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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.
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