Daniel Craig, Michael Lonsdale, Richard Kiel, more lend voices to 007 Legends

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 27 July 2012 14:21 GMT

Activision has announced 007 Legends will feature a variety of past and present Bond talent including Daniel Craig, Michael Lonsdale, Naomie Harris and Richard Kiel.

Rory Kinnear will provide the voice for MI6’s chief of staff, Bill Tanner, and the Moonraker mission will feature Michael Lonsdale reprising his role as Hugo Drax.

Richard Kiel will voice his famous role as Drax’s notorious henchman Jaws, and Naomie Harris from this fall’s Bond film Skyfall, will lend her chops as well.

In addition, Bond film and video game writer, Bruce Feirsteinis penning the overall 007 Legends storyline, and Bond film composer, David Arnold is handling the soundtrack alongside TV composer, Kevin Kiner.

More talent will be revealed as more missions are announced.

007 Legends is planned for an October 16 launch.

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