July 22, 2011 at 2:27 PM ET
It looks like a lover's triangle might taking flight in "Batman: Arkham City." Warner Bros. revealed at Comic Con 2011 that ABC's "Castle" star Stana Katic will provide the voice for Talia al Ghul in the new Batman game. "Talia is such a complex character and it was great to voice her in Batman: Arkham City,"Katic said in a press release. "I was amazed at all the detail put into the project and it’s great to see how excited the fans are about the game."
"Castle" isn't a show geeks like me normally watch but "Firefly" alum Nathan Fillion (the captain in "Firefly" and "Serenity," the movie) is the star of the show and many are campaigning for him to be the lead in the movie version of the "Uncharted" series.
Stana Katic herself does seem like a solid fit for the character of Talia, who is the daughter of Ra's al Ghul (Liam Neeson played him in Batman Begins the movie) and a love interest of the Dark Knight. You might also remember Stana from the very last scene of "James Bond: Quantum of Solace." "Batman: Arkham Asylum" received a 9.5 from In-Game, so expectations are very high for the sequel.
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