Login to

XLA Multiverse

Please choose how you want to sign in

By creating an account, you agree to XLA Multiverse’s Privacy Policy

Assassin's Creed poster image


Assassin's Creed icon

Assassin's Creed Universe

Awaiting Claim

Assassin's Creed

General Info

Assassin's Creed logo
GenresAction, Adventure, Sci-Fi
Music ByJed Kurzel
TaglineWelcome to the Spanish Inquisition
Edited ByChristopher Tellefsen
Film NameAssassin's Creed
StarringMichael Fassbender, Marion Cotillard, Jeremy Irons, Brendan Gleeson, Charlotte Rampling, Michael K. Williams
Directed ByJustin Kurzel
Produced ByJean-Julien Baronnet, Gérard Guillemot, Frank Marshall, Patrick Crowley, Michael Fassbender, Conor McCaughan, Arnon Milchan
Budget in USD$125 million
Release Date2016-12-21
Running Time115 minutes
Screenplay ByMichael Lesslie, Adam Cooper, Bill Collage
Content RatingPG-13
Distributed By20th Century Fox
Original TitleAssassin's Creed
Box Office in USD$240.7 million
CinematographyAdam Arkapaw
Country of OriginUnited States
Trailer Youtube URLhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfJVoF5ko1Y
World Premiere Date2016-12-13
Production Company NameRegency Enterprises
Production Company Website URLhttp://www.regencypictures.com/
Explore the world of Assassin's Creed in this immersive film adaptation. With the plot of the popular video game series, the film takes on a life of its own. The main character Callum Lynch, brought to life by Michael Fassbender, discovers his ancestor Aguilar using advanced technology that reveals genetic memories. Lynch is transported back to the days of the Spanish Inquisition and embarks on an epic adventure, gaining the skills and knowledge to deal with the oppressive organization of the Templars in modern times. The film offers an intriguing mix of historical and futuristic elements and provides an unforgettable viewing experience. Join Lynch as he navigates this meticulously crafted universe full of high-octane action, complex characters and delightful twists. Assassin's Creed is not just a movie, but an excursion into a hidden world where the battle between the Assassins and the Templars continues.


Assassin's Creed is an intense action-adventure film inspired by the hugely popular video game of the same name. The story revolves around Callum Lynch, played by Michael Fassbender, a criminal saved from death by the shadowy Abstergo Industries. Using revolutionary technology called the Animus, Callum relives the memories of his ancestor Aguilar de Nerha, a member of the secret Assassin Brotherhood during the Spanish Inquisition.
Entangled in an ancient and deadly feud between the Assassins and the Templars, he gains the incredible fighting skills and knowledge needed to fight the oppressive Templar organization of his time. This film ingeniously combines historical and contemporary science fiction. The dual timeline gives viewers a compelling glimpse into the past as they wrestle with the themes of control, freedom, and identity in the present.
Assassin's Creed makes listeners question their roots and the power stored in memory as they follow Callum on his extraordinary journey of self-discovery and redemption. The film's pulse-pounding action sequences and complex storyline promise an immersive cinematic experience that will entertain video game fans and newcomers alike.



'Assassin's Creed' "film" screenshots
'Assassin's Creed' "film" screenshots
'Assassin's Creed' "film" screenshots
'Assassin's Creed' "film" screenshots
'Assassin's Creed' "film" screenshots
'Assassin's Creed' "film" screenshots


Assassin's Creed follows the fascinating story of Callum Lynch. After surviving his own execution, Lynch becomes the latest subject of dangerous experiments by the mysterious Abstergo Industries. Abstergo's new Animus technology allows Lynch to tap into and experience the memories of his ancestors. Lynch relives the brutal life of his ancestor Aguilar in the 15th century. In Spain, during the deadly reign of the Spanish Inquisition.
Lynch becomes Aguilar, a member of Assassin's Creed, a secret society sworn to fight against their archenemy, the oppressed Templar Order. Through Aguilar's deep and brutal memories, Lynch gains extraordinary knowledge and deadly abilities. Strengthened and empowered, Lynch awakens to a mission of self-discovery and revenge, armed with the wisdom of centuries of assassins.
But the stakes are high and tensions rise as the modern-day Templars close in on Lynch and his new companions. They're looking for an all-powerful "Apple of Eden," supposedly capable of controlling free will, hidden somewhere in Aguilar's chaotic memories.
As Lynch fights to defend freedom in the past and present, he grapples with mysterious alliances, dangerous secrets, and the blurred line between allies and enemies. The fate of free will hangs in the balance as the past and future collide in an epic battle between the Assassins and the Templars.


