FIRST LOOK: The Knights of Badassdom

One of the most talked about films at this year’s San Diego Comic Con, The Knights of Badassdom is still months away from release. Worse, almost no one knows that much about the actual film. There is no trailer, very little plot, and until today, almost no images to prove it has even been made.

Luckily Entertainment Weekly was feeling hipper than usual and decided to help us out by providing the following image (as well as two more you cna find here) along with a plot summary of what we suspect will be Joe Lynch’s best work to date.

Look below and enjoy. The Knights of Badassdom is expected later this year.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY PLOT SUMMARY: [Steve] Zahn and Dinklage play Eric and Hung, two friends obsessed with Live-Action Role Play (a.k.a. LARPing) who decide their depressed roommate, Joe (Kwanten) needs to join in their fake-armor and foam-sword reindeer games…. So Joe dives deep into the world of geek, only to have Eric inadvertently perform a real spell from a creepy old book he bought off eBay. Turns out the book was penned by demons, and a succubus is now roaming the campsite where hundreds of people dressed as knights, elves, and warlocks are playing make-believe.

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