Warner Bros Interactive have revealed some of the actors that make up Lego Dimensions' star-studded voice cast, with the likes of Elizabeth Banks, Chris Pratt, Gary Oldman, Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd among them.
Where possible, Warner Bros have secured original actors to reprise their roles in the 14 universes contained within Lego Dimensions.
Michael J Fox and Christopher Lloyd return as Marty McFly and Doc Brown from Back to the Future, and The Lego Movie's Chris Pratt (Emmet), Elizabeth Banks (Wyldstyle), Alison Brie (Unikitty), and Charlie Day (Benny) are all back, among others.
As well as playing Emmet, Chris Pratt also plays Jurassic World's Owen Grady, and is joined by Irrfan Khan and other actors from the film. As previously announced, Peter Capaldi is in the game as the 12th Doctor from Doctor Who, while Jenna Coleman plays Clara Oswald and Michelle Gomez plays Missy.
Prolific videogame voice actor Troy Baker plays Batman, and Tara Strong is Harley Quinn, a character she's played in a number of other games before. Porta 2's Stephen Merchant and Ellen McLain, meanwhile, reprise their roles as Wheatley and GLaDOS.
The Lego Dimensions story also introduces a few original characters: X-PO, the game's robot guide, is played by Joel McHale; while the villain, Lord Vortech, is voiced by Gary Oldman.
Additionally, Lego Dimensions' take on Ghostbusters, The Simpsons, The Lord of the Rings and Scooby-Doo will all include original cast members.
Lego Dimensions is Warner Bros and TT Games' take on the popular toys-to-life genre, and will be released on September 30 for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Wii U.
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