Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, one last trailer before release (video).
When you hear the words “Dungeons & Dragons,” you might imagine a group of friends huddled around a table, rolling dice and battling dragons. But the new film, Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves, takes the beloved tabletop game to a whole new level.
Directed by Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley, the film follows a team of lovable rogues as they attempt to pull off the ultimate heist. Chris Pine leads the cast as Edgin Darvis, a former member of the Harpers who turns to thievery after his wife is killed by a Red Wizard. Along with his band of misfits, including Michelle Rodriguez as the fierce barbarian Holga Kilgore and Regé-Jean Page as the charming rogue Forge Fitzwilliam, Edgin plans to break into Forge’s vault and steal a resurrection tablet to bring his wife back to life.
The film is equal parts action-packed adventure and hilarious comedy, with plenty of heart thrown in for good measure. Sophia Lillis shines as Kira, Edgin’s daughter who is caught in the middle of the heist, and Hugh Grant steals scenes as the eccentric art collector who hires the team for the job.
But what sets Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves apart is its ability to capture the spirit of the game. Fans of the tabletop version will recognize the elements of strategy and teamwork that are essential to the heist, but even non-gamers will find themselves swept up in the excitement.
The film is set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting, but you don’t need to be a D&D expert to enjoy it. As the Rotten Tomatoes consensus states, “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves offers fun fantasy and adventure even if you don’t know your HP from your OP.”
With a talented cast, clever script, and stunning visuals (filmed in Iceland and Northern Ireland), Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is a must-see for fantasy fans and heist aficionados alike. So gather your party, roll the dice, and join Edgin and his crew for an epic adventure full of heart and hijinks.
Should be out in the UK on March 31st 2023 in a cinema near you.