Following the news that Vin Diesel is planning a sequel to Chronicles of Riddick: Escape From Butcher Bay, we've received reports that the action star's own videogame development studio, Tigon, is working on a game that puts you in the shoes of a Secret Service agent assigned to the US president.
Even more surprising than two Vin Diesel stories in one day is the fact that Secret Service (working title) is the brainchild of another Hollywood heavyweight, Bryan Singer, director of The Usual Suspects, the X-Men movies and the forthcoming Superman.
Secret Service is described as a character-driven tactical action adventure based on the life of a Secret Service agent. It'll offer players a realistic experience of working at the heart of the agency. Singer developed the idea with Mark Feigin, a former White House staff member assigned to protect President Clinton.
There's no word yet on formats or when we can expect to see Secret Service, but with such high profile names involved with development it'll only be a matter of time before more details emerge.