The Dungeons & Dragons Honour Among Thieves Trailer Reveals An Exciting New Campaign

Roll the dice and come forward, D&D heads a new cinematic campaign that is about to unfurl in Dungeons & Dragons Honor Among Thieves, and as the previous trailer hinted, it’s looking like it’s a lot of tomfooleries.

The new trailer continues that vibe, promising an action parody packed with creatures straight out of the pretending game, with an appropriate game cast, and a visual flair for sure. Keep in mind, if the prospect of a D&D movie has you wanting to cast hellfire on all involved, this one comes from writer-directors Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, aka the pair behind Game Night, so there’s some serious pedigree here. Watch the thrilling new trailer.

The Dungeons & Dragons Honour Among Thieves Trailer Reveals An Exciting New Campaign

Looks like a psychic scream, right? (In a decent way.) Honor Among Thieves assembles a tomfoolery party of players, with Chris Pine playing Edgin the Bard, Michelle Rodriguez kicking ass as Holga the Barbarian, and other participants including Regé- Jean Page, Justice Smith (here revealed to wear a British accent, for some reason), Sophia Lillis, and Hugh Actual Grant – the latter of whom is by all accounts continuing his run of having as much fun as possible before the camera.

Good for him! And the trailer itself gives a little bit of plot (our legends were accidentally complicit in handing a seriously scary MacGuffin to some unacceptable individual, and presently have to put it right), more Owlbear action, stone dragons, spells galore, and a trip into the, erm, orifice. Who’s going first?

Fingers crossed this one demonstrates effectiveness in bringing sorcery to the cinema screen – after all the D&D homages of Stranger Things and Onward as of late, it seems like the right time to summon the real deal. Who’s got the d20? Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves comes to UK cinemas on 31 March.

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