007 Legends Is Assembling A Classic Cast

007 Legends is looking to live up to its name in more than just the movies it incorporates. Written by Bruce Feirstein, who is not only responsible for a few of the film adaptations but has previously worked with Activision on both 007 Everything or Nothing and the Goldeneye 007 remake, the game was already going to be crafted by a legend – now we know that it will be voiced by some as well.

As announced exclusively to MTV, Richard Kiel will be reprising his role as Jaws in 007 Legends. He may not be renown for talking, but there is clearly no one more capable of bringing the classic chomp back to life than the original actor himself. Similarly, the main Moonraker villain Hugo Drax will be voiced by the man who played him in the movies, Michael Londsdale.

These two classic characters join Skyfall‘s Rory Kinnear and Naomie Harris, who were already confirmed for roles as the M16 Chief of Staff and the love interest respectively, as well as Daniel Craig himself. With only the Moonraker villains revealed so far, one can’t help but be excited by the actor announcements to come.

Before 007 Legends releases on October 16 one would presume that more information will be discovered. Which of Bond’s missions would stir your interest the most, and whom would you be most shaken by should they be voicing a villain?

Source: Joystiq