Chris Pine praises the Wizards of the Coasts' participation in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves

Chris Pine praises the Wizards of the Coasts' participation in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thiev ...

Fans across the world are getting ready to launch a new campaign, and we couldn't be happier. Grab a sword and grab a shield, because Dungeon & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is almost here.

Fans of the franchise have all wondered if this would be the film we've been waiting for. After all, he plays Captain Kirk in this long-awaited cinematic adaptation.

Honor Among Thieves is a sequel to Honor Among Thieves. With the release date of March 23, viewers won't have to wait much longer to discover if this film has the skill to fulfill the source material.

When the film's title was announced last April, everyone's first reaction seemed to revolve around the parent company of Dungeons & Dragons — Wizards of the Coast. In particular, their involvement with the project, or their lack thereof.

Chris Pine spoke directly about the Empire franchise collaboration as well as what fans should expect from the upcoming fantasy film.

"I think we benefitted from having Wizards Of The Coast join us in bringing it to life." John and Jonathan are both noted for possessing a viewpoint. They can choose to either cry victory or fall on their sword, so to speak.

The Dungeon & Dragons community is certainly friendly, but some people just don't enjoy tabletop games. The possibility to have a movie bridge the gap between player and casual player is a great opportunity to strengthen an incredible community that we think needs more attention.

Adaptations of any game, story, or popular concept may be a bit shaky (to say the least) — but the purpose of creative reinterpretation is to remain true to its original content, while incorporating new elements where they make sense. Franky, why did you make the thing in the first place?

Glad to see that the artists behind Dungeon & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves have mastered the art of balancing old and new, thus far, all we have to do is wait for the adventure to begin.