28 Celebrities Who Are Way Into Video Games
Megan Fox admitted in 2012 that she's an avid gamer that loves Halo. You, Megan Fox, are perfect.
The Black Swan actress has openly admitted to being obsessed with World of Warcraft. WoW consumed Mila Kunis' life so much she forced herself to retire from the MMO game.
Taylor Lautner is supposedly a pretty good guitarist in Rockband. Maybe you'll be lucky enough to join his band.
Justin Bieber's conceded his love for Call of Duty, Mario Kart and Halo. See, the Biebs is just like any kid growing up!
Michelle Rodriguez is a badass in every movie she's in (hello, Furious 7), so why wouldn't she be a kick-ass gamer too? Rodriguez grew up playing Doom and loves the Call of Duty franchise.
Of course, Kobe Bryant has been on a ton of video game covers, but the Black Mamba loves Call of Duty. He even cameoed in a COD commercial in 2010.
Olivia Munn rose to fame as a TV host on the game-centric channel G4. The Newsroom star admitted she's a sucker for playing video games.
The actor that plays Magneto loves video games so much, he's developing an Assassin's Creed film in which he's also starring.
Jack Black boasted to Kotaku that his greatest gaming accomplishment is completely beating Project Gotham Racing. He also voiced Eddie Riggs in Brutal Legend.
The former Disney heart throb is such a big fan of the Halo franchise that he hosted the midnight release of Halo 3.
The rapper-turned-actor-turned-gamer has also voiced Madd Dogg in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Aaron Griffin in Gears of War 3.
Shad "Bow Wow" Moss
Bow Wow, now known as Shad Moss, is an avid gamer. He even posted some YouTube videos of him winning in Madden and NBA2K.
You can catch Conan O'Brien online at RealConanOBrien. On his show, he hosts a Clueless Gamer segment that proves his affinity for gaming.
Lil Wayne's hinted at his love for gaming before. He's sampled beats from video games in his songs.
The lovable stoner has played video games in a handful of his movies including 40 Year Old Virgin and This is the End. Seth Rogen's also developing a movie about the Sega-Nintendo console wars.
Vin Diesel's need for higher-quality games led to him building Tignon Studios. He also says he's a console AND PC gamer.
Luda released an ode to video games with his hip-hop jam "Press the Start Button."
Perhaps you remember Bill Gates introducing the first Xbox as head of Microsoft? Of course, the guy's a gamer.
Dave Chappelle is out of the limelight of television, but he's still doing stand up. During a show in San Francisco, Chappelle admitted his love for World of Warcraft.
Not only did Daniel Craig lend his likeness to multiple James Bond games, he's also a big fan of Halo and Guitar Hero.
Snoop Dogg starred in the lukewarm-rated game "Way of the Dogg," released in 2013. Maybe the Snoop Lion game will do better.
Michael Phelps might have more medals than you have fingers and toes, but he also caught the Call of Duty bug, saying he can sometimes play more than 30 hours a week.
Will Arnett (Arrested Development) says he spends more time playing video games than watching TV or movies. That's crazy! Arnett also created a "secret Xbox clique" with a handful of celebrity friends.
Justin Theroux is another member of the "secret Xbox clique," according to Us Weekly. The Leftovers star loves to play multiplayer battles on his Xbox One.
Jason Bateman joins Theroux and Arrested Development co-star Arnett in the Xbox clique. The celeb pals don't even play until after midnight. Where's our invite?!
The Saturday Night Live alum mans another spot in the Xbox clique. Jason Sudeikis also has provided voice work in Grand Theft Auto IV.
Eminem's songs have long been used in Call of Duty commercials. Slim Shady's also a huge fan of the series.
The former University of Oklahoma running back shows love for his college in his gamertag, SoonerPride28. He totally has to play as himself in Madden.