“Assassin’s Creed” movie is well over a year before its release in theatres, but fans of the video game are already anticipating to see their favorite game translated into the big screen. Producer Frank Marshall teased that the upcoming movie will be “different from the game but the same.” What does he mean by this? Read on to learn more about this scoop.
It has been years since Ubisoft announced that one of their most popular video games to date will be making its way to the big screen. While there were speculations in the past that “Assassin’s Creed” movie will no longer happen, especially when there were no reports or updates about the film.
Now, the “Assassin’s Creed” movie is all set for its 2016 release, as production for the movie will begin in September, The Guru Daily reported. Speaking with producer Frank Marshall, the outlet revealed that the cast and crew of the movie are expected to be on set to film scenes for the movie this Fall.
While Marshall was mum about details of “Assassin’s Creed: The Movie,” the director teased that the film is “going to be different from the game but the same.” This statement made fans wonder if the story will indeed take on the story of Desmond Miles or if it will shift to another storyline.
As previously reported, Michael Fassbender will be starring in the movie. Fassbender is expected to play the role of the film’s protagonist, Desmond Miles and will play alongside Marion Cotillard.
Fassbender, however, was mum about details of his character and even teased that fans should not always believe what they read in forums or reports.
“Don’t listen to what they tell you, that’s the first rule,” he said.
“Assassin’s Creed: The Movie” will be released on Dec. 16, 2016.
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