Four and a half years ago, Microsoft announced a live-action Halo TV series in growth during wire network Showtime, corroborated by Steven Spielberg as an executive producer.
Four and a half years later, we’ve not listened anything else.
If it feels like a prolonged time ago – that’s since it is. It’s before Halo: The Master Chief Collection arrived and had all those issues, before Halo 5, and prolonged before Halo Wars 2.
Step adult Showtime trainer David Nevins, who has this week pronounced a Halo TV plan is – in fact – not dead.
“[It] is positively still in development, still relocating brazen and I’m speedy by what we’ve seen so far,” Nevins told TV Guide.
“It’s still live action, and it will really prove a fans of Halo and we consider also prove a play audiences of Showtime.”
But detached from mentioning he had also seen scripts, that was all Levine could contend on a matter.
The plan was announced behind during E3 2013, when Halo trainer Bonnie Ross introduced this video of Spielberg articulate about his adore of personification Pong:
If it has survived this long, could a plan still get reannounced alongside Halo 6? Perhaps Microsoft is simply watchful for a opening in Chris Pratt’s schedule?
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