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The Legend of Zelda (Crap 2014 film)
Triforce symbol
Preview poster
Studio(s) Nintendo Films Co. Ltd.
Distributor(s) Toho (JP)
Warner Bros. Pictures (United States)
New Line Cinema (Europe, Australia, East Asia and Latin America)
Type Live action
Genre(s) Fantasy epic
Logan Lerman
Miley Cyrus
Christopher Meloni
Christoph Waltz
Peyton List
Theatrical Release Date(s)
Part 1 Rise of a Hero:

July 25, 2014 (US)
November 22, 2014 (EU)
February 24, 2016 (JP)
Part 2 Fate of Hyrule:
August 16, 2015 (US)
December 2, 2015 (JP)
December 8, 2015 (EU)

Age Rating(s)
PG-13 (US)

12 (UK)

Country of Origin United States
Original Language English
Budget $200,000,000
Box Office N/A
Runtime 240 minutes (total)

(Rise of a Hero -120 minutes)
(Fate of Hyrule -120 minutes)

Series Nintendo Multiverse

The Legend of Zelda is an American fantasy movie based on The Legend of Zelda video games produced by Nintendo. Serving as the second installment of the Nintendo Multiverse anthology, it is directed by J.J. Abrams and produced by Kevin Feige. The movie stars Logan Lerman, Miley Cyrus and Christopher Meloni. The Legend of Zelda will be released on American theaters in July 25th, 2014, while Europe will see the movie in November, 22nd. The Japanese release will be set during the holiday season. The movie will present an original story based on the events the story of Ocarina of Time and Twilight Princess.


Link was just a normal farmboy living in the region of Ordona until his childhood friend, Princess Zelda, appears to him in a dream, begging him to save Hyrule from the evil lord Ganondorf. Obtaining the legendary Master Sword, a weapon said to be the only thing that can destroy the dark lord, Link must prevent Ganondorf from obtaining the Triforce, a magic relic that can grant wishes upon anyone.



Warner Bros. Pictures acquired movie rights for the Zelda franchise in 2007 after the successful release of Twilight Princess. For many years, Nintendo had been interested in turning Zelda in a movie series. In June 2010, Warner took pitches from video game writers, comic book writers, screenwriters and directors in how to make a Zelda movie. Mac Walters, writer of the Mass Effect franchise, proposed an eight-hour epic that spanned from Link's childhood to his eventual crowning as King of Hyrule. Similarly, Grant Morrison proposed a story similar to that of Ocarina of Time.

During discussions for Super Mario Bros. in 2011, Neil Gaiman told director J.J. Abrams his idea for the Zelda movie. Impressed by Gaiman's idea, Abrams presented the concept to the studio, who hired Abrams and Gaiman as director and screenwriter respectively.

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