Hugh Grant Struggles To Answer Any DnD Questions While Promoting DnD Movie

Hugh Grant needs help from co-stars Chris Pine and Michelle Rodriguez to answer the questions Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Rogues In a recent interview to promote the film. Based on the beloved board game, Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Rogues Directed by John Francis Daley and Jonathan Goldstein. The upcoming fantasy adventure film follows a group of ragtag explorers in search of a lost relic.

EQUAL Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Rogues As the release date approached, Grant, Pine and Rodriguez sat down and waited Wired An “autocomplete interview” segment in which Grant happily struggles to answer any questions regarding the actual game or movie. Check out the relevant part of the interview below around 6:28:

In the video, Grant reveals that he knows very little about the game, when he asks Pine if it has anything to do with “”dress up“Pine’s Interpretation of a Movie Concerning Awakening”ancient evil‘ doesn’t seem to set off alarm bells for the actor either, but to be fair, he hadn’t seen the film at the time of interview and it’s unclear how important he is to the larger story.

What to Expect in Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Rogues

Daley and Goldstein have demonstrated Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Rogues It’s not just fans of the game, which means that people like Grant who have little or no knowledge of the original material will find the film quite accessible. But for game lovers, Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Rogues There are many familiar elements. From locations to classes to monsters, the film draws from its source material in a number of ways.

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For example, Pine’s character is Akin, a poet. Card players are charming and good at solving problems in their own way. On the other hand, Rodriguez plays the barbarian Holga, clearly a very skilled fighter. Grant plays a con man named Forge Fitzwilliam, and Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Rogues The trailer hints that he could be a supporting character in the movie.

Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves The tone is clearly softer, and the trailer showcases the film’s humor, which largely seems to come from Pine’s character. With that said, the upcoming adaptation certainly won’t skip the action, with some epic scenes already revealed. Thankfully, audiences won’t have to wait long to see the film in person. Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Among Thieves will be released later this month.

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