Gary Oldman and Ed Harris leading the voice cast for Call of Duty: Black Ops
Award-winning actors Gary Oldman and Ed Harris will be joining the voice cast of the upcoming Call of Duty: Black Ops. In addition, screenwriter and director David S. Goyer is on board to help with the story.
Oldman, whose film credits include The Dark Knight, The Book of Eli, and Dracula, will reprise his role as Sergent Viktor Reznov from Treyarch’s last Call of Duty title, World at War. Ed Harris has an equally impressive track record with films The Abyss, A History of Violence, Pollock, and Apollo 13. He will voice one of the main characters in the game, CIA operative Jason Hudson.
Lastly, David S. Goyer has been attached to provide script consultation and story development support. He also worked on Batman Begins and The Dark Knight with Gary Oldman and is
“Oldman, Harris and Goyer are considered some of Hollywood’s finest talents and they perfectly complement Call of Duty: Black Ops’ ambitious and immersive single player experience,” says Mark Lamia, Studio Head of Treyarch. “Their contributions have helped us to push the boundaries of our story telling and character development far beyond anything we have ever attempted before in the franchise.”
Call of Duty: Black Ops is due out November 9th. Now that Oldman and Harris have been announced as part of the voice cast, what others would you like to see in the game? More importantly, do you think it will hold up to the behemoth that is Modern Warfare 2?