007 Legends lines up movie talent
Daniel Craig, Michael Lonsdale, Naomie Harris, and Richard Kiel will be among 007 Legends' voice cast.
007 Legends will feature Daniel Craig's (SKYFALL, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Casino Royale) James Bond while Rory Kinnear (SKYFALL, Wild Target, Quantum of Solace) voices MI6's Chief of Staff, Bill Tanner. The Moonraker mission features familiar Bond actors, including Michael Lonsdale (Of Gods and Men, Munich, Moonraker) reprising his villainous role as Hugo Drax and Richard Kiel (Happy Gilmore, Moonraker, The Spy Who Loved Me) as Drax's notorious henchman - Jaws. Naomie Harris (SKYFALL, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, 28 Days Later), from this fall's feature film SKYFALL, will also make a video game appearance in 007 Legends.
In addition, veteran Bond film and video game writer, Bruce Feirstein (The World Is Not Enough, Tomorrow Never Dies, GoldenEye), pens 007 Legends' overarching storyline while the acclaimed James Bond film composer - David Arnold (Die Another Day, Tomorrow Never Dies, Independence Day) - and established TV composer, Kevin Kiner ("Hell on Wheels," "Star Wars: The Clone Wars," "CSI: Miami") lend their musical expertise and talent to the robust video game soundtrack. The 007 Legends' talent roster will continue to grow as additional gamemissions are revealed.
A first-of-its-kind Bond video game, 007 Legends features an original, overarching storyline tying together five classic Bond movie-inspired missions plus a sixth mission based on this year's highly-anticipated movie - SKYFALL - which will be available post launch as downloadable content, to offer the most diverse Bond gaming experience yet! As with the feature films, 007 Legends equips players with state-of-the-art spy gadgets, an arsenal of weapons and sleek vehicles as they jet off to exotic locations and utilize Bond's quick wits, class and style to take down notorious villains and their brutal henchmen and perform impressive stunts.
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Transmitted: 4/1/2015 4:25:30 PM