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Submitted by gamerlive 752d ago | interview

Forward Unto Dawn Director Stewart Hendler Talks Halo 4 Game And Movie

Hollywood director Stewart Hendler (Sorority Row) has become the go-to guy for Web series. After working with X-Men director Bryan Singer on H+, Hendler headed to Vancouver to bring a 90-minute prequel story to the Halo 4 universe with Forward Unto Dawn. Hendler had a Hollywood cast that included Anna Popplewell (Chronicles of Narnia), Daniel Cudmore (The Twilight Saga Breaking Dawn Part 2) and Tom Green (Thirst) to help bring gamers the closest thing that they’re going to get to a Halo movie. The series is available online, but it’s included in an extended cut on Microsoft’s Halo 4: Collector’s Edition. Hendler talks about the Web series and discusses the new game, as well as the Hollywood potential for a big screen movie, in this exclusive interview. (343 Industries, Halo 4, Halo: Forward Unto Dawn, Microsoft, Xbox 360)

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