Brosnan to provide voice in next Bond game

Pierce Brosnan, John Cleese, and a number of other stars will be lending their voices to characters in James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing.

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Electronic Arts has officially announced the voice cast for its upcoming multiplatform Bond game, James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing. Pierce Brosnan will be reprising his role as James Bond, while John Cleese will provide the voice-over for the character known as Q. In addition, Dame Judi Dench will lend her voice for M, and Richard Kiel, who played the evil henchman Jaws in Moonraker, will be a part of the cast as well. Three entirely new actors will be brought in to portray additional characters. Willem Dafoe will play Bond's new nemesis, named Nikolai Diavolo, and Shannon Elizabeth will take on the role of the new Bond girl, Serena St. Germaine. Lastly, Heidi Klum will play an evil character named Katya Nadanova. Each actor will provide his or her voice and likeness for the game.

"I look forward to returning as James Bond in Everything or Nothing," Brosnan said. "Playing the role in the interactive realm lets me bring my interpretation of the character to a new generation of Bond fans."

James Bond 007: Everything or Nothing is in development for the GameCube, Xbox, PlayStation 2, and Game Boy Advance, and it's currently scheduled for release this fall.

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