movie can aspire to be.

Really don’t like how they made the tiefling look like a typical attractive girl but she has cute little horns! Teehee! 🙄 Couldn’t even bother to give her red/blue/purple/whatever skin.

Can’t wait to see the cute little goblin girls and the statuesque orc babes who have cute little tusks. Probably look a lot like elves, just green.

I’ll give props to WotC though, they are putting forth a lot of effort. I hope it pays off and I’m proven wrong.
that is what orcs and goblin women look like these days, arts seem to like it that way.
 

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