The long-awaited show, based on the blockbuster game, premieres on March 24.
This is the right time for movie/TV fans who also love video games. The long-running “Uncharted” is in theaters next month, and in March, one of the biggest video games of all time hits the small screen. Hollywood has tried to adjust”Halo, ” Blockbuster sci-fi video game, for many years. After several false starts, Paramount+ is gearing up to release a new TV series based on the game. The ambitious series was originally developed for Showtime, but will now come to fans via Paramount’s flagship streaming service. Today, Paramount+ released a trailer for the new show, giving fans their best look at the live-action Master Chief and the show’s attempt to recreate the world of video games.
According to an official synopsis, the series follows “an epic 26th-century conflict between humanity and an alien threat known as the Covenant, HALO the series will weave individual stories. deeply multiplied with action, adventure and a rich vision of the future.” The stars of the show Pablo Schreiber as the iconic Master Chief, and Jen Taylor reprises her Cortana role in the video game series. “Halo” also stars Bokeem Woodbine (Soren-066), Shabana Azmi (Admiral Margaret Parangosky), Natasha Culzac (Riz-028), Olive Gray (Miranda Keyes), Yerin Ha (Kwan Ha Boo), Bentley Kalu (Vannak-134), Kate Kennedy (Kai-125), Charlie Murphy (Makee) and Danny Sapani (Captain Jacob Keyes). The series was developed by Kyle Killen and Steven Kane. The first two episodes were directed by Otto Bathurst, best known from his other television work as “Black Mirror” and “Peaky Blinders”.
The series’ premiere marks the culmination of a decades-long effort to transform the massive video game assets into a feature film or TV series. Various iterations have been developed since the 2001 release of the original “Halo” game, with filmmakers ranging from Peter Jackson to Alex Garland, Neill Blomkamp to Steven Spielberg all involved at the time. this or that time. After years of stopping and starting an adaptation, the series is finally complete and will be available to stream next month.
“Halo” is scheduled to premiere on Paramount+ on March 24. See the full trailer below.
https://www.indiewire.com/2022/01/halo-trailer-master-chief-covenant-release-date-1234695201/ ‘Halo’ trailer reveals Master Chief, Covenant and release date