Good 'ol Lunar Festival, such fond memories of being ganked in Moonglade. (I'm only being half satirical, btw)Neltharion's Lair's looks pretty, the area's always seem lonely and empty when you sample it without any NPC's walking around. haha (I also never get tired of the Celtic sounding music)
So..... the Warcraft movie is releasing in the UK, a full 11 days ahead of the US release....So..... Blizzard and Activision are US-based companies... founded here in the great ol' US-of-A. (no offense UK brethren).... my brow is furled right now. I'm not understanding this decision. Can someone please explain?
Yes! Amazing news! The agonising wait is now 11 days shorter. Would love for them to shorten the waiting time by a few months, but perhaps I'm asking for too much. Already waited close to 10 years for it, suppose 4 months won't be too much of an issue.
/eyebrow-raisedWarcraft Movie released 11 days earlier in UK than US? Well, there's something you don't see every day. I mean, I'm used to the opposite being true (Several Japan-produced movies being released in the US first) but not this one.First time for everything I guess.
What about the rest of Europe? Will it be same date as UK or US then?
In Hungary it's released on the 26th of May.
Oh hooray. 11 extra days of spoilers coming out before we can see it. :(
30th is a bank(public) Holiday in the UK, so likely has something to do with it. It's also quite common with major films especially those in May/June I can say for certain Age of Ultron did it and I believe Winter Soldier as well.
Anyone who bothers to pay attention will notice this is pretty typical for the UK release to happen before the US.