It seems that Paramount Plus also just revealed two new trailers for the much-awaited live-action Halo series, revealing the first approaching on 24th March 2022.
The first video indicates a one-minute teaser that shows such previews the longer trailer originally set to debut during tonight’s AFC championship game in between the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals and it just flashes in between clips of the live-action series and both the teams on the field. It seems that at around 52 second mark you also can hear the announcer state the fast time fixed release date.
After such no longer trailer air during the AFC game, Paramount appears to release it early. It is definitely a much meatier trailer than the release of the brief trailer last year and provides us with a more detailed glimpse with the possible storyline that does not seem to follow any of the specific arcs from the games themselves. We also just get the first look at Master Chief’s AI assistant, Cortana like the Elites.
The Halo show features Pablo Schreiber of American Gods as Master Chief with Jen Taylor just taking on the familiar role of Cortana as she has been voiced since the release of the first Halo game in 2001. Natasha McElhone who was the original cast for playing Cortana will feature as the brilliant Dr. Catherine Halsey.
It seems that the live-action Halo was first declared in 2018 as a Showtime series later it become a Paramount Plus exclusive. When it was just originally set to debut in 2021 the delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic just pushed back the release date of the show until 2022.
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