Tag Archives: Halo Movie
Wed, Apr 10, 2013 | 21:30 BST
Halo may be turned into a movie yet, as acclaimed District 9 director Neill Blomkamp has expressed interest in helming the project, but only if he is given total creative control.
Thu, Apr 19, 2012 | 21:14 BST
Tue, Nov 23, 2010 | 04:43 GMT
Shit just got real.
Mon, Sep 06, 2010 | 10:52 BST
That Halo movie. Completely dead, right? If comments made by 343 Industries boss Frankie O’Connor are indication, it’s as if it hasn’t even entered cardiac arrest.
Thu, Apr 08, 2010 | 19:37 BST
343 Industries’ Frank O’Connor has revealed that a Halo movie will eventually be made, but only when “the time is right”.
Thu, Mar 25, 2010 | 01:22 GMT
On the list of no-brainers that still haven’t happened for some reason, the Halo movie is second only to cars that drive themselves, hover technology sophisticated enough to power hoverboards like those seen in Back to the Future, and, well, a Final Fantasy VII remake.
Done screaming into a pillow yet? Ok, good.
So, what’s the missing piece of the Halo movie puzzle? Well, while he may be a teensy bit biased, Bungie’s Brian Jarrard’s pretty sure it’s Halo: Reach.
Tue, Aug 11, 2009 | 21:05 BST
Microsoft has responded to rumors posted on Saturday regarding Steven Spielberg being interested in the Halo movie.
According to a spokesperson speaking to Kotaku, so that it can focus on Halo 3: ODST and Reach, Microsoft has put the film on hold.
“We’re glad there’s still a lot of enthusiasm in the entertainment industry surrounding the idea of a Halo movie. That said, the Halo feature film remains on hold as we focus on projects like Halo 3: ODST and Halo: Reach.”
Originally, IESB was reporting that a source close to the site claimed Stuart Beattie had been shopping around his Halo: Fall of Reach script and Steven Spielberg had his eyes on it.
Sat, Aug 08, 2009 | 19:34 BST
Stuart Beattie has been shopping around his Halo: Fall of Reach script and according to a report over on IESB, none other than Steven Spielberg has his eyes on it.
According to the the site:
“IESB has learned exclusively (believe me this is solid and I’ve confirmed it three times over with studio executives and our close ties to CAA) that one of the biggest producers in Hollywood history is currently in active negotiations to develop the feature film adaptation and no it’s not Jerry Bruckheimer or Peter Jackson. It’s the man behind Jaws, E.T., Indiana Jones and Transformers, Mr. Steven Spielberg.
Spielberg is blown away by writer Stuart Beattie’s take on the game in his script entitled HALO THE FALL OF REACH. This coupled with the fact that his Dreamworks umbrella is looking for a big tent pole to help launch their newly independent studio with distribution over at Walt Disney Pictures after losing Transformers to Paramount in the separation, it’s the perfect combination.”
Keep this as a rumor until we hear something different, and since the IESB site is currently down, big thanks to Kokugamer for the link.
Sat, Jul 18, 2009 | 14:59 BST
Having read every book, graphic novel and played every game with the word “Halo” in it, Stuart Beattie believes that the series is this generation’s Star Wars.
Speaking with Sci Fi Wire, Beattie told the site that he has written a screenplay for the Fall of Reach, which was novelized by Eric Nylund, and is showing the script around to producers and Microsoft.
“I just think it’s an amazing story about this child that no one cares about and who cares for no one else, who kind of ends up saving all of humanity,” Beattie said. “So I just started calling, because I really believe a Halo movie would just be awesome, especially this Halo movie.
“I firmly believe that the first Halo movie needs to be the Fall of Reach story, because it sets up all the characters, the world, the Covenant, the big struggle between mankind and the aliens, all that stuff,” he said. “So that’s where my money is.
“It’s not something I can direct right now, because it’s a big $100 million-plus film Maybe in a few years, if things work, maybe one day, two or three movies later, I can get the reins of that and maybe direct that, because I would just love to see a Halo movie up there on screen. It’s magnificent.”
“It’s massive,” he said. “It’s like our generation’s Star Wars. The whole Halo nation that’s out there, and a 100,000-year history of the Halo universe, it’s just breathtaking and so much fun to play in that sandbox. I’ve read every book, played every game, every graphic novel. It’s just a fun world to be in.”
Stuart Beattie is the fella behind the scripts for Pirates of the Caribbean and G.I. Joe: The Rise of the Cobra.