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The characters of the animated series of Dungeons and Dragons react to their reference within the film starring Chris Pine and Hugh Grant
A pleasant surprise has been received by fans of Dungeons and Dragons with the most recent adaptation of the role-playing game to the big screen, in which a reference to the animated series is made.
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In the Summer Games that take place on the tape, in addition to Edgin’s team, another team is seen that has a very familiar look, which refers to the animated series of the 80s.
The official site of Paramount Pictures shared a video where the Guardian of the Dungeons shows the archer Hank, the illusionist Sheila, the acrobat Diana, the knight Eric, the magician Presto and the barbarian Bobby
a promising start
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves topped the box office in the United States and Canada after its theatrical release, according to estimates released Sunday by specialist firm Exhibitor Relations.
The adaptation of the popular role-playing game, starring Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Hugh Grant and Regé-Jean Page, grossed $38.5 million between Friday and Sunday. A very good performance, according to experts.
The feature film produced by Paramount and eOne, set in a medieval-fantasy universe, received critical and “remarkable” reception from the public, and has “the potential to generate sequels”, according to David A. Gross, of the Franchise Entertainment Research firm.
A charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers undertake an epic heist to recover a lost relic. But things go dangerously wrong when they run into the wrong people.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves brings the world and spirit of the legendary role-playing game to the big screen in one highly entertaining, action-packed adventure.
Dungeons and Dragons is already in movie theaters in the Mexican Republic.
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