'Warcraft' and 'Pacific Rim 2' Moved Back to Summer

The adaptation of Blizzard's video game is moved to June 2016 and the sequel to 'Pacific Rim' is delayed until August 2017.

AceShowbiz - Legendary makes some adjustments for their two upcoming movies. Duncan Jones' "Warcraft" is pushed back from March 11 to June 10, 2016, while Guillermo del Toro's "Pacific Rim 2" gets postponed from April 7, 2017 to August 4 in the same year.

Based on Blizzard's popular video game, "Warcraft" stars Dominic Cooper, Ben Foster, Paula Patton, and Clancy Brown among others. The movie will feature the members of The Alliance and The Horde, and it will be told from the Alliance perspective.

Meanwhile, the "Pacific Rim" sequel will take place a few years after the first one. Scripted by del Toro and Zak Penn, it will center on the aftermath of the Kaiju war and fate of the Jaeger. Charlie Day and Burn Gormn are expected to return as Dr. Newton Geiszler and Dr. Hermann Gottlieb, respectively.

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