- How to stream Mexico vs. Brazil live in the U-17 World Cup final 6 Years Ago
- Influencer gets prison time for performing illegal cosmetic procedures on followers Saturday 5:13 PM
- Parent immediately regrets baby monitor after seeing ‘possessed’ baby Saturday 3:53 PM
- Buttigieg used Kenyan stock photo to promote plan for Black America Saturday 2:29 PM
- Disney+ is the best streaming service for families available today Saturday 1:43 PM
- Netflix to amend Nazi docuseries after being accused of rewriting history Saturday 1:09 PM
- Everything you need to know about TikTok Saturday 1:00 PM
- Screaming drummer girl steals hearts with passionate Nirvana cover Saturday 12:50 PM
- The Kardashians receiving backlash for food fight Instagram post Saturday 10:26 AM
- How to stream Artem Lobov vs. Jason Knight in BKFC Saturday 9:00 AM
- Lizzo sued by Postmates runner she accused of stealing her food Saturday 8:39 AM
- How to stream Jan Blachowicz vs. Ronaldo ‘Jacare’ Souza on UFC Fight Night Saturday 8:00 AM
- How to watch Georgia vs. Auburn live Saturday 6:30 AM
- How to stream Navy vs. Notre Dame live Saturday 3:30 AM
- The actor who played Greedo is just as confused by ‘maclunkey’ as you are Friday 4:57 PM
Yes, that’s Kevin Spacey in the new ‘Call of Duty’ trailer
It certainly looks and sounds like him.
Call of Duty fans have come to expect a lot from trailers teasing the latest iteration of the hit shooting franchise: gaint explosions, war dog cameos. The more recent games have even dabbled in some science fiction.
But first, let’s take a look at the trailer for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare.
Good? Now here’s a close up of Spacey looking just as menacing in virtual form as he does on House of Cards.
If that image wasn’t enough of a hint, Yahoo examined a leaked sound file of Spacey speaking in-game. The trailer wasn’t supposed to drop until May 4, but fans ended up getting an early present from Activision.
Originally, people thought that it might have been something from House of Cards, but the sound bite is missing Frank Underwood’s southern drawl.
Advanced Warfare comes out on Nov. 4, but don’t expect to see Underwood, who is a fan of Call of Duty and God of War, playing it anytime soon lest House of Cards wants to break the fourth wall.
Photo via CALLOFDUTY/YouTube
Michelle Jaworski is a staff writer and the resident Game of Thrones expert at the Daily Dot. She covers entertainment, geek culture, and pop culture and has brought her knowledge to conventions like Con of Thrones. She is based in New Jersey.