Travis Fimmel (Commander Anduin Lothar) and Paula Patton (Garona) in a scene from "Warcraft," based on a video game.
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Bowie would have been proud: Warcraft directorSpeaking at his movie's world premiere, filmmaker Duncan Jones says his rock legend father David Bowie would have been proud of his new movie "Warcraft". Based on the smash hit video game World Of Warcraft, Jones' CGI extravaganza tells of the initial battles between humans and orcs.The director's third film after critical hits "Moon" in 2009 and "Source Code" in 2011, "Warcraft" has been lashed by U.S. critics, achieving an average rating of 4.2/10 on the aggregation site Rotten Tomatoes.
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