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Activision goes to the movies

And steals actors for Call of Duty.

Activision has drafted in some Hollywood talent to give its forthcoming WWII-'em-up Call of Duty a little more depth. As well as some new voice talent in Jason Stratham (Lock Stock, Snatch, The Italian Job) and Giovanni Ribisi (Saving Private Ryan, Pheobe's brother in Friends, that kid in that one X-Files episode with the electricity... you know?), Michael Schiffer - the screenwriter responsible for Crimson Tide amongst others - has been brought in on writing duties. Sounds great.

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