Warcraft Movie Filming Wraps Up in 3 Weeks

Written by Medievaldragon on . Posted in World of Warcraft Film, World of Warcraft News

Duncan Jones tweeted the filming of the Warcraft movie will be wrapped up in three weeks starting today. The Warcraft movie production began on January 13th, 2014 in Vancouver. By the time the production wraps up, filming has lasted about 4 months and a week.

“When are we going to see a teaser?” — You might ask.

Last year, Duncan Jones said during the BlizzCon 2013 Warcraft Movie Presentation Panel that fans should expect a preview trailer by BlizzCon 2014. (follow the link for the transcript)

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This is an excerpt from our transcript of the Movie Presentation Panel where Duncan and Rob Pardo say a preview will be available this BlizzCon 2014. It is found at page 6.

Duncan: You know, I would say next year.

Pardo: Probably some time next year. It is one of those things like — I mean we haven’t even started filming yet. So that schedule is just not put together yet. I think a lot of times it is about a year out from the release they start doing previews and things like that?

Duncan: I would say that I think next year’s BlizzCon panel is going to have a hell of a lot of interesting things to show.

Pardo: There you go. So make sure you come to BlizzCon next year.

Pardo: Alright, I want to thank you all guys for coming to the panel, and especially thank you so much that Duncan and Bill have come to share all the information about the movie and all please give us a hand for making all these reveals possible. Wait until next BlizzCon where we’ll actually show more.

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