Duncan Jones: "As a filmmaker, you just have to respect it and worry about it."
With nearly five million copies in the original video on YouTube, the trailer of Warcraft: The Origin is generating a good reception from the public. Did you get rid of the curse called the film adaptations of video games? On this question he has pronounced its own director, Duncan Jones , denying that there is such a sentence.
"I do not believe in a curse or who are gafadas. I think you can make a movie about anything, provided it is a good story with an exciting idea or character," he explained in a lengthy interview with the Spanish portal Screenrush where various issues of production were discussed. "I do not depend on whether it is a game or not. You can make a good movie from anything. As a filmmaker, you just have to respect and care about him enough to discover what really needs to be that story," he added .
"The other difference is that I belong to a generation that grew up with computer games. So, to me, is a kind of natural language and most organic material to make a movie," Duncan Jones continued arguing. It also gave the example of the world of comics in recent years has taken a great boom to "find a generation of filmmakers who love comics." "And I hope, desire, the same thing could happen with video games," he concluded.