And Fincher further explained that “we’re hoping to get a piece of material that’s a reason to make a movie, not an excuse to make a movie." Which in turn suggests that that piece of material is not entirely in place yet.
A few months ago the sequel to the 2013 hit had been given up for, well, dead.
launch trailers have grown increasingly complex over the years – ditching gameplay for enormous live-action battlefields as well as attempts to display emotional complexities of the soldiers behind the masks (i.e.
the Titled “Scanned,” the trailer is an action-packed cinematic production that offers a captivating look at the backstory of Master Chief, and provides a glimpse of the new threat he will encounter in “Halo 4.”Similar comments from 343 Studios, about delving into Master Chief’s backstory, drew a mixed response from fans – as many are eager to see the character explored in future installments while others would prefer that John-117 remain a blank slate.
That said, Microsoft knows that , looks to be encouraging and, with Fincher and Miller attached to the latest launch trailer, Microsoft is certainly investing in top-tier talent to help showcase how cool Master Chief would be on the big screen – in addition to serving-up an explosive piece of marketing for “I’m excited about the opportunity to direct the ‘Halo 4’ launch trailer in creative partnership with 343 Industries and David Fincher.
Halo is one of the most iconic sci-fi universes, with a depth that allows for amazingly cinematic and emotionally riveting stories.
Our goal is to deliver a blockbuster, Hollywood-quality trailer that raises the bar for the award-winning legacy of live-action ‘Halo’ storytelling and gets fans stoked for the return of Master Chief.” marketing/entertainment, fans expecting a lot of Fincher influence probably shouldn’t wait on baited breath.“Sony has become family to me and I can’t think of a more thrilling project to celebrate our relationship.Lisbeth Salander is the kind of character any director dreams of bringing to life.We’ve got a great script and now comes the most fun part — finding our Lisbeth.” Steven Knight and Alvarez & Jay Basu penned the script.Scott Rudin, Søren Stærmose, Ole Søndberg, Amy Pascal, Elizabeth Cantillon, Eli Bush, and Berna Levin will produce; the executive producers are Anni Faurbye Fernandez, Line Winther Skyum Funch, Johannes Jensen, and Fincher. Penned by David Lagercrantz, the new book will be the first in the best-selling series to be produced into an English-language film in its initial adaptation.According to insiders, Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson, who costarred in 2008’s “The Other Boleyn Girl,” are among the actresses in the mix to play Lisbeth Salander as Alvarez begins meeting with talent.Johansson vied for the role that eventually went to Rooney Mara in the first film.The previous books in the series have been adapted into Swedish-language films, and “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” was a remake of the Swedish film.It became a global hit for Columbia Pictures, taking in over 0 million worldwide.However, there seems to be undead life in the franchise, after all.A new report in Variety says that production is expected to start early next year with Pitt still attached and an A-list director at the helm.