Dungeons & Dragons Movie Starring Chris Pine Gets Title Treatment

Dungeons & Dragons is a popular tabletop roleplaying game that spawned popular live plays like Critical Role and the Amazon animated series The Legend of Vox Machina. There was also the 2000 film from New Line Cinema starring Marlon Wayans and Jeremy Irons, which was poorly received by fans and critics. Paramount Pictures is taking a crack at it with a new film starring Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, and Regé-Jean Page. Today, the studio has released the title treatment and the full title: Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.

The title treatment uses the familiar font for Dungeons & Dragons, and the motion graphics title features the dragon with eyes that light up with epic music in the background.

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Joining Chris Pine (Star Trek), Michelle Rodriguez (The Fast and Furious series) and Regé-Jean Page (Bridgerton) are Justice Smith (Detective Pikachu), Sophia Lillis (It) and Hugh Grant (Notting Hill).

Jonathan Goldstein & John Francis Daley, known for writing Spider-Man: Homecoming, are attached as the directors and writers for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves. Additionally, Michael Gilio joins as the screenwriter, with a story by Chris McKay & Gilio. It’s produced by Jeremy Latcham p.g.a., Brian Goldner and Nick Meyer and executive produced by Denis L. Stewart, Jonathan Goldstein, John Francis Daley, Chris Pine, Zev Foreman, and Greg Mooradian.

The film will be released in theaters on March 3, 2023.

Neverwinter: Dragonslayer

There was plenty of Dungeons & Dragons news today with Wizards of the Coast’s D&D Direct. One of them is the Neverwinter: Dragonslayer module for the Neverwinter game, which will be available for the PC and Consoles in June. The announcement came from D&D Direct, Gearbox Publishing and Cryptic Studios.

The PC version will be available on Arc Games, Epic Games Store and Steam, with the console versions available on PlayStation and Xbox consoles.

Neverwinter is a free-to-play MMORPG, and with the new module, Dragonslayers, expect a new Dragon Hunt system, new battles, lairs, challenges, rewards, and more.

“As a fan of Dungeons & Dragons for over 25 years, it’s an absolute honor to announce our upcoming module, Neverwinter: Dragonslayer, during the first-ever D&D Direct,” said Brett Norton, executive producer for Neverwinter. “The module was built for fans of D&D’s dragons, including those who loved all the new dragon adventure possibilities that Fizban’s introduced. We’re excited for all D&D players, both new and old, to tackle the challenges of becoming a dragonslayer in our upcoming update!”

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