Billy Bob Thornton and Dennis Hopper to voice Deadly Creatures

By Patrick Garratt, Tuesday, 9 December 2008 07:20 GMT

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Hollywood A-listers Billy Bob Thornton and Dennis Hopper are to voice the scorpion and spider roles in THQ Wii exclusive, Deadly Creatures.

“What surprised me about Deadly Creatures is how it looks… like watching a movie,” said Billy Bob Thornton. “The scorpion and tarantula are like two actors meeting up for a gun fight.”

“Gamers are really going to love Deadly Creatures,” added Dennis Hopper.

Astonishing. More on GameInfoWire. Game’s out in February.

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