Composer Ramin Djawadi (Pacific Rim) has signed on to provide the score for director Duncan Jones' video game adaptation Warcraft, which is currently in post-production after wrapping principal photography in July.

Warcraft is based on the massively popular video game of the same name, where players control characters in a long-standing war between the Horde and the Alliance in a mystical realm full of various creatures. We reported in May that the project will undergo nearly two years of post-production work, before it is released in March 2016. Producer Thomas Tull revealed that the video game adaptation will employ "next generation" technology to bring this fantasy world to life. The first footage was shown at Comic-Con this summer, but it's unclear when the general public may get to see what this massive movie looks like.

Director Duncan Jones has used different composers for all of his movies, employing Clint Mansell for his 2009 directorial debut Moon, and Chris Bacon for his 2011 follow-up Source Code.

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Ramin Djawadi's previous scoring credits include Iron Man, Clash of the Titans, Fright Night, Safe House, Red Dawn, Pacific Rim and Dracula Untold. He also provides the music for the HBO series Game of Thrones and CBS' Person of Interest.