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David Fincher produced Halo 4 trailer premieres October 18

David Fincher will executive produce Halo 4's launch trailer.

The Academy Award-winning director of Fight Club, The Social Network and The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo is joined by visual effects lead Tim Miller. Miller would be best known for his effects work in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World and will direct the trailer.

The trailer, titled Scanned, will debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and will be available on Halo Waypoint and the Xbox Youtube channel immediately after broadcast.

Microsoft bringing in such critically acclaimed help is no surprise, considering Halo's incredible ads in the past such as Halo 3's Believe campaign.

Yet, we still can't get a movie.

Reported by Matthew Jay



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