Hugh Grant and Sophia Lillis will be in 'Dungeons and Dragons'.

The adaptation of this monument to role-playing brings together leading actors, veterans and up-and-coming stars.

You have certainly already heard of the role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons. A game created in the 70s and which allows a group of friends to embody fantasy characters - wizards, elves, dwarves - and to live entirely invented adventures in a setting governed by a Master and a list of very precise and constantly evolving rules. This game that has brought together generations of "geeks" and other "nerds" has become a creative pillar in the world of video games and series. And soon, this cult game will be adapted into a movie by Paramount and eOne.

According to information from our colleagues at Deadline, a particularly impressive cast has been gathered around this project. Chris Pine (Star Trek, Wonder Woman), Michelle Rodriguez (Lost, Fast & Furious), Justice Smith (Detective Pikachu), the star of the series Netflix La Chronique des Bridgerton Regé-Jean Page had already been announced. The two new names that have just been announced have just increased our impatience: Hugh Grant, who we no longer present and who should play the big bad guy of the film, and Sophia Lillis (seen in Ca).

Jonathan Goldstein and John Francis Daley (screenwriters of Spider-Man: Homecoming) are also announced for directing and writing. They will be supported by producer Jeremy Latcham (Iron Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers). This still mysterious version of Dungeons and Dragons is expected to be released in 2022.