Director’s Confirmation On Chris Pine’s Dungeons & Dragons (D&D)
Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) is a tabletop role-playing fantasy game in which you and your friend sit around the table and pretend to be heroes going on an epic adventure together. This is a role-playing game. It takes place entirely in our collective imagination.
Every game is run by the DM – Dungeon Master. The DM is the main storyteller in D&D. So the DM’s job is to create an adventure that’s exciting, fun, and challenging, and the heroes’ job is to work together to survive those challenges and explore the world the DM has created.
This looks complicated but, at its core, all of D&D is just three steps: describe, decide, and roll. The DM describes what’s happening. The heroes decide what they want to do. And then the player rolls 20-side dice. The higher you roll, the better. Then, the cycle starts over. Describe, decide and roll.
That’s D&D in a nutshell and it’s that second step, “decide,” that makes the game so special. In most games, how you play is limited by the options the game designers give you. Run this direction, Fight this thing and win like that. In D&D, what you do is totally up to you. People feel free while playing this game because they don’t have to worry about what other people will think about them.
Dungeons & Dragons (tabletop fantasy game) finally is going to be a movie now
Dungeons & Dragons is back in the form of a movie and it’s not the first time. All different moviemakers try to do that time-to-time. Warner Bros announced the film in 2013. After that Dungeons & Dragons was moved to Paramount where the studio tried to devolve a successful script that could justify the game while announced in December 2020.
It was already decided that Chris Pine is going to be in the lead role and serval other name was being attached to that project and now the Director of the movie Jonathan Goldstein confirms that production had begun by posting on his Twitter handle: The campaign begins. #DnD.
The logo on the clipboard proves that in the movie maybe we are going to watch some game character or story sturdily within the fantasy realm.
— Jonathan Goldstein (@JM_Goldstein) May 1, 2021