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Following the banner and trailer released yesterday, XBox Entertainment has released even more new photos from their upcoming video game adaptation Halo: Nightfall.
Set between the events of Halo 4 and the upcoming video game Halo 5: Guardians, Halo: Nightfall centers on Jameson Locke (Mike Colter), a surgically-enhanced super solider with the Office of Naval Intelligence (Oni), the most secretive organization on the planet. He is tasked with investigating a terrorist threat, where they discover a deadly alien threat. Take a look at these photos then read on for more information.
Sergio Mimica-Gezzan is directing the digital series from a script by Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring, with Ridley Scott serving as an executive producer through his Scott Free Productions company. The series is said to be similar in scope to the 2012 web series Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, which lead into the Halo 4 video game.
Halo: Nightfall - Season 1: »
To coincide with Comic-Con, Xbox Entertainment has released the first official trailer and banner for their upcoming digital feature Halo: Nightfall! I've got to say… this thing looks extremely cool! This has potential to be a great digital series, and I'm looking forward to checking it out.
The story takes place between the events of Halo 4 and the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians. It stars Mike Colter as Jameson Locke, who is "a surgically-enhanced super soldier who is a rising star in a futuristic Spartan army and troubled by the military industrial complex he inhabits."
Sergio Mimica-Gezzan (Prison Break) is directing the series, which is being produced by Ridley Scott. It’s also targeting a release before the end of 2014. To see more photos and additional information on the series, click here.
- Joey Paur
We’ve already seen a few images from the upcoming digital feature Halo: Nightfall [see here], and coinciding with its panel at the San Diego Comic-Con International today, we’ve now got a banner, as well as some first look footage…
Halo: Nightfall introduces a pivotal new character, Jameson Locke, a legendary manhunter and agent with the Office of Naval Intelligence (Oni), Earth’s most powerful and secretive military branch. When he and his team are caught in a horrific biological attack, they unravel a plot that draws them to an ancient, hellish artifact, where they will be forced to fight for their survival, question everything, and ultimately choose between their loyalties and their lives.
Taking place between the events of Halo 4 and Halo 5: Guardians, Halo: Nightfall is Locke’s origin story which will lend insight and understanding into the character he becomes in Halo 5: Guardians.
Halo: Nightfall is produced »
- Gary Collinson
The upcoming Ridley Scott Halo mini-series has its first trailer, and here it be...
The mini-series, which will be available via Xbox Live, and included in Halo: The Master Chief Edition, depicts events that take place between Halo 4 and the next major instalment, Halo 5: Guardians, due in 2015, and it shows new character, Jameson Locke in action. It revolves around a strange element that can be used to target and kill mankind.
The talent behind the series is impressive. Ridley Scott's attachment will be enough for many, but the series also has Battlestar Galactica director, Sergio Mimica-Gezzan working on it, alongside writer, Paul Scheuring.
“With Halo: Nightfall, we're pioneering a new medium in terms of interactive storytelling on Xbox. It »
Halo: Nightfall is produced by Ridley Scott’s Scott Free Productions, with Prison Break creator Paul Scheuring writing and Sergio Mimica-Gezzan directing. The series is set to be bundled with Halo: The Master Chief Collection later in the year.
The post First images from Halo: Nightfall appeared first on Flickering Myth. »
- Gary Collinson
Locke, who will also be featured in the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians video game, is an agent with the Office of Naval Intelligence (Oni), tasked with leading his team on an expedition to a distant colony to investigate a terrorist operation. However, once they arrive, they are drawn to an ancient and deadly alien artifact. Take a look at the photos, then read on for more details.
Sergio Mimica-Gezzan is directing the digital series, which Mike Colter explained earlier today was shot like a feature film, before it was broken up into segments that will serve as the individual episodes.
Xbox Entertainment has released four photos from their digital series Halo: Nightfall. They features actor Mike Colter, who plays the lead character Agent Locke. This character will also play a major role in the upcoming video game Halo 5: Guardians.
According to Variety, Colter plays "an agent with the Office of Naval Intelligence (Oni) whose team is sent to investigate terrorist activity on a distant colony world and are eventually drawn to an ancient, hellish artifact during their search."
