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Beyond: Two Souls Puts Ellen Page Underwater

Posted on Thursday, July 12 @ 17:10:46 Eastern by

David Cage and Quantic Dream just wrapped up their Comic-Con panel on Beyond: Two Souls. In-game star Ellen Page joined them at the panel and spoke briefly about the job.

As a video of Page in full-motion-capture suit, seated on a bucket in reclining position played for attendees, the dream within a dream girl said "And that's the submarine. Oh, shit-." Beyond lead quickly explained that the actress was "incredible" to work with.

Beyond: Two Souls apparently required 10 months and 160 actors to film, with a year of writing spent on the script by David Cage himself. Beyond is scheduled for a 2013 release on PS3. Read our E3 preview here.
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