Blizzard Entertainment and Legendary Pictures released the first picture of 2016's World of Warcraft movie May 18.
The picture is of an orc named Orgrim. It looks a whole lot like an orc from World of Warcraft. So, well done, people of Industrial Light and Magic who are handling the effects.
Directed by Duncan Jones (Moon), the movie feels like it's been in the works for decades. There has so far been little word what it will entail or how the accomplished Jones will manage to squeeze 11 years of continual video gameplay into a story that will please it's millions and millions of paid subscribers.
In actuality, Ogrim is played by Pacific Rim's Robert Kazinsky. Or this normal-shaped man here:
Blizzard has placed a six month ban on over 100,000 players for using automated bots in World of Warcraft. Many of those users emplyed bots like HonorBuddy, which gathers honor in PvP for you without actually engaging in combat.
A message from community management states,
Further clarification from a community manager adds that the issue is not just with movement, but any automated action: