Go Inside Warcraft Movie's Version of Famous WoW Location in New Video

Get a peek behind the scenes in this new clip.

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Legendary Entertainment has released a new behind-the-scenes clip from the upcoming Warcraft film showcasing the movie's version of the Lion's Pride Inn from World of Warcraft. As you can see in the clip, narrated by Ogrim actor and big-time WoW player Robert Kazinsky, the set is a pretty stunning recreation of the in-game version. Take a look for yourself:

Kazinsky knows a thing or two about WoW, having dedicated a lot of his life to the game. He told Conan O'Brien recently that he credits the game with saving his life after he struggled to deal with fame.

As he explains, the Lion's Pride Inn set is stuffed with Easter eggs, including a Wanted sign for the character "Kobold," among other things.

"As a player, it fulfills everything I want from the Lion's Pride Inn," Kazinsky said about the set.

World of Warcraft Reddit user Sir-Tackington has created a side-by-side comparison image gallery. It confirms the filmmakers did a pretty good job with the set, even capturing the correct placement of small objects. You can see the comparison shots through the Imgur gallery at the bottom of this post.

In other news about Warcraft, director Duncan Jones (Moon, Source Code) recently talked about how the film will "veer off" from the core Warcraft lore and explained why that's OK. He also criticized Spider-Man director Sam Raimi's version of Warcraft, saying it had "fundamental" problems.

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