It seems video games are getting so big in popularity that film stars just can't stay away. This time it's Christopher Lee and Heather Graham. Both have signed up to do voice overs for Ubisoft's Everquest II due out later this year.

The pair will be recording dialogue and lending characteristic qualities to their virtual alter-egos. Lee will voice Lucan D'Lere, the 1000-year-old overlord of the evil city of Freeport. Graham will play the part of Antonia Bayle, Queen of Qeynos and leader of the forces of good.

The game will feature more than 130 hours of spoken dialog, the equivalent of more than 65 feature films worth of content.

EverQuest II is scheduled for a simultaneous release in North America and Europe later in the year.