Filmmaker John Milius has long been a favorite of the action fans. As a director he’s been behind such violence-heavy adventures as "Conan the Barbarian" and "Red Dawn," plus the guy wrote "Extreme Prejudice," "Clear and Present Danger," and even "Apocalypse Now"! So who better than the 70-year old filmmaker to help write the next installment of Electronic Arts’ resoundingly popular "Medal of Honor" video game series? Milius is helping to create a truly realistic battle simulation, and that means a strong focus on historical accuracy. This latest entry in the "Medal of Honor" series of games is due for release this summer, and the story "follows a U.S. Army officer trying to track down a deadly new Nazi weapon as he travels through several of World War II’s best known European battles." And if EA ever decides to turn "Medal of Honor" into a feature film, they could do a LOT worse than to hire Mr. Milius again!