The World of Warcraft movie has been hit by a setback. WoTLK Gold got in touch with Spider-Man director Sam Raimi at Comic-Con last week. The director stated that he's not working on the upcoming film based on Blizzard's online massively multiplayer role-playing game due to his work on Oz: The Great and Powerful. Raimi is now known as the World of Warcraft film director.
"Actually, I'm not directing World of Warcraft anymore, because when I got the Oz job , they needed to move on to another director," Raimi said. "They needed to begin making it."
No mention was made concerning an alternative to Raimi as the World of Warcraft film director. As of press time, Blizzard has not responded to P2Pah's request regarding comment.
The World of Warcraft movie was made public in 2006. In 2006. Blizzard stated that its intent was to buy WoTLK Classic Gold create "one of the most enjoyable films in the world." In 2009. Raimi officially came aboard to direct, and later that year, Saving Private Ryan scribe Robert Rodat was announced as the film's author. In the year 2010. Raimi provided more information about the film, stating that he had a 40-page report that "needs some work."