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Microsoft will adapt its "Halo" game franchise as a premium live action series exclusively for Xbox Live. Steven Spielberg will produce the series with gamemaker 343 Studios.
After turning "Halo" into a multibillion-dollar videogame franchise for Microsoft, Bungie is ready to introduce a tentpole title for new partner Activision Blizzard with "Destiny."
The Halo franchise is one of the biggest in the videogame world, but when series creator Bungie Studios walked away from the series after 2010's "Halo: Reach," it left Microsoft with a problem.
The videogame industry takes its franchises even more seriously than Hollywood.
While it will take years before a "Halo" movie ever makes it to the bigscreen, Microsoft could revive the idea again with a live-action Web series it will launch ahead of "Halo 4" this fall.
Microsoft has managed to launch an equivalent of "Star Wars."
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