Watch: New International Trailer for Fassbender's 'Assassin's Creed'

June 29, 2016
Source: YouTube

Assassin's Creed Trailer

"What do you want from me?" "Your past." Get another glimpse at the upcoming Assassin's Creed movie in this new international trailer for the video game adaptation, starring Michael Fassbender as Aguilar, directed by Justin Kurzel. The first trailer hit just a few months ago, showing just a small tease of some of the parkour-esque action. This newest trailer has a few more bits of action hidden within, including a shot of Fassbender firing a bow & arrow and a big fight on a rooftop. The full cast includes Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, Michael Kenneth Williams, Callum Turner, as well as Ariane Labed as Maria. I actually think this looks quite cool, I'm looking forward to checking it out later this year.

Here's the new international trailer for Justin Kurzel's Assassin's Creed, found directly on YouTube:

You can still watch the first trailer for Assassin's Creed here, plus a cool behind-the-scenes video here.

Assassin's Creed, created by Patrice Desilets & Jade Raymond back in 2007, is an award winning historical fiction action-adventure open world stealth video game series that as of 2012 consists of five main games. The focus is on a protagonist character, an assassin, who usually wears a hooded outfit, which became the focus of their latest marketing campaign for AC: Revelations. The movie based on Assassin's Creed is being directed by Australian filmmaker Justin Kurzel, of The Snowtown Murders and Macbeth previously. The screenplay has credits for Bill Collage, Adam Cooper and Michael Lesslie. It was filmed around Malta. 20th Century Fox will release Assassin's Creed in theaters everywhere this December 21st. First impressions?

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I don't like these blue and yellow tints. I mean I hate them. this movie deserves vibrant colors, not these pale yellow/blue tints that give a fake look to the movie.

tarek on Jun 29, 2016


It seems like Hollywood does no longer know how to make a good movie, or worse, how to tell a story. It's all CGI and big badaboom.

tarek on Jun 29, 2016


I didn't see it yet. Thanks for the heads up. The trailer looks promising. Tom Hardy, James Gandolfini, Noomi Rapace... what's not to like. Did you see the Fall ? Absolutely gorgeous and poetic.

tarek on Jun 30, 2016


The fall is a 2006 movie by Tarsem Singh. It was produced by David Fincher and Spike Jonze. You should check its trailer on youtube.

tarek on Jun 30, 2016


There is a reason the director gave for the tints

Boe on Jul 1, 2016


which is ?

tarek on Jul 1, 2016


Creed is this kind of movies you should be paid for to watch them. It was like eating a hotdog without a frank.

tarek on Jul 1, 2016


Montréal ; D

tarek on Jul 1, 2016


This looks fantastic. Justin Kurzel is an amazing aussie director. I feel this is going to stun a lot of critics and fans alike.

evilED on Jun 29, 2016


This looks great, but the dialogue sounds tired, just like every other blockbuster film that gets a talented director and amazing cast but can't save itself from its own shitty writing.

Jon Odishaw on Jun 29, 2016


He had skills, but does he have t3h sk1llz?

DAVIDPD on Jun 29, 2016


Isn't Robert Downey Jr. supposed to be in this film as the villain? If so, they've been doing a bang-up job of keeping his presence under wraps because I almost totally forgot. Looked up the story and it was reported all the way in 2014. Wouldn't it be great to see Iron Man and Magneto go head-to-head?

thejon93rd on Jun 30, 2016


no lmao

Boe on Jul 1, 2016


It looks like another step forward for lunacy of money making in Hollywood. Kinda feel sorry for Fassbender and Cotillard ...

shiboleth on Jul 1, 2016

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