I didn't know that much, but in my experience, it was a blessing to go in and create my take on him.I'm excited for it, to say the least." In the Disney film John Carter, based on Edgar Rice Burroughs's sword-and-sandal novel A Princess of Mars, he played the title character, a Confederate soldier who is transported to Mars.Berg said the “Advanced Warfare” is aimed at the fans of the long-running “Call of Duty” series that’s one of Activision’s billion-dollar franchises.“I think it’s for the fans, but going and getting new fans is never a bad idea,” Berg said.For five seasons, Kitsch portrayed the role of Tim Riggins, a high school student who is the fullback/running back of the Dillon Panthers.He played Pogue Parry in The Covenant, alongside Steven Strait, Sebastian Stan, Laura Ramsey, Toby Hemingway, Jessica Lucas, and Chace Crawford.Kitsch was cast because he “is one of those rare actors who delivers raw power, with an approachable sensibility that rings true to this game and the ‘Call of Duty’ franchise,” Ellis said.
It's only once he gets near that I realize it's a motorcycle helmet, but worn like a backward baseball cap, pushed off his face and up on his crown.
Adds Ellis: “The launch spot reminds the ‘Call of Duty’ faithful why we’re their brand and welcomes new players into the family,” Ellis said.
“It’s about getting people excited and talking about the game.
“These guys (at Activision and 72and Sunny) want to go bigger than anyone else.
They lay out a real challenge to anyone who works with them.