The brand new official trailer for Paramount’s upcoming release Halo The TV series was revealed at half-time during the AFC Championship game this weekend. Master Chief, along with a few of his main characters from the popular video game series, will finally hit the small screen this year. Compared to previous teasers released over the past few months, this brand new trailer definitely reveals some epic footage from the highly anticipated TV series. You can check out the full official trailer for the upcoming Halo TV series below.
While much of the previous promotional material has primarily focused on Master Chief’s iconic helmet rather than his entire costume, the latest official trailer finally gives fans a much better look at what’s to come. late this year. The trailer also gives us a sample of the show’s version of Cortana, played by Jen Taylor, who is also the same voice actress from the video game series.
Originally slated to launch on Showtime in 2015 with Stephen Spielberg at the helm as producer, plans for the Halo the TV series got pushed back several times until they finally landed at Paramount. the original Halo The video game trilogy was first developed by Bungie and published by Microsoft Game Studios with Halo: Advanced Combat in 2001, followed by Halo 2 in 2004 and Halo 3 in 2007. After a number of spin-off video games, Bungie would later leave the franchise in 2012, with 343 Industries as a developer ever since.
The Halo TV Series Won’t Be Canon
While the Halo universe continues to expand, it has been confirmed that the TV series timeline will not be canon for video games. In a video posted on Twitter (via Halopedia), executive producer Kiki Wolfkill says the decision should be good for both universes. Hello, Silver Timeline. “We call it the Halo Silver timeline to differentiate it from the main canon,” Wolfkill said. “By protecting both the main canon and protecting the television story, and by that I mean being able to give us the chance to evolve both and for both to be what they need to be. for their mediums without colliding with each other.”
Halo is an upcoming American military science fiction television series based on the video game franchise of the same name. The series’ current synopsis reveals that it will follow “an epic 26th century conflict between humanity and an alien menace known as the Covenant.” Halo will weave deeply drawn personal stories with action, adventure and a richly imagined vision of the future.”
the Halo The series will star Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief Petty Officer John-117, Natascha McElhone as Dr. Catherine Halsey (scientist for the UNSC and creator of Project Spartan-II), Yerin Ha as Kwan Ha, Charlie Murphy as Makee, Shabana Azmi as Admiral Margaret Parangosky (Director of ONI), Bokeem Woodbine as Soren-066, Olive Gray as Miranda Keyes, Kate Kennedy as Kai-125, Natasha Culzac as Riz-028, Bentley Kalu as Vannal-134, Danny Sapani as Captain Jacob Keyes, and Jen Taylor as Cortana (an artificial intelligence AI construct).
Halo will be available to stream on Paramount+ on March 24. The upcoming TV series will feature a total of 9 episodes with running times of around 50-60 minutes. Currently, Halo has an estimated budget of $200 million, with episodes directed by Otto Bathurst, Jonathan Liebesman, MJ Bassett, Roel Reine and Jet Wilkinson. There are already talks for a second season, but the series has not yet been officially renewed.
Eternals’ special effects were up to the usual Marvel standard, until a somewhat dodgy post-credits introduction.
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