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Halo The Movie Anybody?

Would you like to see it made?

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Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 8:03am

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What do you all think about this?

http://filmforce.ign.com/articles/567/567654p1.html

Check out some of the other games that are in talks as well.
(It'd be pretty sweet if they did Silent Hill and Tekken right.) I didnt even know that John Woo signed to do Rainbow Six movie. That could be huge.
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Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 8:30am

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I don't think you can justify making a film based off the sales of the game it's to be based on, but I'd be interested in seeing where this goes.

They would definitely have to do something a lot different story-wise from the games. Sure, the two games have pretty interesting and engaging stories, but video game story-lines usually don't transfer well to the big screen without some major tweaking.

It would be cool if they had a flashback-type scene that would explain the Master Chiefs origins.

It could possibly work into the plots of the games. Perhaps in an "Enter the Matrix"-esque fashion, or something similar in the way the game and the movies worked off the same plot but gave different perspectives.

Well, it's just all talk now, but should be cool if Ridley Scott can pull it off... and I haven't really seen enough of his work to sway me in any particular direction.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 8:41am

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Sounds like the Silent Hill movie is based on Silent Hill 2.

That's what we were gonna do. Awesome.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 10:49am

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I read about this last week...Ridley Scott, when he's on form, is an astonishingly good director. Couple him with the right material, and he can work absolute wonders.

As orion said, turning a game into a movie because it sold well is absurd. Games are not movies. Just because a game does well, does not mean that a movie will do well. In the case of Halo, for example, what I have seen of it looks very b-movie/straight-to-video. In the world of games this is fine, in fact it's probably better than the norm, because games writing is so god-awful most of the time. Plus when it exists as a game it has cool gameplay to back it up.

Convert it into a movie, you lose the gameplay, and all you have left is the story. And most game stories, when viewed without the accompanying funky gameplay, are pretty appalling.

So far they've always picked the big-selling games with very little in the way of decent story to make into movies. It might guarantee you a certain opening weekend, but it certainly doesn't mean you're going to have a good film at the end of it. But, then, I guess the suits aren't bothered about that - although Ridley Scott would certainly only be interested if he thought he could do something nifty with it.

But why not make movies of games that do have decent stories? Deus Ex, Monkey Island, Max Payne 2...ah well.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 12:06pm

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As far as i can recall, i'm yet to see a movie of a game which didn't suck hairy balls and wasn't aimed at tragically obsessed fanboys or children.

Having said that, given the number of Xboxes-per-capita, its the obvious step to make as far as making a quick buck goes. The Halo series is probably the only game worth getting for the Xbox, so is bought in huge numbers partially because users are gagging to play anything and also because for the xbox, Halo really is a good game.

The net effect of both the "starving dog" syndrome and and the ridiculous hyping of the game, is that xbox owners will - i imagine - swarm to cinemas to watch a film about Halo.

I'm not a Halo fan, but am encouraged by this rumour of Ridley Scott directing. If he gives it his standard treatment, it may perhaps be one game-to-film port which is less hairy.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 4:46pm

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Gentlemen:

I thought I'd chime into this discussion (instead of working on my projects during my break right now...ha ha)

Seriously, I think that the "Scott" family has potential in making this movie. Mainly because they have solid experience in the action film genre. Consider some of the films in which both Ridley and Tony Scott have directed:. (I put both directors because I wouldn't be surprised if Ridley used techniques or ideas that Tony used. )

Ridley Scott:
Alien (1979)
Blade Runner (1982)
Gladiator (2000)
Black Hawk Down (2001 - producer)

Tony Scott:
Man on Fire (2004)
Crimson Tide (1995)
Beverly Hills Cop II (1987)
Top Gun (1986)

For you devil's advocates, yes I'm sure they've made movies that many of you don't approve - which I think is indicative of all directors. All I'm trying to address is that that the director should not be the focus. Maybe the focus should be the actors who are playing the roles and even more important, the screenwriter(s) writing the story. I haven't played Halo 2, yet. But I thought the storyline of Halo was pretty good.

