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LEGO Dimensions video reveals star-studded voice cast

Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox are going back to the future. Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman are flying across time and space. Ellen McLain and Stephen Merchant are testing for science. And Gary Oldman is trying to take over reality. That's just scratching the surface of LEGO Dimensions' voice acting cast and a new video reveals just who's joining the party.


LEGO Dimensions has already revealed a smorgasbord of beloved nostalgic properties, but the memories won't stop with each world's unique set pieces. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is bringing out the voice acting big guns for the figure-based platformer, even going so far as to reunite some classic voice casts.

At the top of the list is Christopher Lloyd and Michael J. Fox, who will be reprising their roles as Doc Brown and Marty McFly for the Back to the Future stage. Chris Pratt will pull double duty as Owen from Jurassic World and Emmet from The LEGO Movie. Ellen McLain and Stephen Merchant will return to voice the roles of GLaDOS and Wheatley from the Portal games. Doctor Who fans will see Peter Capaldi and Jenna Coleman return to their roles. And of course, central bad guy Lord Vortech needs a powerful voice to match his villainy, so WB has recruited Gary Oldman for the task.

This is just scratching the surface of the game's deep voice cast, so check out the video below to see the whole voice acting roster. LEGO Dimensions is set to hit Xbox One, PlayStation, 4, Wii U, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on September 27.

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