Kevin Spacey's next big role won't at your local theater or on NetFlix – it will be on your Playstation.
A trailer for the upcoming Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare features Spacey as a powerful politician, not unlike his role as Frank Underwood in House of Cards, delivering a monologue on democracy.
"Democracy, democracy, democracy is not what these people need, hell it's not even what they want," Spacey's character says during scenes of war. "America has been trying to install democracy into nations for a century and it hasn't worked one time. These countries don't have the basic building blocks to support a democracy."
The computer model looks eerily lifelike as it strides around a control room and says, "Little things like we ought to be tolerant of those who disagree with us. We ought to be tolerant of those who worship a different god than us; that a journalist ought to be able to disagree with the President.
"And you think you can just march into these countries based on some fundamentalist, religious principle, drop a few bombs, topple a dictator, and start a democracy? Give me a break."
Rumors suggest Spacey will be playing the main antagonist, a powerful politician who uses a private army to overthrow the government and further his own ideals. The soldiers in the game use futuristic technology such as hoverbikes and gloves that allow them to scale walls.
With the tagline "Power Changes Everything," the trailer also announced Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare will be released on November 4, 2014.