Warcraft Movie is Now Available on Netflix in Australia, South America, and Eastern Europe
Warcraft: The Beginning is once again available on Netflix in Australia, South America, Western Europe, India, and Japan - skyrocketing to the top of the streaming service's
this week. Although considered a box-office bomb which only generated modest interest in North America and Europe, it was immensely popular in China, and still broke records as the
highest-grossing film based on a video game
- the first to cross $400 million in ticket sales globally.
Unfortunately not streaming in North America or most of Western Europe - check the
full list of countries
Telling a condensed version of World of Warcraft's backstory, originally depicted in Warcraft: Orcs and Humans, the storyline was left open for potential sequels, with director Duncan Jones
outlining a trilogy
involving Thrall's origin story and leading his people to Kalimdor.
Although the movie was not successful enough to spark these sequels, fans around the world latched onto the idea of another Warcraft movie - telling the story of Prince Arthas Menethil's fall from grace and transformation into the Lich King. The idea for a Warcraft III movie gained even more traction with a
fan-made movie poster
depicting English actor and Witcher star Henry Cavil as Arthas, leading to the creation of innumerable other conceptual pieces of
character fan art
Whether Warcraft will ever visit theaters or television ever again remains to be seen, but in the meantime, the Warcraft movie is well worth the watch. It may not be the most accurate retelling of the video game's massive backstory, but it boasts truly stunning visuals and visits several familiar locations, such as Stormwind City, Goldshire, Karazhan, and the Dark Portal itself.
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