Michael Fassbender Says Assassin’s Creed Movie Is Not Like Star Wars

Posted: Nov 26 2016, 8:21am CST | by , in News | Latest Movie News

 

Michael Fassbender Says Assassin’s Creed Movie is Not Like Star Wars
  • Michael Fassbender Tells Fans to Not Compare Assassin’s Creed Movie to Star Wars
 

Michael Fassbender advises the fans to keep an open mind and not compare the upcoming Assassin’s Creed movie to Star Wars in the terms of morality

Michael Fassbender is all set to appear in this year’s big movie adaptation of one of the most famous video games in the world, Assassin’s Creed. Michael is playing the iconic and central role of career criminal Callum Lynch and his ancestor, Assassin Aguilar de Nerha. 

Playing pivotal characters, Fassbender sat down to talk about his characters and the movie in general with Empire magazine. Talking about Callum, he said that Callum is like an anti-hero. We know that he is a criminal who was ordered to be executed and in the start, we all want to root for him.

As the movie progresses and he starts to learn from Aguilar in the Animus Project, his intentions become dubious and it will make the audience think about whether they want to support this character or not. 

He said of the movie that it is very much like Callum. He said that the audience should not head to the theatres expecting a story structure of Star Wars. He said that Star Wars was very clear about having a Dark side and a Light side.

According to CinemaBlend, he said that Assassin’s Creed get very morally ambiguous. He said that both the main parties involved, the Templar and the Assassins get hypocritical at one point or another.

The audience will be morally conflicted which will only add to its plot. It will make the audience question who to support in the movie, who to love and who to hate and eventually, which side is the right side. 

Also starring in the movie are Marion Cotillard as Sophia Rikkin, Jeremy Irons as Alan Rikkin, Brendan Gleeson as Joseph Lynch, Michael K. Williams as both Moussa and Baptiste Charlotte Rampling. The movie will give the audience a chance to explore a modern world and the history of Spanish Inquisition on December 21st. 

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