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Shane Kim talks Halo Movie July 21st, 2008

Kotaku had a chance to quiz head of Microsoft Game Stu­dios Phil Spencer and vice pres­i­dent of Strat­egy and Busi­ness Devel­op­ment Shane Kim at E3, try­ing to draw out of them as much Halo infor­ma­tion as pos­si­ble — touch­ing on the movie in the process.

We con­tinue to be in dis­cus­sions with var­i­ous poten­tial part­ners. We’re so excited about the idea. We don’t have any­thing spe­cific to announce but I can tell you that their con­tin­ues to be tremen­dous inter­est. We wanna make sure, when­ever we trans­late it to the big screen that its going to be a movie wor­thy of the IP. So we’re going to be very care­ful about how we pro­ceed there.

Comments 2 Responses to “Shane Kim talks Halo Movie”

some guy July 22nd, 2008

When movie and pro­duc­tion peo­ple say they’re very “excited” and there is “tremen­dous inter­est”. It means noth­ing is happening.

DxDark August 6th, 2008

I hate how they dodge ques­tions to keep stuff under wraps…
and to that last comment…“EXCITED” is look­ing towards future\current events…otherwise, they would state it as “we WERE excited…” or say noth­ing at all about the topic.

On the topic on Inter­est, it means that they are TRYING to do some­thing. There is NO sense of try­ing to tell plp that some­thing is being worked on when its 100% canceled…like say­ing “Schools are open today after last nights snow­storm” and every child in the city mak­ing it to school to find out that they are really closed…left to freeze their heads off…-_–

The moment they say “Its can­celed…” I’ll run in Microsoft stu­dios and Mas­ter the hell outta every sin­gle one of them…(before secu­rity beats me to lit­tle itty bitty pieces before call­ing the police…)