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Modern Warfare 3's script length was detailed at Call of Duty Xp last week. The Los Angeles expo featured a panel titled 'The Voices of Call of Duty' which had voice actors from across the franchise answer questions from the audience. Activision talent director and panel host Keith Arem explained that Modern Warfare 3 has around 10,000 more lines of dialogue than last year's Call of Duty: Black Ops. "To give everyone a kind of perspective, if you look at an average television show, a half-hour series, that has about 400 lines of dialogue, and a full motion picture is going to have around 1,500 lines of dialogue," he said. "By the time we add in 80, 90, 100 characters and all the soldiers, I think on Black Ops we were pushing 25, almost 30,000 lines of dialogue. We're at about 41,000 lines of dialogue in Modern (more) »
- By Matthew Reynolds
Gregory Widen, the creator of the 1980's Highlander films, is set to adapt the popular graphic novel Ascend for theatrical production.
Ascend was created by Keith Arem and Christopher Shy, and describes the post-apocalyptic 'Purgatory Wars'. Apparently all hell has broken lose - in a rather literal sense. In the realm of Ascend, all of Heaven and Hell has ruptured into chaos and war, and the forces of good and evil are locked in combat for control of human souls.
The story of Ascend revolves around the two brothers Sebastian and Gideon. Gideon has risen through the ranks of angels to become one of the most powerful among the Legions of Heaven; however, Sebastian realizes he carries the 'key' to ending the war, and must somehow stop his own brother from carrying out his plan in order to prevent the entire realm of existence from falling into ruin.
- Tristan Sinns
2 items from 2011
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