On a quest to protect a baby princess who will grow up to destroy the evil queen ravaging the kingdom, humble farmer and magician Willow Ufgood joins forces with cocky swordsman Madmartigan to take on magical creatures and evil soldiers.
Young Alex discovers Excalibur and is able to pull the legendary sword from its stone, making him the next in line to wield its power and save the world from evil, like the sorceress Morgana, in next year’s The Kid Who Would Be King.
The third Matt Groening developed animated comedy following in the iconic footsteps of The Simpsons and Futurama is the fantasy skewering Disenchantment, which hits Netflix in August.
When an ancient evil kidnaps his bride and threatens the entire planet, Prince Colwyn sets out to find a mystical weapon called The Glaive that can destroy it and save the planet Krull.
The Dark Tower series is Stephen King’s magnum opus but unlike the unique and complex story told in the eight novels, the movie version strips everything to the bone for an incredibly generic “stop the end of the world” action movie.
Cursed with immortality, Kaulder has spent 800 years killing evil witches to maintain the peace between the magical and normal worlds as The Last Witch Hunter.
Trying to get in on the fantasy genre currently dominated by Game of Thrones, MTV is bringing an adaptation of the Terry Brooks fantasy series to the network in 2016.
Vin Diesel’s love of fantasy seems to be on full display in the crazy looking “The Last Witch Hunter”.
AMC’s new original series follows Daniel Wu as Sunny, a “Clipper” with incredible martial arts and sword skills who enforces the laws and will of the wealthy Barons in a strange western/fantasty world based loosely on Journey to the West.
MTV is hoping to capture some of the Game of Thrones/fantasy audience with next year’s “The Shannara Chronicles” based on the book series by Terry Brooks.