Daniel Craig leads 007 Legends voice cast

Activision’s upcoming Bond game, 007 Legends, is said to be the first game based on the superspy’s exploits that ties together the storylines from multiple movies. So appropriately, Activision has signed up voice actors from across the series.

As expected, Skyfall star Daniel Craig will once again step up to voice James Bond’s smooth wit and cool one liners. He’ll be joined by Rory Kinnear, who’ll reprise his role as MI6’s Chief of Staff, Bill Tanner. A third Skyfall cast member, Naomie Harris, will also make an appearance in the game.

Besides Skyfall, the villainous duo from Moonraker will be well represented in 007 Legends. Michael Lonsdale will return to voice Hugo Drax and Richard Kiel will play the (mostly) mute Jaws.

The words these actors speak will come from screenwriter Bruce Feirstein, who has quite the history with the Bond franchise himself. Feirstein wrote GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World Is Not Enough as well as the Bond games Everything or Nothing, From Russia With Love, Blood Stone, and GoldenEye 007: Reloaded.

Finally, Activision has recruited David Arnold (Die Another Day, Tomorrow Never Dies) and Kevin Kiner to compose the soundtrack for 007 Legends.

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