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Milo Ventimiglia talks about his X-Men Destiny

4:45 PM on 07.25.2011

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

Milo Ventimiglia of Heroes and "Rocky Balboa's son" fame will be lending his pipes to one of the new recruit mutants in the upcoming X-Men Destiny.

Ventimiglia will be voicing Grant, who the actor says "wants to play football" and is a real all-American kind of boy. Unfortunately, he's got mutant powers, which I'd imagine would be an issue in the NFL.

The actor will be joining Jamie Chung and Scott Porter, who are also lending their voices to the game, which is out September 27.

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