As some of the other posts indicate, I think the either Ridley Scott or Tony Scott are solid directors capable of making a good film. Let's just hope that the writing is up to par with the original game
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 4:51pm

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sidewinder wrote:

Sounds like the Silent Hill movie is based on Silent Hill 2.

That's what we were gonna do. Awesome.
I f*****g LOVE Silent Hill, all of them.

I guess basing a movie on the second would make more sense than any of the others, which are all connected together. Silent Hill 2, for me was also the most emotional.

As for Halo, if directed well it might be alright. If it's anything like the ingame cutscenes then it'll be amusingly B-Movie and laughably shite.

A Monkey island film... now that'd be novel. Screw Pirates of the Carribean.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 5:12pm

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Silent Hill could work if they did it PERFECTLY. Halo could work if they had good enough CG, and if Ridley gets a hold of it, that's a good thing.

My only request is that no one ever tries to make a Half-Life movie. I would be pissed. Seriously. Short little things for the fxhome cinema are ok though smile
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 6:47pm

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I read that the silent hill movie was going to be a new story and all, just heavily inspired by Silent Hill 2. I'm glad Yamaoka is going to oversee the project to make sure they dont turn it into a resident evil.

A halo movie? pttttttb

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A Monkey island film... now that'd be novel. Screw Pirates of the Carribean.
I get to play meat hook, you get to be otis, and tarn has to be guybrush
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 7:16pm

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The Halo series is probably the only game worth getting for the Xbox...
Again with the hatin'. I didn't expect such a laughable statement from someone of your professed wit. Ah well.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 9:02pm

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but sidey...he's right wink


i say halo already is a movie in its own right...a movie with funky gameplay as tarn puts it (funky as in cool). they tried to make it cinematic, from the choice of angles in the cutscenes to the required characters to the even over-emphasized musical score. It's all there, i don't think there's a need for a Halo movie.

but it would be an interesting one to watch and I would see it, especially if Ridley directs it.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 9:21pm

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sidewinder wrote:

The Halo series is probably the only game worth getting for the Xbox...
Again with the hatin'. I didn't expect such a laughable statement from someone of your professed wit. Ah well.
Indeed, that was a surprisingly ignorant statement from Xcession. I suspect he was simply trying to poke a reaction out of you. smile

I don't have an xbox, but I do know it has at least two other games worth getting - Morrowind and KotOR. Both of which are two of my all-time favourites. I'd get them way before I even looked at Halo. smile

So that's three games! All of which are available for the PC too, but I won't mention that. razz
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 11:26pm

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Waser wrote:



I get to play meat hook, you get to be otis, and tarn has to be guybrush
Ahahaha, Screw you. I'm LeChuck.
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 11:41pm

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sorry hybrid, i was thinking sollthar for LeChuck. you're gonna have to kill him to get the part
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 11:51pm

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sidewinder wrote:

Sounds like the Silent Hill movie is based on Silent Hill 2.

That's what we were gonna do. Awesome.
We were gonna make a Silent Hill based movie too
Posted: Mon, 22nd Nov 2004, 11:55pm

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I must say that I'd rather see The Legend of Zelda, or Starcraft as movies beofe Halo or Silent Hill.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 12:09am

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Talking of Starcraft, I'd love to see Blizzard take a break from games for a bit to make an animated feature movie. Their CG department is really quite astonishing - the latest trailer for WoW is easily up to feature film standards. The Warcraft and Starcraft universe would make for some nice movies, too, I imagine.

http://www.apple.com/games/trailers/worldofwarcraft/
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 12:12am

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I would enjoy to see something from Blizzard also. Their little cutscenes inbetween the game are very good. (like Tarn said)
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 12:16am

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in this blizzard coffee table book I have (thats right) they say that they are actually considering a CG movie in the future. yay!
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 12:40am

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Mr_E_Man wrote:

