Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves | NEW Trailer (2023 Movie)

Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves | NEW Trailer (2023 Movie)

Let’s get this party started. Watch the brand-new trailer for Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves. Only in theatres March 31, 2023. #DnDMovie

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A charming thief and a band of unlikely adventurers undertake an epic heist to retrieve a lost relic, but things go dangerously awry when they run afoul of the wrong people. Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves brings the rich world and playful spirit of the legendary roleplaying game to the big screen in a hilarious and action-packed adventure.

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32 Responses

  1. Ac Ze says:

    This movie has a massive “rolled multiple 1s” and the “chaotic uncooperative players” energy and I’m all in for it.

  2. 𝑫𝒂𝒗𝒊𝒔 𝑺𝒕𝒆𝒗𝒆𝒏𝒔 says:

    This is genuinely good D&D energy.
    The DM is trying his hardest to tell a serious story but the players are having none of that.

    • D ias says:

      I’m surprised I actually laughed at a bunch of the jokes! I usually prefer my fantasy to be serious and have music like the original Conan the Barbarian but I guess they are going for a different vibe. They have shown a lot of good stuff and I hope they have more surprises.

    • RazzleFrazzle says:

      Isn’t that the same stale energy every marvel movie has? Serious plot, non-serious characters that spew one liners and “witty” quips whenever they can? Sorry, I hope it will be a good movie, but I don’t think it will. Unless you still like marvel movie formula.

    • A Twist of Entertainment says:

      this is gonna flop…i know as soon as i clicked

    • 1destined says:

      This comment describes this film perfectly!

    • Alec is Almighty says:

      stolen comment

  3. CubanBeast says:

    I’ve never played a serious D&D campaign so this look exactly like what I would be playing. Just a fun silly action filled adventure

  4. Cheese4G says:

    If you consider silly fun home-brew campaigns I play with my friends to be the “source material” than this looks like the most accurate-to-the-source-material D&D movie ever.

  5. Skulltan says:

    The goofiness actually works here since it gives off the vibe of an actual D&D campaign. I’ve never been in a campaign where the players took it seriously.

    • Rattus Norvegicus says:

      @Megaproductions302 I knew everything I needed to know about the “Snyderverse” the second they announced BvS. Anybody that thinks Batman could ever hope to touch Superman is completely insane. There is zero chance Batman wins that fight, so the entire concept was doomed, if you’ll pardon the pun. Now maybe they could have pulled off Justice League, but I doubt it, from what I’ve heard it was going to go completely stupid in the subsequent sequels so WB panicked and interfered. They are literally sabotaging their own property, it’s nuts.

    • Rattus Norvegicus says:

      @carpe diem Nice burn. 👍

    • Aaron Seidl says:

      @Megaproductions302 probably James Cameron burner accounts 🤣

    • Tiberius says:

      @carpe diem It’s less the jokes and more the fact that everyone quips like it’s going out of style. That and the repeated undercutting of serious moments with little “yikes, awkward!” gags.

    • Megaproductions302 says:

      @Et Cogito Ergo Sum why does everything need to be about the MCU with you guys

  6. Ashton Russell says:

    I’m officially stoked for this movie 🍿

  7. MuffinMan says:

    I’ve never played a game of D&D in my life but I’m still hyped for this. Looks equal parts epic and hilarious

    • Kadel says:

      This is actually pretty accurate to how many TTRPG/D&D games turn out. It looks like a great film, but quite a shame for the time it’s coming out. With the controversy of the new OGL/boycott I don’t think it’ll do very well in theaters.

    • madmaxmedia says:

      It’s just like this. Michelle Rodriguez and Chris Pine come over, and everyone has a great time.

    • Jonas says:

      Yeah that adds up to me

  8. Sarah Mama says:

    This looks like a great action movie and it’s looks like it has a great plot!!! Super excited to see this masterpiece in theaters!!! ❤️❤️🗡🪓💣🛡⚔️

  9. Crazeace says:

    I’m curious to see if the Bard is actually gonna feature any magic, considering the movie goes to great lengths to depict the Forgotten Realms as accurate as possible.

    • alex solomon says:

      @Jamie1317kast and Minsc. AND BOO.

    • Quirk says:

      @Andrew Dowell When you’re playing D&D your party is made up of Player Characters (PCs).

      Player Characters have races and classes the players can choose. Bard is one of those classes and regardless of the subclass, all Bards have magic.

      Every other character (the ones being performed by the DM) are Non-Player Characters (NPCs). NPCs do not have PC classes. The non-magical musicians/performers NPCs your party meets in a tavern are minstrels.

      Chris Pine’s character Edgin is a Player Character. If Egin is an actual bard (and not just a rogue pretending to be one) then he has magic.

    • Fractal Seekers says:

      @Jamie1317kast OMG IT’S GLUP SHITTO 😱😱😱

    • Andrew Dowell says:

      @Quirk What I mean is, if your party goes to a tavern and there are non-magical musicians/performers there, would they not be considered “bards” too? Or is “bard” limited to a magical musician/performer?

      I’m not sure who Viari is.

    • Azzael Ulbrinter says:

      @Jamie1317kast if you mean at 1:30, that’s Revel’s End

  10. Speedysloth says:

    This looks like it’ll be amazing. I’m down for spin offs, sequals, prequals. Everything.

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