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Daniel Wu and Clancy Brown have joined the growing cast of Legendary and Universal Pictures' Warcraft, which is based off of Blizzard's popular game.
According to Deadline, their roles in the film have not yet been announced, only that they had signed on.
Wu has been acting both overseas in Chinese films and in U.S. films, with his latest being found-footage science fiction film Europa Report and The Man With The Iron Fists. He has also appeared in the Chinese films New Police Story and Tai Chi Zero.
Brown is mostly known for his small guest roles on TV shows such as the current Sleepy Hollow where he had a recurring role as the sheriff. He also appeared opposite of action star Jason Statham in Homefront and is in the upcoming films Trip to Bountiful and When The Game Stands Tall.
Wu and Brown join the already cast Ben Foster, Dominic Cooper and others who signed on earlier in the month.
Warcraft is being directed by Moon's Duncan Jones, based off a script written by Charles Leavitt. Shooting is scheduled to begin in Vancouver next month.
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