Call of Duty: Black Ops Summons Hollywood Heavyweights for Assistance

September 7, 2010, By Atul Roach

Activision Call of Duty: Black Ops is still a couple of months away from going public on various gaming consoles and Activision is leaving no stone unturned in its attempt to see the game succeed like its numerous other titles. What better way to up the ante than to summon the Hollywood heavyweights to assist the game development in various sectors. Activision has summoned the assistance of Brit Gary Oldman, who we best remember as the Dark Knight. Oldman will reprise the role of Viktor Reznov from Call of Duty: World at War.

Ed Harris has also been signed up to lend his voice over for the CIA operative Jason Hudson while Santa Monica based publisher David S. Goyer is on board to provide script consultation. Just for the records, Gover was a writer on The Dark Knight as well as Batman Begins and The Unborn, while Ed Harris as we all know is dubbed the “God” of The Truman Show.

Activision believes that the contribution of these big shots will challenge boundaries of its story telling and character development ability and we can probably second that thought after Call of Duty: Black Ops arrives on November 9, 2010.

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