The new movie based on the hit game “Assassin’s Creed” is going to faithfully copy the look and feel of the game, a new report suggests. Read on for more details.
Michael Fassbender recently shot the first scenes for the new movie based on the game, “Assassin’s Creed.” It looks like Fassbender is looking to pull out all the stops to make the movie have the same look as the game. Even though the movie isn’t based on the game series, the costume and the sets will faithfully copy the ambiance and the character definitions of the game.
When asked about the costumes the costume designer for the film, Sammy Sheldon Differ told the press that he totally respects the way the game series strives to give a “historically accurate” view of the world. He also told the press that he was impressed with the “vast characterization” in the game. He is therefore committed to be faithful to the artistic content of the game.
The designer also told the interviewers that he used the costumes and the sets that would remind the audiences of the 15th Century Spain. The readers will remember that the 15th Century Spain influenced the Moorish art and décor and will, therefore, be perfect for the movie’s setting. The story follows the exploits of the Spanish assassin, Aguilar, who is the ancestor of a certain Callum Lynch. Callum Lynch is learning to fight the templars using the skills he picks up by assimilating Aguilar’s memories.
Michael K. Williams and Ariane Labed will be starring alongside Fassbender in the film. Fassbender is also one of the producers of the film. The film will be released in Dec. 2016. The official date for the release is set to Dec. 21, 2016.
Christian Post reported the news first.
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