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  1. China's Tencent Pictures Partners With Legendary, Wanda Cinemas

    4:52 am 9/17/2015

    The Chinese giant will partner on Legendary's upcoming big-budget video game adaptation 'Warcraft.'Read more

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  2. 'Warcraft': This Is What the Big Screen Orc King Looks Like

    11:34 am 5/18/2015

    Orgim is brought to life by the same people who gave the world 'Avengers: Age of Ultron's' Hulk.Read more

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  3. Is 'World of Warcraft' A Good Thing to Put on Your Resume?

    9:00 am 8/13/2014

    Because virtual gold-farming may one day help in the real world economyRead more

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  4. State-Owned China Film Group Makes Groundbreaking Investment in 'Warcraft,' 'Seventh Son'

    3:31 pm 4/14/2014

    The deal marks the first time that China Film has taken a stake in Hollywood movies.Read more

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  5. 'Warcraft' Movie Will Have a 'Very Human Story,' Says Cooper

    11:01 am 1/14/2014

    Actor promises a poignant, worthwhile story for Duncan Jones' 2016 adaptation of the popular game franchise.Read more

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  6. Video Game Adaptation 'Warcraft' to Hit Theaters Winter 2015

    2:51 pm 10/1/2013

    The movie will be the first release under the new partnership between Universal and Legendary Pictures.Read more

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  7. 'Life of Pi' VFX Supervisor on Board for 'Warcraft' Movie

    11:14 am 4/26/2013

    UPDATED: Bill Westenhofer won his second Oscar in February for Ang Lee's film.Read more

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  8. 'Warcraft' Movie Lands 'Source Code' Director (Exclusive)

    3:19 pm 1/30/2013

    Duncan Jones is taking on Legendary Pictures' adaptation of the popular video game universe.Read more

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  9. Massive judgment in World of Warcraft copyright infringement case

    6:36 am 8/16/2010

    <p><a href="/images/old/6a00d83451d69069e20133f31a599a970b-pi.jpg" style="float: right;"><img alt="6a00d83451d69069e200e553bb64318834-800wi[1]" border="0" class="asset asset-image at-xid-6a00d83451d69069e20133f31a599a970b " src="/images/old/6a00d83451d69069e20133f31a599a970b-pi.jpg" style="margin: 0px 0px 5px 5px; width: 200px;" title="6a00d83451d69069e200e553bb64318834-800wi[1]" /></a> A federal court has thrown down the gauntlet against the operator of a private server used to play the MMORP game World of Warcraft, awarding Vivendi subsidiary Blizzard Entertainment a staggering $89 million. (Here&#39;s the <a href="/files/blizzard---order-on-damages1.pdf">court&#39;s order</a> and the <a href="/files/blizzard---final-judgment.pdf">final judgment</a>.)</p> <p>The defendant in the case, Scapegaming, earned about $3 million in profits collecting micropayments from users on the unauthorized network. A third-party WoW fansite <a href="http://www.wow.com/2009/10/29/blizzard-files-lawsuit-against-private-server/">calls private servers</a> &quot;shady&quot; and a violation of the game&#39;s terms of use, operated to allow players to run around with omnipotent powers and cheat the game environment.</p> Read more

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