Edge Interview: Lev Chapelsky

As games productions become larger, so too do the names they're able to feature on their cast lists. But how does a game developer get hold of a filmstar to provide voice-work for it? The answer is a company like Blindlight, which acquires Hollywood talent for games, including voice acting, scriptwriting and music. Lev Chapelsky, general manager of the Hollywood-based firm explains how the movie world's relationship is being affected by recession, what a big celebrity really brings to the quality of a game and how he couldn't get Bill Clinton to appear in Fallout 3. But he won't quite reveal how he managed to convince Mickey Rourke to work on some videogame directly after getting his Oscar for The Wrestler...

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