post-34191.jpgNow if you were cornered in a dark alley and could be face to face with either King Leonidas or Dexter, who would you rather try to defend yourself from? On one hand you have King Leonidas with a badass shield, a spear longer than your body and a six pack that your wife would actually grab without you having to ask for it. On the other hand you have a serial killing forensics expert that could totally kill you and have the smarts to make the crime scene look like you cut yourself up into hundreds of pieces during a suicide attempt. So who would you rather rumble with?

The point of the rant is that CHUD just reported that our good friend Brian Taylor, and his partner in crime Mark Neveldine, have sealed the deal in casting 300‘s Gerard Butler and “Dexter” star Michael C. Hall in their newest film titled Game. Taylor and Neveldine obviously like video games if Crank was any indication. The film is basically about a multiplayer video game in which Butler and Hall square off with murderous circumstances.

By the way if you haven’t checked “Dexter” out, please order Showtime or buy the damn DVD. It is totally worth it.

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