The Amazing Spider-Man actress Emma Stone and Kill Bill star Lucy Liu will play supporting roles in the upcoming action game Sleeping Dogs, publisher Square Enix has announced. The game's full voice acting cast is composed of actors from Asian and American movies and television shows.
Sleeping Dogs' main character--undercover officer Wei Shen--will feature the voice talent of Will Yun Lee, who played the villain in the 2002 James Bond film Die Another Day. The game's police inspector Pendrew will be played by Tom Wilkinson, who took on the role of a mafia man in Christopher Nolan's Batman Begins.
Other actors lending their voices to Sleeping Dogs include Edison Chen (Infernal Affairs,The Grudge), who will play Wei Shen's childhood friend Jackie Mah. Additionally, Winston Chu will be played by Parry Shen (Better Luck Tomorrow, The New Guy).
Rounding out the supporting cast in unspecified roles will be Robin Shou (Hard to Kill, Fatal Chase), Terence Yin (New Police Story, Colour of Truth), James Hong (Blade Runner, The Day the Earth Stood Still), Tzi-Ma (Rush Hour, The Quiet American), Yunjin Kim (Lost, Diary of June), and Kelly Hu (Martial Law, X2).
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Sleeping Dogs--a revival of True Crime: Hong Kong--is an open-world action game set in Hong Kong. The game puts players in the boots of Wai Shen, an undercover police officer fighting through the seedy criminal underworld of the sprawling city. Sleeping Dogs will give players a variety of combat options, including gunplay and a hand-to-hand combat system that lets players use martial arts to bring down their enemies.