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Boxleitner to star in TRON videogame

Olivia Wilde has signed up too.

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Bruce Boxleitner, star of the original TRON film and more importantly Babylon 5, has signed up to star in a new videogame.

As has Olivia Wilde, who will also appear in forthcoming movie TRON: Legacy. You know, her out of The O.C. and House. She plays a character called Quorra.

"Quorra is a strong memorable character in the film and the opportunity to represent her in the videogame was really important to assure consistency for telling her story," Wilde said.

"Being in both TRON: Legacy and the TRON: Evolution videogames is incredible."

Bruce didn't say anything. He doesn't have to.

The videogame is titled TRON: Evolution and is in development for PC, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, Wii and DS. Other voices will be provided by Jensen Ackles (Gibson), James Frain, John Glover (Abraxas), Nolan North (Behemoth, Sentries and Blaze), Kari Wahlgren (Radia), Robin Atkin Downes (Kalev), Terrence A. Carson (Calchas), and Fred Tatasciore (Kevin Flynn, Clu and Bosh).

TRON: Evolution is out on 26th November.

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