Anyone who has played World of Warcraft has probably visited the Lion’s Pride Inn in Goldshire. It’s one of the most iconic locations in the game, and it will apparently be recreated in great detail in the upcoming Warcraft film.
Warcraft star Robert Kazinsky has posted a new behind-the-scenes video on his twitter account which closely examines the movie’s take on the Lion’s Pride Inn. Kazinsky is an unabashed fan of the Warcraft game as well, and that clearly influenced his joyful reaction to seeing the location as a practical set.
For The Horde!
— Robert Kazinsky (@RobertKazinsky) April 23, 2016
“I think everybody’s who’s ever played this game has come here,” said Kazinsky in the video. “There are so many little Easter eggs lying around, like at the entry there is a wanted sign for Kobolds, and that’s one of the first quests you ever do in this game.”
Kazinsky also noted that the small touches, like the paintings on the wall and the location of the wine barrels was also accurate, as he praised the attention to detail. In the film itself, Kazinsky probably won’t be visiting the Lion’s Pride Inn in character. It’s primarily a location for the Alliance members to gather and Kazinsky fights for the horde in this film as the orc protagonist, Orgrim Doomhammer.
Warcraft will be released in theaters on June 10.
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