Netflix Assassin’s Creed Live-Action has been confirmed
Netflix will bring Assassin’s Creed to live action, a second chance after the universally obnoxious film starring Michael Fassbender in 2016. The live-action series will be based on Ubisoft’s long-running video game franchise that began with its first installment. of the same name in 2007. Ubisoft announced this along with animation and anime adaptations as part of a deal with Netflix.
Ubisoft made the ad on your website yesterday. Jason Altman, Director of Film and Television at Ubisoft – Los Angeles and Danielle Kreinik, Director of Development for Television, Film and Television at Ubisoft will serve as executive producers.
“For more than 10 years, millions of fans around the world have helped turn the Assassin’s Creed brand into an iconic franchise,” said Altman. He did not share any further details on how the series will be divided or when it is expected to hit the streaming platform. But since Ubisoft is looking for a showrunner for the live-action series, it means that it could be a while before the project hits the production floor. Speculation about its cast has also not started.
It’s unclear if the new series will follow Kurzel’s Assassin’s Creed Film adaptation or trace its roots back to the beginning of the game franchise. A new Assassin’s Creed series should also give its complex story, which has the seriousness of a believable story, a little more breathing room than the movie could afford in 2 hours and 20 minutes.
Fassbender, in the 2016 film, played the dual role of Callum Lynch, a condemned to death in the 21st century, and Aguilar de Nehra, an assassin from the period of the Spanish Inquisition in 1478. The film differs from the original plot created for the game title giving it current context and ends up being largely consumed by it.
Like any other philosophical research on the concept of free will, Assassin’s Creed presents the duality of life in good and evil. It revolves around a centuries-long conflict between two secret societies: the Brotherhood of Assassins led by De Nehra and their sworn enemy, the Templars. But unlike how John Milton views free will and the loss of it in his epic poemAssassin’s Creed takes innocence out of myth and injects it with blood-skimming violence and epic gravity-defying walls.
This announcement comes on the heels of news of the next installment in the game’s franchise: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, which will launch next month on consoles and PC.
the PC system requirements a highly anticipated new title, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, have been revealed. It will launch on November 10 on PC, PS4, Stadia, Xbox One and Xbox Series S / X, the same day that the new Xbox consoles make their appearance. debut – and on November 12 (US / AU) and November 19 (EU) in the PS5.