Discussion in 'Movies & TV' started by masterchief98, Oct 1, 2008.
lol yeah the trailer was probably the halo 3 promo...
glad i helped btw.
I saw a trailer on youtube. It was supposed to come out sometime in September but they are delaying it to a unknown date next year. Hopefully it won't be at the END of next year. I don't like Halo that much but I think a movie for it will be awesome just because the storyline in the game is awesome.
i like the storyline of halo 2 better though
spartan arent they all the same storyline. save the world kill the covenent defeat the flood blow up the rings?
I really apreciate your hep thanks
red vs blue you mean lol
The only good thing about halo is Arby n' the Chief.
IMO master cheif sucks at halo 3 is the best on youtube
I'm sure there's millions of Halo fans willing to disagree with that..
all the trailers are fan-made. as for the movie there still debating on a few things.
1) the director
3) which screenplay to use as there is many.
5) actually starting production because it was supposed to come out summer of '08 but there was a strike and they had to postpone it.
potential directors as far as i know are: peter jackson, guillermo del toro and some russian guy.
Im sure if they could actually make a halo movei the special effects would be off the hook!
AL trailers fanmade they tired to but the ycanceled it i hear
What Say You?: Spielberg Gets Halo'd
With the Beard reportedly producing the Halo movie, we ask your thoughts on the troubled flick.
by Jesse Schedeen
August 10, 2009 - There's no denying that as of late it's been a good time to be a Halo fan, what with two new games on the way and various novels, comics, and action figures hitting stores on a consistent basis. Halo is even crossing over into the world of anime with Halo Legends.
But one medium the franchise has consistently stumbled in is cinema. Various studios and would-be producers have attempted to get a Halo film off the ground almost since the first game debuted in 2001. For a long time, Lord of the Rings director Peter Jackson was attached as executive producer. Once that fell through, fans pretty much gave up on a Halo movie ever seeing the light of day.
But now they might have new reason to be excited. As we reported on Friday, Steven Spielberg is now attached to the project as a producer. What's more Spielberg is reportedly very impressed with the current Stuart Beattie-penned script, which adapts the prequel story The Fall of Reach into movie form.
cant wait to see wwhat happens!
Right now their still deciding what script to use.. their pretty close to starting production though. So lets say we got 7 weeks of prep for something this big then filming for bout 42 days... post will take 3 months cause of the spec effects and putting all the scenes together. prob will come out around the fall or 2010
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