Halo TV series gets a first teaser trailer
First revealed by Steven Spielberg method back at E3 2013, the Halo television series is lastly here — and there’s a trailer to show it. However don’t anticipate much; Microsoft and Paramount used just a quick, 27-second teaser of live-action Master Chief on Monday.
Initially set to air on Showtime, the Paramount Plus special comes from Halo designer 343 Industries and Spielberg’s Amblin Tv. A trailer for the series displays the series’ effects-driven phenomenon and a lot of identifiable iconography, consisting of Master Chief, as depicted by Pablo Schreiber of Orange Is the New Black.
Along with Schrieber, Jen Taylor will presume her function from the video games as the innovative expert system Cortana, who typically acts as a consultant to series lead character Master Chief. Bokeem Woodbine (Fargo, Spider-Man: Homecoming) will play Soren-066, referred to as a “morally complex privateer at the fringes of human civilization whose fate will bring him into conflict with his former military masters and his old friend, the Master Chief.” Soren-066 appeared briefly in Halo canon in the narrative “Pariah” from the Halo: Advancements collection.
The Halo television series will likewise present 3 initial Spartans, played by stars Bentley Kalu (Avengers: Age of Ultron), Natasha Culzac (The Witcher), and Kate Kennedy (Disaster). From the initial Showtime statement:
The series will likewise present 3 brand new characters to the Halo universe. British star Kalu will play Simple Vannak-134, a cybernetically increased supersoldier conscripted at youth who acts as the defacto deputy to the Master Chief. British starlet Culzac will star in the function of Spartan Riz-028 – a focused, expert and fatal, cybernetically improved eliminating device. Kennedy stars as Spartan Kai-125, a brand new bold, curious and fatal Spartan supersoldier. Yerin Ha was formerly revealed playing the brand-new character Kwan Ha, a wise, adventurous 16-year-old from the Outer Colonies who satisfies Master Chief at an eventful time for them both.
Halo is executive-produced by Kyle Killen (Awake, Lone Star) and Steven Kane (The Last Ship, The Closer), who likewise work as co-showrunners. Otto Bathurst (Black Mirror, Robin Hood) directed the pilot and numerous episodes of the nine-episode series.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.