Assassin’s Creed was meant to launch a franchise for producer and star Michael Fassbender, and of all the video game properties out there, it was a sensible choice. It’s spawned a lot of games, those games have expanded upon the mythology, and it’s a valuable IP. Of course, when you have an eye on future films, you’re incredibly conscious of how you end your movie. If Michael Fassbender wants a franchise, you don’t kill off Michael Fassbender at the end of your film.
Assassin’s Creed was never going to do that, but there was an alternate ending that they had in mind.
Heard is currently in Australia getting ready to film Aquaman, and director James Wan and the cast and crew hooked her up with a Mera cake for her birthday. Happy Birthday to MEra! Thank you @creepypuppet @prideofgypsies, Rob Cowan, & the cast and crew of #aquaman A post shared by Amber Heard (@amberheard) on Apr […]
Set your calendars, folks! Deadpool 2 has officially landed a release date in the thick of prime summer blockbuster season. 20th Century Fox has dated the superhero sequel for June 1, 2018. Ryan Reynolds is back as the snarky, homicidal antihero alongside newcomers Josh Brolin as cable and Atlanta breakout Zazie Beets as Domino. For […]
On this week’s Superhero News Show, Sean Gerber and Mark Hughes discuss the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 press week and premiere, James Gunn returning for Vol. 3, Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck directing Captain Marvel, the Marvel Studios open house, Adam Warlock, and Joss Whedon’s plans for Batgirl. Be sure to subscribe to […]