Call of Duty borrowing Hollywood voice talentBy Johan Keyter 7 September 2010 | Categories: news
According to Kotaku, both Gary Oldman and Ed Harris will be lending their voice acting talents to the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops video game.
The Call of Duty series has seen its fair share of Hollywood actors helping out in various voice acting roles throughout the games' seven year history.
In the latest iteration Oldman will be reprising his role as Viktor Reznov, a burly Russian squad leader from Call of Duty: World at War. His film credits include blockbuster movies such as The Dark Knight, the Harry Potter series Bram Stroker's Dracula and The Fifth Element.
Ed Harris, from Apollo 13, The Abyss and Knightriders fame will also appear in the latest game voicing CIA operative Jason Hudson, one of the new game's lead protagonists.
Call of Duty's star studded line-up isn't limited to voice acting though, David S. Goyer, a writer who has screenplay credits in both new Batman movies and Blade is helping out with story development. He is also the writer behind the upcoming Superman movie, The Man of Steel, and is currently working on the third Batman movie from Christopher Nolan.
The upcoming game from Treyarch studios will be aiming to take over multiplayer servers throughout the world when it releases on the 9th of November.
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