Check It Out: “Assassin’s Creed” Official Trailer #2


A few months ago I mentioned that I had really a “0” level background in the whole “Assassin’s Creed” video game and its mythology. I must admit to you that nothing has changed since that disclosure but despite this shortcoming, I’m happy to share more information about the upcoming film based on the hit video game. The first clip looked pretty good and I am saying this as someone who was coming in blind about it. Check out the second trailer from this film below.

The Premise:
Career criminal Callum Lynch is rescued from his own execution by Abstergo Industries, the modern-day incarnation of the Templar Order. He is forced to participate in the Animus Project and relive the memories of his ancestor Aguilar de Nerha, an Assassin in the time of the Spanish Inquisition. As Lynch continues to experience Aguilar’s memories, he begins to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to confront the Templars—age-old enemies of the Assassins—in the present day.

The Cast:
Michael Fassbender as Callum Lynch and Aguilar de Nerha
Marion Cotillard as Sophia Rikkin
Jeremy Irons as Alan Rikkin
Brendan Gleeson as Callum Lynch’s father
Michael K. Williams as Moussa and Baptiste
Ariane Labed portrays Maria
Matias Varela appears as Emir and Yusuf
Denis Ménochet also appears as the head of Abstergo security

PiercingMetal Thoughts: Since I like Fassbender (who we just saw as Magneto once again in the latest X-Men film, I think I might enjoy this one but its too far away to know whether or not I will be seeing it in the theater. I generally save that disclosure to my “Opening” posts. It does look action packed and the premise seems interesting enough so let’s see what happens when the time comes. What do you readers think of the second official trailer for “Assassin’s Creed”? Let me know in the comments section below and oh yeah if this seems like a deja vu, it is, as I used the exact same sentence as for the first trailer 🙂

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