2 items from 2012
Halo 4 releases on November 6, 2012, and in anticipation of the adventure to come, we sat down with motion capture actress Mackenzie Mason, who portrays Cortana in Halo 4, to learn a bit more about the title and the challenges of her role.
Cortana is an artificial intelligence assistant who has played a critical role in the Human-Covenant war. This blue siren captures the heart of the iconic Master Chief in Halo 4. Read on to check out our interview with the beautiful Cortana, Mackenzie Mason, and learn more!
Amanda Dyar: For the upcoming release of Halo 4, you were brought in to perform all of the motion capture for the character of Cortana. What was it like to come on to such a huge project as Halo 4, and how much pressure did you feel for playing such an established and beloved character as Cortana?
MacKenzie Mason: It was so exciting! I think »
- Amanda Dyar
The staff of King's College hospital in south-east London have been transformed into television stars by the success of 24 Hours in A&E, Channel 4's excellent observational documentary about life in the hospital's emergency department.
But what would the staff make of that other kind of hospital show – the continuing dramas that have long punctuated daytime and evening schedules? We asked some of them to watch last week's episode of Holby City (you can catch up with it on iPlayer here) and give us their thoughts. Do hospital soaps bear any relation to real life? Would nurses want to watch them even if they did? Here's what the King's staff made of it …
Briony Sloper, deputy divisional manager for trauma and »
2 items from 2012
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