The Halo television series launches a new trailer

Before your premiere in Paramount + later this week, Aureola has launched a new trailer that highlights things through which people fight, associating the various program characters with specific ideals. Dr. Catherine Halsey of Natascha Mcelhone, for example, is associated with progress, while the mysterious character of Charlie Murphy, Makee, is associated with justice. It is more to create the environment for specific characters than to reveal scenes from the program.

Halo The Series (2022) | Official Trailer 2 | Paramount+

“The mind is certainly able to invent,” says voice from off in the trailer of Halsey. “Especially when we fight for progress, excellence, survival, justice, profit and freedom. But when we separate what we have achieved from what we dream of building, another element arises, an unpredictable human factor: hope. «

As expected, the last thing about hope ends with Pablo Schreiber’s leader. He can see the new trailer for himself, directly from the official Twitter account of the program, embedded below:

«In general, the narrative can be a bit clumsy sometimes, but largely gives it on the target while achieving the images and the general atmosphere of what it usually means to be part of the great halo franchise,” the Comicbook review.com de aureola Lee partly. “It is likely that this clumsiness should be partly due to the attempt to crystallize all the things of halo in a digestible package for a much wider audience. Not everyone who sees the program will have years of experience with Master Chief, but for those who do it, only does the moments in which Schreiber is fully armored, facing elites with a much sweeter precision. “

As noted above, the next aureola The television series will reach Paramount + on March 24. The series is starring Pablo Schreiber as Master Chief, Natascha Macehone as Dr. Catherine Halsey, Jen Taylor as the cutting and more. You can check all our previous coverage of the next AUREOLA TV show right here.

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