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 Jun 08, 2005 - 03:00 PM - by Michael
* Halo, the movie?

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Seems obvious enough, but Microsoft wants to give it a try.

Receptionists at most major studios reportedly got a shock with their morning coffee yesterday. According to Variety (subscription required), all the major movie studios' Hollywood offices were visited on Monday by messengers dressed as the Master Chief, the armored hero of the Halo games.

According to the film-industry trade, the costumed couriers presented each studio with a script for a movie adaptation of Halo. The script was penned by screenwriter Alex Garland (28 Days Later, The Beach), who was reportedly paid $1 million for his services.
All of a sudden I don't care about the movie - I just want one of those costumes for next halloween.
 

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