The 2021 Game Awards brings plenty of exciting news for gamers, but it stretches beyond video games with the first trailer for Paramount+ by Halo TV series adaptation. Halo from Steven Spielbergof Amblin Television, has worked with the show for nearly a decade.
The intro did a great job of presenting it Halo universe for those who may have never gotten into the iconic video game franchise. Set in the 26th century, the series is set at a time in history when humanity is entangled in an intergalactic war against an alien threat known as the Covenant. To win the war, the brilliant scientist, Dr. Halsey (Natascha McElhone) created the Spartans, super-soldiers genetically and technologically enhanced to improve their physical and mental abilities. The film continues the story of Master Chief Spartan John-117 (Pablo Schreiber), commander of a unified Spartan.
The Halo The series was originally announced in 2013 as part of Xbox’s multimedia content production efforts. Unfortunately, Xbox Entertainment Studios closed the store in 2014, which resulted in the series being picked up by Showtime. It took Showtime four years to reveal the first season of 10 expensive episodes of Halo back in 2018. It wasn’t the end of Master Chief’s long journey into television, though, as the show was only halfway into production when the pandemic broke out and caused a delay. is different. At the beginning of this year, Halo change owner again, as the series was exchanged for Paramount+.
HaloThe cast also includes Jen Taylor, Shabana Azmi, Natasha Culzac, Olive Gray, Yerin Ha, Bentley Kalu, Kate Kennedy, Charlie Murphy, Danny Sapani, and Bokeem Woodbine. Halo was filmed in Budapest in 2021, finally making fans’ dreams of seeing the complex story of the off-Xbox adapted game franchise come true.
Darryl Frank, Justin Falveyand executive producer Spielberg Halo for Amblin Television with Steven Kane, manager Otto Bathurst and Toby Leslie for One Big Picture, and Kyle Killen and Scott Pennington for Chapter Eleven. Kiki Wolfkill, Frank O’Connor, and Bonnie Ross serves as an executive producer for 343 Industries.
The Halo the series will premiere exclusively on Paramount+ in early 2022. Check out the new trailer and poster below:
Replayability is coming in the future, but no date has been announced yet.
About the author
https://collider.com/halo-tv-show-trailer-master-chief-paramount-plus/ Halo TV Show Trailer Introduces Master Chief to Live-Action for Paramount +