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D&D Movie/TV The D&D Movie Has Begun Filming!

Director Jonathan Goldstein tweeted "The campaign begins" with the following image!


Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley will be directing the film which features "an ensemble cast and take a subversive approach to the game."

The film stars Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Justice Smith, Hugh Grant, and Rege-Jean Page.

 

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The director's comment pretty much confirms Page is playing a hero rather than a villain in any case. I dare say someone with take Page's comment about fighting imaginary dragons all day as confirmation of Dragonlance, because someone is always over-literal, especially if it supports what they want to believe.
 





ART!

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So, looks like exteriors of Alnwick were used in...at least the first Harry Potter film? And some of the interiors were used a lot in Downton Abbey. Generally, the outside looks like a very rugged and sturdy castle, but the inside is very fancy. You have to scroll down quite a way in the Google image search results to get to one picture of the interior, so I guess the place gets used a lot for exterior filming and events.
 

I'm seeing rumours that they are currently filming at Alnwick* Castle. Home

Which would suggest they are really leaning into the medieval castle walls look.



*FYI pronounced "Annick".

That's the third castle they are known to have filmed/will film at. There's a tiny one outside of Bristol, that big religious center announced a few weeks ago, and now Alnwick.
 

So, looks like exteriors of Alnwick were used in...at least the first Harry Potter film? And some of the interiors were used a lot in Downton Abbey. Generally, the outside looks like a very rugged and sturdy castle, but the inside is very fancy. You have to scroll down quite a way in the Google image search results to get to one picture of the interior, so I guess the place gets used a lot for exterior filming and events.
Specifically, the broomstick lesson sequence. I doubt they are using the interior - too modern.

Another place I have visited. I think the film crew are following me around!
 





hopeless

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Apparently the Forgotten Realms Wiki confirms this!


Just in case that wiki also claims the Book of Vile Darkness movie is a sequel to the Jeremy Irons d&d movie and the Wrath of the Dragon God movie, which it definitely isn't!

So not entirely right, but still...
 




The Yawning Portal will be an important set-piece.

That moves it from Neverwinter to Waterdeep.

Though that article was written back in 2016... And Roy Lee is no longer attatched.

DISREGARD. Though I'll leave my mistake for all to see.
 


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