I must say that I'd rather see The Legend of Zelda, or Starcraft as movies beofe Halo or Silent Hill.
Yeah, personally, I think a Zelda flick would be much more enjotable or something like WarCraft. Blizzard sould definately think about an animated/3D animated film. I'd go see it. smile Frankly I tire from the basic "high-tech, alien killing rebels" genre. (aside from it being Halo) I'm a HUGE fan of comic/book/tv show/picture/true story-to-film movies, and am quite partial to making them myself.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 12:45am

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The Warcraft and Starcraft universe would make for some nice movies, too, I imagine.
Yeah, I've been watching that trailer non stop for the past week. I cannot get over how sweet that is. Thats one of my dreams, to make a war craft movie in the future (hollywood possiblilties). I wouldnt want it all CG tho, im thinking lord of the rings esq. When the night wolf goes into that panther i get shivers. The score to the trailer is amazing too. Im going to stop talking cuz i could go on forever about that WoW trailer. I will be getting the game tho, as soon as this quarters over. Im pressed on editing time for X3i.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 3:56am

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very pretty

but what of the game, i hear its not their typical strategy.

trailers like that do nothing for me when it comes to gaming, i want to see in game footage.

and yes, blizzard should definitly do a movie. im a big fan of their Diablo series. hmm...that could even work as a film...preferably the first one though and only the first one.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 4:22am

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zelda wouldnt be appealing to the general crowd, its story is to well queer to alot of people no offense to zelda, i played orcarina of time on my N64 and loved it but anything that has to do with elves and fairys will not be a box office hit, well unless its by peter jackson. Anyway i think a starcraft move would be cool
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 4:55am

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xbreaka wrote:

zelda wouldnt be appealing to the general crowd, its story is to well queer to alot of people no offense to zelda, i played orcarina of time on my N64 and loved it but anything that has to do with elves and fairys will not be a box office hit, well unless its by peter jackson. Anyway i think a starcraft move would be cool
Or Peter Pan.
I think the Zelda world could be used to make an excellent movie, labelling it queer is I guess, characteristically juvenile, Robin hood wore tights and he was a man.Though something totally different from the games would have to be written, maybe incorporating the light/darkworld idea.

The problem with many games, is that they offer interactive experience more than they do movie style plotlines - which is fine, but does'nt make for great movies.
It's typical that games with amazing storylines (resident Evil for example) have had total shite written for their movies instead of what's already in place. The Result? Total crap that doesn't even please the fanboys.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 5:08am

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xbreaka wrote:

zelda wouldnt be appealing to the general crowd, its story is to well queer to alot of people no offense to zelda
Oh xbreka, you snake charmer wink

I think zelda would be a bad ass movie, whether it be a more kiddy look like windwaker (think of pixar movies), or like the new, really bad ass game coming out.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 6:35am

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I totally agree that a Zelda movie would be best with a new plotline, just like all the games have seperate plots, but i absolutely disagree that a fantasy action movie would not appeal to an audience who was so captivated by LOTR
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 7:24am

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I really want a movie version of the old Lucasarts adventure, The Dig. That's one of the best games I've ever played, and if they followed the storyline exactly, it'd be an incredible movie.
Posted: Tue, 23rd Nov 2004, 5:09pm

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I'd LOVE to make a Half Life 2 movie...

Just making a film that's so 'quiet,' like in 28 days later.
Posted: Mon, 29th Nov 2004, 7:43pm

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Ok since we're all voicing across our views on the game/movie,
For:
I believe Halo has one of the best storylines of any games, leading you to cotton on to the true reason of Halo.
Bungie really has made a good storyline for halo which is where other game/movies have fallen short (cough tomb raider cough).
Halo is based on Alien movies (take a look at an elite compared to an alien) which were excellent, lets face it, and so could a Halo movie be.
Tomb Raider movie wasn't that bad, I thought anyway, the action was pretty reasonable, there was just no suspence or scariness.

Against: Although all final fantasys had great storylines somehow final fantasy movie was the worst piece of crap around. Mainly because it didn't follow suit with the games, for instance it was all about guns and cities not magic and towns and swords. Also it was on the train to pussyville with a one way ticket, compared to the games which were much more fun, bloody and aimed at an older audience.

