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It’s hard for me to get to the cinema these days with a four month old, but gosh darn it I’m going to have to make an exception for Pacific Rim with it’s giant mechs and monsters and what not. A new trailer for the movie was released earlier this week and now there’s a pretty slick new poster of the Sydney Harbour Bridge getting torn up.
I can’t remember where I heard this rumour, but someone mentioned to me that the GlaDOS-esque voice in Pacific Rim, voiced by Ellen McLain the same voice actress, was going to be replaced after everyone made a big fuss. But new footage of Guillermo del Toro’s upcoming monster-mech monstrosity has been released and GlaDOS is still there! (Also: the movie still looks great).
Yes, the trailers for the upcoming robots-vs-monsters flick Pacific Rim are pretty awesome. Also awesome: This funny “sweded” version from Dumb Drum.
When Pacific Rim‘s latest trailer (above) went out last month, a lot of people thought, “Wait! I know that voice!” And indeed, it sounds like jax Teller reading from “The Life and Death of Sam Crow” as an enormous sea monster destroys a bridge. Oh yeah, GLaDOS from the Portal series can be heard as well.
In the upcoming Hollywood flick Pacific Rim, actress Rinko Kikuchi is Mako Mori, one of the film’s lead pilots to battle the dreaded kaiju.
As we told you back at New York Comic-Con, Ellen McLain, the voice actor behind Portal’s GlaDOS, has a role in Guillermo Del Toro’s upcoming Pacific Rim. Playing an AI.
Last we heard about Guillermo del Toro’s horror game inSane, it got cut loose from a frantically restructuring THQ. Today at New York Comic-Con, del Toro confirmed that the game is in search of a new development partner. He also revealed that Ellen McClain, beloved as the voice of GLaDOS from Valve’s Portal games, will be heard as the voice of an AI in his next movie.