“The script was incredibly gripping. It introduces an intriguing and mysterious world that I wanted to know more about… My favorite experience thus far would be shooting a scene in Belfast where I’m chasing an enemy who poses a serious threat to the »
- Joey Paur
Xbox has posted the first photo from the upcoming Ridley Scott-produced and Sergio Mimica Gezzan-directed digital series “Halo: Nightfall," this one a first look at Agent Locke played by Mike Colter ("The Good Wife," "Zero Dark Thirty").
Locke is agent with the Office of Naval Intelligence (Oni) whose team is sent to investigate terrorist activity on a distant colony world and are eventually drawn to an ancient, hellish artifact during their search. "Prison Break" creator Paul Scheuring penned the script.
Locke reportedly plays a major role in “Halo 5: Guardians,” which releases on Xbox One in 2015. Colter admits he was hesitant at first to sign up to a big franchise, telling Variety:
"It was a new medium for me. Who would the audience be? How would they access the series? Fortunately, ensuring accessibility to a broad audience is one of the things that Scott Free TV and 343 values first and foremost. »
- Garth Franklin
XBox Studios has revealed a first look photo from their upcoming digital TV series Halo: Nightfall, featuring Mike Colter as Locke. The character is an agent with the Office of Naval Intelligence (Oni), who is tasked with investigating terrorist activities on a distant colony with his team, where they are all drawn to an ancient and deadly artifact. Take a look at the new photo from this upcoming series, then read on for more information.
Locke will also be featured in Microsoft and XBox's upcoming video game Halo 5: Guardians, which will be released sometime in 2015. Sergio Mimica-Gezzan (Falling Skies) is directing the live-action series from a script by Paul Scheuring (Prison Break), with Ridley Scott producing through his Scott Free Productions company.
"(The) script was incredibly gripping. It introduces »
I know most of us have no idea who Christina Chong is, but she just landed a role in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: Epiosde VII, so one day you will know. She was last seen on 24: Live Another Day, and landed the lead female role in Sergio Mimica-Gezzan's digital feature project Halo: Nightfall. There's no information at this time on who she will play, but this is obviously a huge deal for her, so congrats! »
- Joey Paur
Chong is a veteran of British TV, having starred in the likes of "Monroe," "Line of Duty," "Whitechapel" and "Doctor Who". She most recently appeared in "24: Live Another Day." [Source: Latino Review]
Alex Kurtzman has pretty much confirmed his old partner's comments from earlier this week that Sony remains undecided about the future of the Spider-Man franchise, namely its spin-offs, at the moment with everything still uncertain:
"Everybody is still figuring it out. It’s all up for grabs, right now. We’re just trying to figure it out. Everything is still on the table, right now. Because it’s a universe outside of the Spider-Man universe, even though it’s connected to it, those movies have to stand on their own. »
- Garth Franklin
No details were given for her character, although it is said to be a minor role. She joins a cast that already includes franchise veterans such as Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Peter Mayhew, Kenny Baker and Anthony Daniels, alongside newcomers such as John Boyega, Daisy Ridley, Adam Driver, Domhnall Gleeson, Lupita Nyong'o, Max von Sydow, Oscar Isaac, Gwendoline Christie and Andy Serkis.
Christina Chong most recently starred in Fox's 24: Live Another Day, and she has also landed a lead role on Sergio Mimica-Gezzan's Halo: Nightfall digital feature. Her feature credits include Johnny English Reborn and W.E.
According to Latino-Review, Christina Chong (who was recently named as the lead actress in Sergio Mimica-Gezzan's live-action Halo: Nightfall) has landed a role in J.J. Abrams' Star Wars Episode VII. There's no word on who she will be playing, but as the production is shooting in the UK, it shouldn't really come as too much of a surprise that they're scooping up a few addition British talents. The site don't have any additional details on who the actress will play, but looking at some of the work she's done in past could indicate that she'll have some action scenes to tackle! We'll be sure to keep you updated, but considering the movie was initially criticised for a lack of women and diversity, they certainly seem to be taking things in the right direction. What do you guys think? »
I'm back in Los Angeles, catching up with sources, and learning some cool tidbits like this one before I head down to comic con next week.
Up and coming actress Christina Chong, who was last seen on 24: Live Another Day and recently bagged the female lead in Sergio Mimica-Gezzan's digital feature project Halo: Nightfall, just joined the cast of Star Wars: Episode VII according to my sources.
