As you've probably already heard, Warner Brothers has just picked up the rights to do a new Dungeons & Dragons movie. It's being produced by the guy who directed the terrible Jeremy Irons D&D movie and the screenplay's by the guy who's penned such thoroughly...uh,...filmed and released?...movies as Wrath of the Titans and Red Riding Hood, so you know it's going to be...in English? Anyways, I posted the story on Facebook, and a genius named Ryan Wagner pointed out that what they need to do is a live-action movie of the old D&D Cartoon with Ralph Feinnes as Venger and a stop-motion Tiamat. I agree, and since I haven't done a WWPHITM Wednesday in years, I figured I'd fill out the rest of the cast.
The "Prop, Set, Character" idea is for GMs who are having trouble coming up with their next adventure. Just roll one of each and build a story around what you get. The three story elements can be connected or can be completely unrelated. You can also use these tables during the game if you need to come up with a prop, set, or character on the fly. For the first installment, I'm going with action movies.