New Twisted Metal Clip Has Anthony Mackie And Sweet Tooth Singing 'Thong Song' In A Casino
Sweet Tooth has a look in his eyes so devilish.
It's been over a year since it was announced that Peacock was developing a show based on the Twisted Metal video game series, with Anthony Mackie (Captain America: Brave New World) as the mysterious driver John Doe. The first trailer back in April didn't give us a whole lot of information, but definitely, some metal as we got our first look at the diabolical clown-faced maniac, Sweet Tooth.
During Summer Game Fest, an exclusive clip was shown that had Mackie's Doe throw down with Sweet Tooth that's played by AEW wrestler Samoa Joe (Nuufolau Joel Seanoa), but voiced by Will Arnett. It truly is something you have to see for yourself.
Joining Joe, Mackie, and Arnett will be former Brooklyn 99 star, Stephanie Beatriz as Quiet, a rough-and-tumble car thief. Tahj Vaughans, Chelle Ramos, Michael Carollo, Jared Bankens, Thomas Hayden-Church, Diany Rodriguez, Matthew Rimmer, and Neve Campbell also star.
The Twisted Metal game series has appeared on the PlayStation, PlayStation 2, PlayStation Portable, and PlayStation 3. As of October 2000, the series has sold five million copies, with several of the games in the series being re-released as part of Sony Greatest Hits.
The show will be helmed by Deadpool and Zombieland writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick and written by Michael Jonathan Smith (Netflix's Cobra Kai).
All 10 episodes of Twisted Metal will hit the streaming service on July 27.
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