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Watch: Halo’s Kiki Wolfkill explains the love of Steven Spielberg’s video game

Halo executive producer Kiki Wolfkill has revealed that Steven Spielberg is “a true gamer” who was heavily involved in the pastor of the famous video game franchise on the small screen.

Spielberg was first attacked to produce the series in 2013 and went into development hell for several years before reaching its current form, appearing on Paramount + as part of its launch in the United Kingdom.

Wolfkill, who oversees the Halo franchise in off-game media, told Yahoo that Spielberg remained a key creative partner throughout the production.

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“Spielberg is a real gamer. He really loved the games, which is one of the things that was so exciting when he signed up and at the first meeting,” he said.

Steven Spielberg has been busy adapting Halo for the screen for several years. (Getty / TCM / Paramount +)

Wolfkill added: “It wasn’t just that he thought games could be an interesting place to dabble. It’s something he really feels passion and respect for.

“He’s been behind the scenes all the time, reading scripts and watching editions along the way. To have that kind of mastery of world-building and the narration behind the scenes is a pretty extraordinary gift to have.”

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Halo sees Pablo Schreiber as the protagonist of the video game Master Chief – a reinforced super-soldier who fights for humanity in an ongoing war against the alien threat called Covenant.

The show has already received the green light for its second season, and Wolfkill said there has been a change in the way Hollywood feels about video game adaptation in recent years.

Halo executive producer Kiki Wolfkill starring principal Pablo Schreiber at the SXSW Film Festival. (Getty / Paramount +)

She said: “I think there’s a realization not only of the depth of the worlds and the characters, but, more importantly, of how deeply people connect to those characters and those worlds.

“So I think part of that is just that there’s a little bit of a different perspective from Hollywood on these video games. I’m really treating them like the world-class IP that we as gamers have always thought of them. “.

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The Halo series also sees Natascha McElhone, Shabana Azmi, Bokeem Woodbine and Jen Taylor, with the latter taking on the role of advanced AI Cortana from video games.

Halo is available now on Paramount +. New episodes will be available for streaming each week on Wednesday.

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