007 Legends Brings Back Jaws, Hugo Drax Actors In Goldeneye Writer’s Story
< id='article_intro_ag'>When 007 Legends explores the history of the James Bond film franchise in fall 2012, it’s going to do so with some familiar faces: Richard Kiel and Michael Lonsdale will lend their voices and likenesses to the villainous roles of Jaws and Hugo Drax, respectively, a press release confirms. Both characters were central to the plot of 1979’s Moonraker, one of the six Bond movies that 007 Legends will revisit. Naomie Harris, star of 2012’s new Bond movie Skyfall, will also make an appearance. Also confirmed is the participation of Bruce Feirstein, the writer of GoldenEye, Tomorrow Never Dies, and The World is Not Enough as well as the Bond-focused video games Everything or Nothing, From Russia with Love, Blood Stone, and the GoldenEye 007 remake. Feirstein’s words shape the overarching storyline in 007 Legends; it should be interesting to see how he ties the six Bond movies together for Daniel Craig’s take on the character. The press release also confirms that the game will feature the talents of Bond composter David Arnold and TV composer Kevin Kiner on the soundtrack. Activision promises additional talent reveals in the coming months, as other chunks of the game are shown. There’s plenty of time. 007 Legends hits PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Windows PC platforms on October 16.