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February.2.2017

Starting next month, fans can shelve the Assassin’s Creed film with their Assassin’s Creed video games.

Starring Michael Fassbender as a convict on death row who learns he’s a descendant of a 15th-century Spanish warrior, the movie Assassin’s Creed debuts on digital HD platforms (such as iTunes and Amazon) March 10 and Blu-ray/DVD March 21.

Bonus features include a five-part documentary; a discussion with Fassbender, co-star Marion Cotillard and director Justin Kurzel about bringing the game to the screen; a bunch of extras focusing on the stunts, including Fassbender, Michael K. Williams and others learning the tricks of being Assassins; plus a look at the historical re-creation, photo galleries and deleted scenes. [Source]

December.12.2016

August.8.2015

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Michael Fassbender’s upcoming project is going to be the film-adaption of the renowned video game – “Assassin’s Creed”. Michael has joined forces with director Justin Kurzel. They’ve already collaborated on the grimy “Macbeth” (check out some new posters and images), and for their upcoming project is the world of “Assassin’s Creed.” The film will be released on December 21, 2016.Today the exclusive preview has been released, check the pictures below:

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February.2.2015

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Among movie stars, the business model is widely known as “One for them, one for me”: an appearance in a small, heartfelt film followed up by a paycheck part in a presumed blockbuster.

Hot on the heels of her surprise best actress Oscar nomination for the intimate drama Two Days, One Night, French actress Marion Cotillard has signed on to a project that – at least at first blush – would seem to exist as the polar opposite of prestige film: a big budget live-action adaptation of the Ubisoft videogame Assassin’s Creed.

This isn’t out of character for Cotillard. The actress scored an Academy Award portraying torch singer Edith Piaf in 2007’s La Vie En Rose but also played a key role in comic book adaptation The Dark Knight Rises. In Assassin’s Creed, she’ll star opposite Michael Fassbender in an as-yet unspecified part that will reportedly span multiple movies should the first film rack up enough box-office returns to spawn a franchise.

Assassin’s Creed also marks a reunion for Fassbender and Cotillard, who star together in Macbeth, a kind of gothic reimagining of the Shakespeare classic directed by Australian filmmaker Justin Kurzel, that arrives in theaters later this year. In what might also be fairly called a “one for them” maneuver, Kurzel is also directing Assassin’s Creed and seems to have succeeded in regrouping his A-list his principles.

The video game series encompasses nine different games that have reportedly sold a combined 91 million units. It follows the travails of a bartender who is kidnapped by a secret organization with ties to the Knights Templar and must travel back through time to relive the memories of his ancestors—all of whom happened to be highly trained professional killers—and retrieve historical artifacts. Production on the film is reportedly set to begin in December 2016. (source)