"officially wrapped", years of work still remains to be done.
There are a lot of special effects to bring Azeroth to life, which is being led by Lucasfilms' Industrial Light & Magic - the studio built out of the foundations of Star Wars.
Actor Dominic Cooper has said it's "terrifying" to work on the project given the millions of fans with high expectations of Blizzard's work making it to film.
"There have been people creating that world for many years and it's got a very specific look," said Cooper, "and the characters within that, people have already made their minds up about who they are and what they mean to them. So that's quite a lot of pressure, in that you feel obligated to give the people who have spent the majority of their life playing it what they expect for it." A cinematic release is scheduled for 2016.
"Final day on Warcraft now officially... wrapped!!,” Duncan Jones last week.
The known cast listing includes Ben Foster, Travis Fimmel, Paula Patton, Toby Kebbell and Rob Kazinsky. The original Warcraft movie was meant to be helmed by Spider-Man director Sam Raimi, but he left.
Filming of Warcraft movie "officially wrapped", won't screen until 2016
27 May 2014 | By Simon Priest