VIDEO: gen:LOCK Teaser #4 - David Tennant's Doc Introduces New Recruits For Earth's Last Stand



David Tennant is back as another Doctor in Rooster Teeth's newest animated series gen:LOCK, launching in January. This time he's voicing Dr. Rufus 'Doc' Weller, head of the Experimental Science Unit for Earth's last free society, the losing side in a massive global war.

In the mecha anime, Doc has developed the next generation of gigantic weaponised robots and is responsible for recruiting a team to pilot them. The latest clip features David Tennant and Monica Rial as Colonel Marin and sees the introduction of two new recruits: former Ukrainian agent
Valentina “Val” Romanyszyn, to be voiced by Asia Kate Dillon, and Robert Sinclair , an experienced American ranger who will be voiced by Blaine Gibson.

Watch the clip here:


Michael B Jordan stars as lead character Julian Chase, one of the diverse group of young pilots controlling the gigantic mecha. The cast also includes Maisie Williams, Dakota Fanning, Kōichi Yamadera, Golshifteh Farahani and series creator Gray G. Haddock, head of Rooster Teeth Animation. genLOCK is being co-produced by Jordan through his own company Outlier Society Productions.

Set for release on 26th January 2018, gen:LOCK will premiere exclusively on Rooster Teeth's online subscription network FIRST via www.roosterteeth.com. FIRST is available on a free 30 day trial but then costs $4.99 per month.



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