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News New Assassin's Creed Movie TV Trailers Show Off Big Action Scenes and More

News Bot Nov 29, 2016

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    With the release of video game movie Assassin's Creed coming up soon, Fox has now put out two more TV trailers for the upcoming film. The newest of these, titled "Destined for Great Things" and, "Everything Is Permitted" show off Michael Fassbender in the film's lead roles. He plays the modern day character Callum Lynch, as well as his 15th century Spain ancestor, Aguilar. Take a look:


    These trailers come during the same week that Fox released the first clip from Assassin's Creed. It showed Lynch preparing to enter the virtual reality machine known as the Animus--watch it here.

    Assassin's Creed is directed by Justin Kurzel (Macbeth), and also stars Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, and Michael Kenneth Williams.

    In a recent interview with Empire, Fassbender spoke about playing a darker, more ambiguous lead role. "It's not like Star Wars, where you've got the light side and the dark side," he said. "This is very ambiguous morally. Both of these parties--the Templars and the Assassins--are hypocritical at certain points. There are not clear-cut good and bad characters.

    "I think it's a little more provocative for an audience to see that. You know, 'Should I be feeling that? Should I be backing this character?' That's always fun."

    Assassin's Creed hits theaters on December 21, 2016, which is one week after Star Wars: Rogue One comes out.

    There isn't a new mainline Assassin's Creed game this year, though you can pick up The Ezio Collection. The new bundle features updated versions of Assassin's Creed II, Brotherhood, and Revelations.

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