Sure, here it is.
Making Assassin's Creed was a huge undertaking that required both a dedicated team and a huge budget. Production on the film began in 2011, when Ubisoft announced plans to make a film adaptation of the popular video game series.
Ubisoft Motion Pictures is partnering with New Regency and 20th Century Fox to handle production and distribution. It was an important event, as it was the first film project of the Ubisoft production company. Michael Fassbender was cast in the title role, combining his raw talent and dedication to bring Callum Lynch's character to life.
A large part of the production was dedicated to creating authentic action sequences. The stunts and fight scenes are created by many of the same minds that worked on blockbuster action films like The Dark Knight Rises and Skyfall. Parkour, a staple of the game series, was heavily incorporated into the film's action sequences to capture the games' unique movement style.
The film was mainly shot in Malta and Spain, specifically chosen for their historical architecture. The production team worked diligently to recreate the setting of the Spanish Inquisition, even going to the extreme of filming scenes in Mdina, Malta's walled medieval city. The development of Assassin's Creed was a massive $200 million project that not only adapted its video game counterpart, but also functioned as a standalone cinematic experience while maintaining the essence of the original series.


class="about">Assassin's Creed, developed in detail by Ubisoft and directed by Justin Kurzel, was released worldwide in 2016. December 21 Based on the beloved Assassin's Creed video game series, it highlights a vast and immersive universe and characters admired by millions of fans around the world.
It set the box office on fire upon release and grossed $240 million. The film captivated the audience with its spectacular visuals, elaborate setting and fast-paced stealth action.
The original storyline introduces a new hero, Callum Lynch, played by Michael Fassbender. Lynch uses revolutionary technology that unlocks genetic memories and reveals that he is the descendant of a secret society of assassins. As he relives his ancestors' adventures in 15th century Spain, he gains incredible knowledge and skills to deal with today's oppressive Templar organization.
The film marks an important milestone and illustrates the potential of video games as adaptations of source films. It seamlessly weaves the vast Assassin's Creed story into a self-contained story that can be enjoyed by newcomers and die-hard fans of the series alike.


Assassin's Creed has received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. The movie's high-quality visual effects and engaging action sequences attracted a large number of viewers. These elements showcased the vitality of the Assassin's Creed universe and revived the game's iconic free-running and parkour elements.
However, critics were divided on the dense plot of the film. Some enjoyed its complexity and faithfulness to the source material, while others found it difficult to follow, especially for those less familiar with the video game series. Also, while Michael Fassbender's performance was generally well received, some critics felt that the characters lacked depth.
Despite these criticisms, the film shines in its portrayal of the beloved Assassin's Creed mythology. The concepts of the Animus and the ancient battle between Assassins and Templars were woven into the plot in an intriguing way for fans and newcomers alike.
At the box office, the film failed to live up to expectations domestically, but fared better internationally. Although the film did not achieve blockbuster status, it managed to make the Assassin's Creed franchise better known. Ultimately, the film's unique blend of historical intrigue and contemporary action was enough to cement its place in the pantheon of video game adaptations.

Cultural impact

Assassin's Creed, while not critically acclaimed, had a distinct cultural impact that can be divided into several main areas. The film features themes such as genetic memory and the philosophical battle between free will and predestination, creating a unique blend of science fiction and historical fiction that appeals to audiences.
Perhaps more importantly, the film helped introduce the concept of parkour, the free-running style known in the video game franchise, into popular culture. Exciting action sequences, elaborately choreographed and performed with the help of professional parkour athletes, have created a wave of interest in the sport.
Additionally, the film's well-researched and detailed depiction of historical settings and events has sparked interest and debate about the various historical periods it depicts, such as the Spanish Inquisition. Educators and historians have praised it for sparking viewers' curiosity about history and encouraging them to seek out more information.
In terms of its influence on the film industry, the film is a major entry into the burgeoning genre of video game adaptations. Although the commercial and critical success of these adaptations has been inconsistent, Assassin's Creed is widely regarded as one of the most ambitious and visually impressive attempts to translate a video game franchise to the big screen.
In summary, while Assassin's Creed may not have been a huge success, its cultural impact is related to its themes, influence on popular activities, its ability to stimulate interest in the story, and its role in video game adaptations. it cannot be denied.