Filmmaker Duncan Jones seems to have dropped a hint that there could be a sequel to Warcraft, depending on its box office performance. In a recent interview, the 44-year-old directed said that if people liked the movie, then he would love to make Warcraft 2 with some double dose of magic, Channel 24 reports.
He added that this movie will be sort of an introduction and therefore have kept it simple at this stage. But if things went well and people liked the film, then they would love to make its sequel, which will be kind of explode magic, with everyone having access to it.
Jones also revealed that he was inspired by movies like Labyrinth and Absolute Beginners, which his famous father David Bowie starred in back in 1986, to build a real city for Warcraft.
The upcoming movie, which is based on the popular video game steeped in fantasy, stars Travis Fimmel as Anduin Lothar, Ben Foster as Medivh, Dominic Cooper as King Llane Wrynn and Toby Kebbell as Orc chieftan Durotan. The movie is slated to hit the theatres on June 10.