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Irrational Reveals The Full Voice Cast For 'Bioshock Infinite'

Troy Baker will be playing Booker while Courtnee Draper takes on the role of Elizabeth as Irrational lays out the "Mass Effect," "Kingdom Hearts II," and "Sealab 2021" vets among the cast portraying the heroes and villains of "Bioshock Infinite."

You can find the full cast list after the jump.

The coolest thing about this cast list is that it's populated by veteran voice actors and not simply sprinkled liberally with television and film actors putting in a couple of hours in the booth. "Dishonored" had a great cast of performers turning in one of the more uninspired collection of voice overs in recent memory.

Troy Baker

(Final Fantasy Xiii, Catherine, Red Faction: Guerilla, Brothers In Arms, Batman: Arkham City)

as Booker DeWitt

Courtnee Draper

(Surf’s Up, Ponyo, and Kingdom Hearts II)

as Elizabeth

Jennifer Hale

(Mass Effect, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic)

as Rosalind Lutece

Oliver Vaquer

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[TV] Last Minute Shopping for the TV Lover

Coming down to the wire and don't know what to buy for the TV-addict on your list? Or maybe you need one last gift to push you over into their good graces. Or heck, maybe you just got that holiday bonus and want to spend the rest of the month eating Chinese food on a couch watching the entirety of a show you never had the time to catch up with when it was on TV. Whatever the case, here's a last-minute guide to the best "Complete Series" releases of 2010 and links to Amazon. If you hurry, and order before December 17th (yeah, by tomorrow), you'll still be able to have it delivered before Christmas.

24: The Complete Series

DVD - $179.99


Jack Bauer set a new bar for television badassery and gave us 8 seasons of adrenaline-pumping action that ranged from dirty nukes to presidential plots.
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Watch the Season 4 Premiere of The Tudors Right Now!

The Tudors kicks off its fourth and final season with its season premiere on Sunday, April 11 at 9 Pm Et on Showtime, but you don't need to be a Showtime subscriber to check out this new episode. We have the full Season 4 premiere available right here for our readers so click on the video player below to take a look at the first episode of The Tudors' last season.


The Tudors stars Jonathan Rhys Meyers, Henry Cavill, James Frain, Natalie Dormer, Nick Dunning, Anthony Brophy, Guy Carleton, Jeremy Northam and will air on Sunday nights at 9 Pm Et on Showtime.
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The Tudors: Showtime Series Ending After Year Four, No Season Five

There's good news and bad news for fans of The Tudors TV series. Showtime has announced that they're renewing it for a fourth season but it will be the historically-based show's last.

The Tudors is a fictional version of the reign of the King of England during the 1500's, King Henry VII (Jonathan Rhys Meyers). Other historical players include Henry Cavill, Natalie Dormer, Nick Dunning, James Frain, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Padraic Delaney, Jeremy Northam, Jamie Thomas King, Anthony Brophy, Guy Carleton, John Kavanagh, Sam Neill, Callum Blue, Henry Czerny, Hans Matheson, David Alpay, Joe Van Moyland, Bosco Hogan, James Gilbert, Alan Van Sprang, and Peter O'Toole.

When the show debuted on April 1, 2007 to 870,000 viewers, it was reportedly Showtime's best premiere in three years. The series has held onto those numbers pretty well, attracting 726,000 for its third season premiere last week. The series has also been well-reviewed but it is an expensive epic to produce.
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Interview: Skogland Talking 'Fifty Dead Men Walking'

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Director Kari Skogland talks to Iftn ahead of the release of the new thriller 'Fifty Dead Men Walking'. The Canadian helmer chats about why she was attracted to the story of real life Ira infiltrator Martin McGartland and her experience of filming in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The film's title 'Fifty Dead Men Walking' refers to the fifty men that Martin McGartland, played by Brit actor Jim Strugess (21, The Other Boyelyn Girl), is thought to have saved during the Troubles during the late 1980's. McGartland was recruited by a British Special Branch Officer (Sir Ben Kingsley - Gandhi, Schindler's List) to spy on the Ira and subsequently spoiled numerous murder plans against the British army. After being discovered, McGartland has since had to live his life on the run. The distinguished cast features supporting international talents; Kevin Zegers (Transamerica), Natalie Press (My Summer of Love), Rose McGowan
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