Assassin’s Creed: Michael Fassbender On What He’d Change About The Film

Not too long ago, we were all hoping that Assassin’s Creed would be the film to break the curse of the terrible video game movies. Sadly, rather than being the exception, it became yet another statistic. The film disappointed on virtually every level, and as a result, audiences never actually connected with it, making for a disappointing box office haul.

So now that that film has already run its course, we can now look back on the film objectively, and this is exactly what actor-producer Michael Fassbender did in a recent interview. So what would he change about the Assassin’s Creed, if given the opportunity?

Here’s what Fassbender said:

“I would make it more entertaining, that’s really the main note. The feeling of the film, I think it took itself too seriously and I would get to the action a lot quicker. I think there’s three beginnings of the film, which is a mistake.”

While Assassin’s Creed did match the video games in terms of its visuals, it was, in my opinion, incredibly boring to watch. Had the film had a better sense of fun about itself, it would have at least been an enjoyable ride, flaws aside.

What do you think? What would you change about the Assassin’s Creed film? Let us know your thoughts down below!

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SOURCE: Movie’n’co (via IndieWire)

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