Thats just my view, personally i think there should be a halo movie, sooner rather than later.
TVM
Posted: Mon, 29th Nov 2004, 10:03pm

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I've always wanted to see/direct a Zelda movie. I love the whole style and all the stories about Zelda. I also love how no one is really sure what order the games go in, so a movie could be placed basically anywhere in the timeline.

Some people may say that a Zelda movie would be too much like LOTR, but I don't think it would be. Lord of the Rings is more about a group fighting for the survival of Middle Earth as they know it. Zelda is more about a powerful evil entity who threatens to take over the known world, and an unlikely hero who rises up and destroys the evil. I think it would be a pretty cool plotline.

I like the idea of Warcraft/Starcraft films as well. Not so much a Halo movie, though I love the games. I suppose they could make a movie of the Halo prequel book, and just maybe the Halo 2 prequel book, though I havn't read either one.
Posted: Mon, 29th Nov 2004, 10:39pm

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Aculag wrote:

I really want a movie version of the old Lucasarts adventure, The Dig. That's one of the best games I've ever played, and if they followed the storyline exactly, it'd be an incredible movie.
Oh LORD that would be cool.

Waser grabs his The Dig novelization and starts adapting
Posted: Mon, 29th Nov 2004, 11:27pm

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i don't see a comparison between Halo and the Alien movies in any way, whatsoever.
Posted: Mon, 29th Nov 2004, 11:38pm

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the aliens in ALIENS are somewhat intelligant unlike 80% of the aliens in halo like those little morons who just run around screaming
Posted: Sat, 14th May 2005, 7:49pm

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Aliens helped inspire a lot of the Halo stuff, which is mention several times in the "Art of Halo" book. One of the most apparent is by looking at the Elites that sit on the political board of the Covenant, there head-dress looks alot like the head of the Queen in Alien.
Posted: Sat, 14th May 2005, 8:11pm

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Tarn wrote:

But why not make movies of games that do have decent stories? Deus Ex...
Yeah, I always thought Deus Ex may have the best story for a video game ever.
Posted: Sat, 14th May 2005, 10:17pm

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Steelo wrote:

Yeah, I always thought Deus Ex may have the best story for a video game ever.
I think the Half Life saga is shaping up to have that honor. Of course, I would be upset if someone made a movie of that.
Posted: Sat, 14th May 2005, 10:22pm

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I still stick with Final Fantasy VII on that one.
Posted: Sat, 14th May 2005, 11:07pm

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Well, they are making a Final Fantasy 7 movie (which should be out on DVD later this year), but it's not about the story from the game, which is good, because it would have been way too long.
Posted: Sun, 15th May 2005, 1:26am

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They already finished it. Here is a trailer, it looks pretty nice, and I love that music:

http://s10.yousendit.com/d.aspx?id=3R04UA2MFCLVS36EON3LFEW6QZ
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Actually, there may be some hope in this.

I see all the FF7 characters (RED XIII!!!!! SID!!! YAY!!!!) but the story sounds a bit iffy.

Any idea WHEN this year it should be out...and if it will be subtitled or if someone will dub it?
Posted: Sun, 15th May 2005, 11:39am

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I'm downloading the trailer atm but how can they possibly make a movie of FF7? atleast 40 hours to complete and that was a speedrun, it makes no sense. Are they gonna chain people in cinema's for 50+hours? I think not. Although it would be lush anyway...
Posted: Sun, 15th May 2005, 5:44pm

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Cypher... his name is Cid. =D And it won't be dubbed, but I don't know when it's coming out.

The video machine... what? I said that the movie's story didn't follow the game's story. In fact, for the movie, they thought it would be really short, an hour long, but it ended up being the length of a feature film. This is going straight to DVD, though. Square-Enix learned their from mistakes through the uber-flop, The Spirits Within.
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I could have sworn it was Sid. Wow...been a long time.

Hey...I actually liked Spirits Within.