- Dragon Age Inquisition Delayed to November
- Assassin's Creed Unity Experience Trailer
- Gearbox Promises Borderlands 3 Will Happen
- Facebook Officially Owns Oculus Rift
- Riot Games Clearing Out Toxic League of Legends Players
- No Plans for Spec Ops: The Line Sequel
- REVIEW: The Wolf Among Us
- Halo Composer Triumphs in Legal Battle Against Bungie
- Mornin '14
- Activision Announces Skylanders Trap Team Dark Edition
- Doom 4 Reveal Aims to Stop Negative id Chatter
- Destiny Beta Offline Until July 23rd
- Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty Launch Trailer
- New Photo Mode for The Last of Us Remastered is a Day One Patch
- Dark Souls 2 Gets Colossal Patch
- Naughty Dog Says Not Creating a The Last of Us Sequel Would be a 'Disservice'
- Maxis Job Ad Mentions New Project
- Watch Dogs Best-Seller in UK... Once More
- Assassin's Creed Unity
Assassin\'s Creed Unity Experience Trailer 1 New Engine, New Gameplay
- Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty
- The Walking Dead: A Telltale Game Series - Season 2
The Walking Dead Season Two Episode 4 Trailer, Amid the Ruins
- Hyrule Warriors
Hyrule Warriors Zelda Wind Waker Trailer
- The Long Dark
Neill Blomkamp could be continuing down a familiar road. The guy who rose to fame after directing a series of impressive shorts based on Halo, has since gone to direct full movies like District 9 and Elysium.
While there's still no official confirmation on this, Latino-Review has the scoop, from "trusted sources" that there's a good chance the young director might be devoting his time to a Halo TV show produced by Xbox Entertainment Studios and Steven Spielberg.
In April 2013 Blomkamp spoke a bit about Halo. "I still really love the world and the universe and the mythology of Halo. If I was given control, I would really like to do that film," he said.
Halo should have been turned into a movie all those years ago, albeit it all went to shit following that whole debacle with Universal and MS.
Now, I've just lost interest, especially for a whole series of Halo-based stories.
|COMMENTS PAGE 1|
BACK TO TOP