- Polygon via Yahoo! NewsAug 20 05:01 AM
When Polygon rolled into this year’s Gen Con in Indianapolis we couldn't find the Dungeons & Dragons booth. Turns out that the nation’s largest tabletop gaming convention — started by Gary Gygax, the father of D&D, himself — didn't have one. It's because D&D is gaining popularity someplace new — online, through streaming services like Twitch and YouTube.
- Arkansas TimesAug 05 11:02 PM
Little Rock's Troll Lord Games is still going strong after 15 years. Though you might think tabletop fantasy role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons went the way of the Dodo bird around the same time as leaded gasoline, the genre is still alive, kicking and winning new fans. Part of the reason it has survived into the digital age is undoubtedly due to the efforts of small publishers like ...
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsAug 02 09:00 PM
The studio makes a big gamble, and after a trial held last year, gets a deal for a new project to be produced by Roy Lee (The Lego Movie).
- Empire MagazineAug 08 03:19 PM
It's game on following a lawsuit and a settlement with Hasbro There was good news for Warner Bros. today. The studio has finished its homework and can now play Dungeons & Dragons! Well, that’s sort of what happened. In reality, the studio has worked out a deal with rights holders Hasbro and producer Courtney Soloman’s Sweetpea Entertainment to partner on a new film based on the long-running game...
- Coming SoonAug 03 11:09 AM
The film features a script by David Leslie Johnson The post Dungeons & Dragons Adaptation Moving Forward After Legal Dispute appeared first on ComingSoon.net .
- Screen RantAug 03 02:03 PM
Dungeons & Dragons is one of the most popular fantasy role-playing games of all time. Since it first launched in 1974, the game has attracted millions of players and introduced dozens of campaigns while expanding into every medium from film to novels and magazines.
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