'Halo' Producers Explain Why They Dropped Spoilers Ahead of Premiere

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Halo tv series executive producers Steven Kane and Kiki Wolfkill reveal why they dropped spoilers early such as the mask coming off Master Chief for the television adaptation and other revelations. The Paramount+ original series premieres on March 24.

Pablo Schreiber takes on the iconic role of Master Chief for the Halo series on Paramount+. Unlike the video games, the helmet comes off early in the series revealing John aka Master Chief. The executive producers have actively been dropping revelations early such as the series is different than the game. Kiki Wolfkill tells us why they went that route. 


Halo stars Pablo Schreiber (“American Gods”) as the Master Chief, Spartan-117; Natascha McElhone (“Californication”) as Dr. Halsey, the brilliant, conflicted and inscrutable creator of the Spartan super-soldiers; and Jen Taylor (“Halo” game series, RWBY) as Cortana, the most advanced AI in human history, and potentially the key to the survival of the human race.

Additional stars include Bokeem Woodbine (“Fargo”), Shabana Azmi (“Fire”), Natasha Culzac (“The Witcher”), Olive Gray (“Half Moon Investigations”), Yerin Ha (“Reef Break”), Bentley Kalu (“Avengers: Age of Ultron”), Kate Kennedy (“Catastrophe”), Charlie Murphy (“Peaky Blinders”) and Danny Sapani (“Penny Dreadful”). Also joining the cast as original characters are Ryan McParland (“6Degrees”), Burn Gorman (“The Expanse”) and Fiona O’Shaughnessy (“Nina Forever”). “Halo” reinvented how people think about video games and has grown into a global entertainment phenomenon, having sold more than 82 million copies worldwide and grossing more than $6 billion in lifetime total sales revenue.

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