At press time I don't know what the role exactly is, but Kellvin is on the prowl, and will update the story with those details once he finds out.
Umberto Gonzalez Rt @Umightbeasucka: I have a # of events on Friday at Sdcc that have asked me for people to attend and I don't have! Message me! Women are easier to get in about 14 hours ago »
- El Mayimbe
Rising star Christina Chong, who can currently be seen on “24: Live Another Day,” will play the female lead in Sergio Mimica-Gezzan's digital feature project “Halo: Nightfall,” TheWrap has learned. Chong joins TV veteran Mike Colter in the live-action project, which hails from 343 Industries, Xbox Entertainment Studios and Scott Free Productions. Also read: Ridley Scott's New ‘Halo’ Digital Project Recruits ‘Battlestar Galactica’ Director (Exclusive) Ridley Scott and Scott Free TV president David Zucker are executive producing “Halo: Nightfall,” which was written by “Prison Break” creator Paul Scheuring. It is completely separate from the “Halo” TV series that Steven Spielberg is producing for. »
- Jeff Sneider
The Halo: Nightfall project has cast its female lead for Sergio Mimica-Gezzan's (Heroes, Under the Dome) digital series produced by Ridley Scott. Christina Chong (24: Live Another Day) will play an unknown role in the upcoming series that is separate from the upcoming Steven Spielberg produced series. The project is part of Microsoft's Master Chief Collection, which is an anniversary edition of previous Halo games. The collection and web-series are set to be released for Xbox »
- Graham McMorrow
Falling Skies' real-world elements are a better hook than its sci-fi fantasy, argues Ron...
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4.2 The Eye
When Karen was a crucial member of the Espheni forces, their lapses in judgment made sense. After all, Karen might have been smart and knew the ways of the human, but she also had all the downfalls of the human, especially her connection to Hal Mason and company. Even with Karen gone, it seems as though the menacing alien collective that has invaded the Earth—skitters, fishheads, bugs, mechs, and mega-mechs—is obsessed with Tom Mason rather than, say, the Volm, their long-time enemies who are aiding the humans in their guerrilla war versus the Eshpheni conquest machine.
Of the many things going on in the show, the least interesting to me has to be the story of Lexi, played as an adult by Scarlett Byrne (Pansy Parkinson »
The project is part of Microsoft's Master Chief Collection, which is an anniversary edition of previous Halo games. The collection and web-series are set to be released for Xbox One in November of this year.
The series is being directed by Sergio Mimica-Gezzan (Heroes, Under the Dome), and the live-action weekly series will center on the life of Master Chief. According to reports it will tie together the first four Halo games and also lay the narrative groundwork for Halo 5.
Steven Spielberg is also producing a separate Halo series that looks like it will end up on Showtime. I'm excited for both of these projects, and I'm confident that both of them will turn out awesome and be something »
- Joey Paur
Microsoft has announced that they will released Halo 5: Guardians for the Xbox One in the fall of 2015. Around the same time they will also release the Halo TV series that is currently being developed by Steven Spielberg!
Showtime is the cable network that is currently talks with Microsoft’s Xbox Entertainment Studios on a partnership for the highly anticipated series. The episodes would air first on the premium cable network first, and then be available to watch on Xbox.
Bonnie Ross, G.M. of 343 Industries had this to say about the game on Xbox News:
"Halo 5: Guardians is a bigger effort than Halo 4. That applies to the content and scope of the game, as well as the technology in what's now a brand new and more powerful engine. Certainly there are some core elements carried over from prior games, but we've invested a huge effort in retooling our »
- Joey Paur
Not to be confused with the Steven Spielberg-produced "Halo" TV series in development, this film is being penned by "Prison Break" creator Paul Scheuring and is expected to debut before the end of the year.
The movie will follow a similar format to the "Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn" web series and follows a 26th century surgically-enhanced super soldier, though not the famed Master Chief of the video game series.
Colter is expected to play Marlowe, a rising star in a futuristic army who is troubled by aspects of the military industrial complex he inhabits. Approaching combat situations with caution and logic, he inspires loyalty in his fellow Spartans.
- Garth Franklin
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