The new "Dungeons & Dragons" movie is big news for the freaks and geeks of the world — literally. Three stars of NBC's beloved, albeit short-lived, sitcom reunited in a new teaser for the movie, released March 28. In the clip, adult versions of John Francis Daley's Sam Weir, Martin Starr's Bill Haverchuck, and Neal Schweiber's Samm Levine play D&D together, not realizing their campaign has gone on so long that they're now adults. At the end of the clip, they joke that they never, ever want a movie version of their favorite game. Of course, the joke is that Daley directed and cowrote "Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves," and it's a sweet callback to their characters' love of the roleplaying game in the series.
The second trailer for "Dungeons & Dragons" was released Jan. 23, and it shows off the film's rousing cast — which includes Chris Pine, Regé-Jean Page, Michelle Rodriguez, and Hugh Grant — with lots of actions and also lots of jokes. In the footage, Pine's character, Edgin the Bard, reveals that he accidentally helped a very evil person steal something, and now he's pulling a group together to steal it back.
The first trailer was released back in July 2022 during the 2022 San Diego Comic-Con. The two-minute-and-15-second clip — filled with fire-spitting dragons, dangerous creatures, and unknown evil — is just a small glimpse of what viewers can expect when the movie premieres next year. Though it appears to be a spellbinding film with danger at every turn, Pine, during a Comic-Con panel, said it has a lighthearted tone and draws inspiration from "Game of Thrones," "The Princess Bride," "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," and "The Goonies," Variety reported.
Read on for everything we know about "Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves" so far, including the cast, release date, and plot — and to watch the "Freaks and Geeks" reunion.