'Assassin's Creed' Movie Release Date, Latest, News & Update: Final Trailer Reveals Surprising New Footages; Major Difference From The Film And Game

By Jason Glenn , Updated Dec 12, 2016 12:17 PM EST
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The trailer of the film adaptation for one of the most popular games of Ubisoft, "Assassin's Creed" movie has a lot more surprising information about what is coming to the film. Mostly the trailer features the main star Micheal Fassbender as Callum Lynch but there were new details about a MacGuffin that was added to the film.

With a revolutionary technology that allows Callum Lynch to unlock the memories of his ancestors, the Aquilar in their experiences during the 15th Century Spain according to Entertainment Weekly. In the "Assassin's Creed" movie trailer, Callum discovers that he is a descendant of a dark society of Assassins during that time where he acquires the knowledge and skills to fight against the Templar organization in the present.

In the "Assassin's Creed" movie trailer, the character of Jeremy Iron named Rikkin mentions that the Templars are in quest of the Apple of Eden that will destroy any motivating force in creating independence of rebellion. However, in Ubisoft's video game, the Apple of Eden are pieces of the technology that was used by the Isu, which are the first society to have enslaved mankind.

Callum Lynch, in the "Assassin's Creed" game is the only source to discover the Apple of Eden because of his assassin bloodline, which is the last of their kind are dedicated in protecting the artifact. According to Slash Flim the "Assassin's Creed" movie has to make sure it is a big hit this Christmas-Holiday season in order for the 20th Century Fox to pitch a sequel to be developed.

The "Assassin's Creed" movie stars the Academy Award nominee Michael Fassabender and Academy Award winner Marion Cotllard. With only one week away, the adaptation of Ubisoft's video game will be directed by Justin Kurzel and will be released on cinemas worldwide on December 21.

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