Duncan Jones Pulls Back Curtain on 'Warcraft' With New Set Photos

To bring the fantasy world of Blizzard's blockbuster game franchise to life, "Warcraft" director Duncan Jones obviously had to rely heavily on CG effects. However, as you can see in newly release behind-the-scenes photos, filmmakers also constructed some pretty spectacular sets.

Jones has been sharing the images on Twitter over the past couple of days, emphasizing, "Haha! Don't worry... no. these are not reshoots. These are from the original production. Was asked not to put any BTS stuff up till now."

Opening June 10, "Warcraft" depicts the initial encounters between humans and orcs, as the peaceful realm of Azeroth is pushed to the brink of war as a portal opens, allowing the orcs to flee their dying home in hopes of colonizing another. The film stars Travis Fimmel, Dominic Cooper, Ben Foster, Ruth Negga, Toby Kebbell, Clancy Brown, Robert Kazinsky and Daniel Wu.

That was one of a number of big, beautiful sets built for #WarcraftMovie pic.twitter.com/evNfmHirGI

— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) March 3, 2016

.@CStrable Some of the set for the Stormwind city exteriors pic.twitter.com/zUzTf4dNVL

— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) March 3, 2016

Just another day on the busy streets of downtown Stormwind. ;) #WarcraftMovie pic.twitter.com/0VqzBopSyg

— Duncan Jones (@ManMadeMoon) March 3, 2016

(via Collider)

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