Michael Fassbender Says Assassins Creed Is much like The Matrix

Unlike Duncan Jones’ Warcraft movie, Justin Kurzel’s Assassin’s Creed seems like it might be able to appeal to the wider audience past the niche video game fan base. That’s thanks to some extent to the casting of Michael Fassbender (who doesn’capital t love that guy?), the hiring associated with Kurzel, the sci-fi / steps genre appeal, in addition to their commitment to using realistic effects and tricks when and whenever you can. But just in case you take some more convincing, Fassbender’azines got you covered.

Those unaware of the game series might be a bit more curious about precisely what this movie is supposed to be. Basically, the character participates in a method that uses revolutionary engineering to access his inherited history, allowing him or her to travel back in time to live as his ancestor, a part of an ancient order connected with assassins.

Perhaps a comparison to an established classic might help to greater sell the uninitiated on Assassin’s Creed? That’utes where Fassbender comes in, falling a Matrix comparison within this Empire interview:

I’ve always thought about The Matrix when we’ve approached this kind of. This idea of Geonomics memory elevates the idea from a basic illusion genre [piece], because you have anything an audience can actually trust. Then the journey gets to be so much more elevated, mainly because you’re on board in different ways.

Don’t take which comparison too practically, though. The Wachowskis’ by using CGI in The Matrix trilogy set a new standard, although Assassin’s Creed won’t be utilizing nearly as much of a digital stuff. Fassbender explains that only is there very little CGI, but that they leaned heavily on useful stunts — one of which looks incredibly daring as well as dangerous:

There’s little or no green screen with this, which is highly unusual during these films. We have stunt guys jumping across buildings in [Maltese capital] Valletta. We’ng got [stunt man] Damian Walters doing a 120-foot step of faith, without any rope, into a bag, therefore it’s pretty outstanding to see.

Those familiar with the action series know that this protagonist does a lot of climbing and jumping and leaping, and even though those things can be accomplished effortlessly with some CGI, it’azines cool to know which Kurzel and Fassbender are committed to making this look pretty much as good as humanly possible.

Assassin’s Creed also megastars Marion Cotillard, Michael K. Williams, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson and Ariane Labed, and strikes theaters on November 21.

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