Paramount Pictures and eOne have recently announced that the film has been named “Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves.” The official title is said to have been released with a video set to the epic music and is posted on the film’s social media accounts. With a release date set for the 3rd of March, 2023, the title seems to have marked the official start of the publicity campaign for the film.
Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley reportedly direct the movie. The film stars include Chris Pine, Michelle Rodriguez, Regé-Jean Page, Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis, Chloe Coleman, Daisy Head, and Hugh Grant.
Speaking to Variety in June last year, Page had hinted that the film would be a “huge sigh of relief for ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ fans everywhere,” although he was quite careful not to spill any spoilers, as very little is yet known about the movie.” He said, “It’s a brilliant job. I’m paying my mortgage by fighting imaginary dragons.”
Pine has described the movie as a mixture of “Game of Thrones,” “The Princess Bride,” “Monty Python and the “Holy Grail,” and also a little bit of “The Goonies.”
Based on Hasbro’s “Dungeons & Dragons,” the film contains the screenplay written by Goldstein, Daley, and Michael Gilio. The project is under production by Jeremy Latcham, Brian Goldner, and Nick Meyer, with the executive producers Denis L. Stewart, Goldstein, Daley, Pine, Zev Foreman, and Greg Mooradian.