‘Halo’ star Pablo Schreiber has once again stood behind the series’ decision to continually show the Master Chief without his helmet.
Like most fans, ‘Halo’ star Pablo Schreiber believes the series’ decision to give the Master Chief a romantic plot line was “a mistake”.
There are so many popular video game characters that some have come to represent the industry as a whole, achieving iconic status to last forever.
Halo is not a good TV show, and it’s an even worse adaptation. It flirts with the source material to appear genuine, only to pull the rug out from the audience, seemingly on purpose.
Paramount has been championing the wrong causes for too long, most notably with the bastardized fan fiction that is modern Star Trek, but Halo was a chance to test out a completely different model. Instead, they doubled down, went Woke, let the story go to hell, and created another very expensive digital paperweight.
According to Halo star Pablo Schreiber, Master Chief appearing without his helmet was “the only way” viewers can “empathize” with him.
It has been confirmed that Master Chief will reveal his face in Paramount Plus’ live-action Halo TV series.
The Halo TV series’ first teaser trailer focuses on the Paramount Plus exclusive’s diverse secondary cast rather than Master Chief himself.
Showtime have finally revealed a few key details about the upcoming Halo television series including a lead character of the cast.
Halo: Collatoral Damage #2 came roaring back and offered a fun and frantic look into the ongoing Covenant battle from both the surface, and underground.