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Eliza Dushku Getting WET?

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Eliza Dushku, that ok  looking bird from Buffy and Dollhouse lent her voice to A2M’s WET, their grindhouse, Tarantino-esque third-person action game.

She played Rubi, a non-nonsense mercenary in a game inspired by film – that may end up the inspiration for film itself. In an interview with MTV, Dushku talked of the possibility of WET becoming a feature film.

“This video game ‘Wet’ I just did, she’s got a working class Lara Croft thing going on, and she’s pretty kick ass. She travels the globe, she’s in Hong Kong and she’s in the UK and she’s a gun for hire and she’s got two samurai swords. She’s pretty vicious. So that’s been something that maybe could turn into a live-action Dushku vehicle."

A WET Eliza Dushku vehicle? That’s something I’d be more than happy to ride.

Source : MTV’s Multiplayer Blog

Last Updated: October 9, 2009


  1. janrik

    October 9, 2009 at 15:45

    I would pre-order that in HD today…! :wub:


  2. Someone

    October 9, 2009 at 16:38

    I really enjoyed this game.
    I’d def watch the Movie.


  3. Milesh Bhana

    October 9, 2009 at 18:13

    I like Eliza Dushku, i like what i’ve seen of the game. A Wet movie would be too similar (and hence a poor copy of) Kill Bill.


  4. Flamebaitboy

    October 9, 2009 at 23:28

    “Eliza Dushku, that ok looking bird from Buffy and Dollhouse” Bad mouthing anything relating to the Whedonverse makes us enemies for life.

    “A WET Eliza Dushku vehicle? That’s something I’d be more than happy to ride.” Contradicting yourself – priceless.

    PS I used a big word and please don’t check the spelling….


  5. Geoff

    October 9, 2009 at 23:34

    Actually, that “ok” was italicised for a reason. It was a joke. Any bloke who really thinks Eliza Dushku is just “ok” looking is stuck in the closet.


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