Michael Fassbender Never Played ‘Assassin’s Creed’
The German-Irish handsome hunk Michael Fassbender has a wonderful year with two huge successes at the box-office this year that includes “Steve Jobs” and “Macbeth.” In a recent update it was revealed that Fassbender has been signed for another big project that will be up in 2016 based on the famous video game “Assassin’s Creed.”
To a big surprise, the “Steve Jobs” actor stated that he himself has never played the game. The historical fiction series “Assassin’s Creed” has novels, books, and animated short films too in its accolades.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the 38-year-old Fassbender revealed that he had never played the game before he signed the project with Ubisoft. After being on board for the project, he started to have some fun time with the game.
Fassbender further stated that he played the game to understand the character and its physicality. He also noted that he intends to find something special to add on to his character as stated by The Guardian.
The first photography of the film is already done. The film has released a few snaps too which look super cool and fascinating. The film looks promising as the game has a huge fan following and had already sold more than 73 million copies.
“Assassin’s Creed” will be directed by Justin Kurzel who has previously worked with Fassbender in the tragic “Macbeth” written by William Shakespeare.
Michael Fassbender starrer “Assassin’s Creed” will be feature Spain of the 15th century and will contain lots of historical details. The team is working on the small elements to make it look like exactly like the video game.
The film is expected to release in December next year.
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