With just two weeks to go before its release, Fox today released the “final” trailer for video game movie Assassin’s Creed, based on the Ubisoft franchise, and also put out a new clip for it. The trailer might be the best, most intriguing one yet, while the clip shows off more of the interaction between star Michael Fassbender and Michael Kenneth Williams. Check out both videos below.
Assassin’s Creed is directed by Justin Kurzel (Macbeth), and also stars Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, and Ariane Labed.
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.
For more coverage on GameSpot, check out:
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- First Assassin’s Creed Clip Showcases the Movie’s New-Look Animus
- New Assassin’s Creed Movie Trailer Delivers Non-Stop Action
- Assassin’s Creed Star Michael Fassbender Hopeful for a Sequel
- Assassin’s Creed Movie Is 65% Present Day, 35% in the Past
- Assassin’s Creed Movie’s 15th Century Spain Scenes Will Be in Spanish
- New Assassin’s Creed Movie Video Reveals Incredible Freefall Stunts
- Assassin’s Creed International Trailer Features Running, Jumping, and Hitting