As a computer programmer with 21 years of experience, I am not unfamiliar with Microsoft products, nor am I unfamiliar with Microsoft tactics. So you'll have to forgive the cynicism as I report that Halo: The Movie may finally see the light of day. It appears that Stuart Beattie, the scribe responsible for G.I. Joe: Rise of Cobra, has written a spec script for Halo: Fall of Reach. LatinoReview.com offers numerous details on the plot, including the adapted screenplay's origins as a novel of the same name. The Team Xbox website (or as the MPAA would call it, Team NC-17Box) even has images of concept art made by conceptual artist Kasra Farahani. Sounds like it's a go, right? Not so fast, heavily panting gamers! One spec script and a few images by folks with free time does not a movie make.