Sat, Jun 27, 2009 | 19:05 BST
Wolfenstein: B.J. Blazkowicz will remain the strong, slient type; movie in the works
An interview with Raven’s Eric Biessman regarding Wolfenstein has revealed that our hero, B.J. Blazkowicz, will remain a man of few words in this installment.
Basically, he will only speak when he feels it’s important.
“B.J. definitely is a man of few words, and while we expanded on this a bit, we also wanted to stay true to the character as defined,” Biessman told GameZone. “While he really wasn’t given a lot of opportunity to speak in the previous games, we knew we wanted to keep B.J. a man of action. With that in mind, B.J. is driven to stop the Nazi menace and isn’t about to wag his tongue at everyone he stumbles upon.
“Instead, B.J. stays the strong, silent type, only talking when he has something that needs to be said. He’s there to do a job, so he remains somewhat shrouded in mystery.”
During the interview, it was mentioned that the Return to Castle Wolfenstein film adaptation is currently in the works. Academy Award-winning screenwriter Roger Avary is providing the script and Samuel Hadida will be producing it.
Just in case you were wondering.
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