Nov 26, 2016 03:59 AM EST

'Assassin's Creed' The Movie Spoilers And More Spoilers: Know More About Michael Fassbender, Film With Different Time Periods To Occur?

"Assassin's Creed" movie is originally a movie about the main character, Callum Lynch. True to its origin the film would still be a stealthy movie by means an Assassin as the film's title states. But twist here is that the film will be not like much it's game because it will consist of two different periods of time.

According to GamenGuide, the executive producer of "Assassin's Creed," Pat Crowley said that the movie will consist of two time periods; the first period will be set in the fifteenth century spanish era while the other will be set on the present day. Players and fanatics of the game might be a little baffled about this because it is as a whole different from the game itself.

Michael Fassbender, the actor who will play the lead as Callum Lynch describes that departure from the game itself is vital for the film. He points out that this is no longer a video game because the film needs the viewers to experience a different vibe meaning thing will be changed and a twist of plot will be launched.

The "Assassin's Creed" film will compose more on the present day era than the spanish era of what we see in the video game. By that it will really give viewers questions while watching the movie the interest and the answers when it is said and done.

Next would be the question after answering why there are two periods in one film. Callum Lynch, is a descendant of Aguilar, a member of a secret Assassin society. He must go back in time to encounter and relive the moments of his 15th century ancestor in "Assassin's Creed."

To go back to the past he needs the help of a Animas, a time machine. And when he does, Fassbender from Lynch he becomes and relives as Aguilar, his second role in the film. The good thing here for the Callum when using the Animas was able to learn more skills and knowledge while reliving his ancestors life and this will make him more deadly when he comes back to his original self in the modern day aspect as reported from Digital Spy.

"Assassin's Creed" will be premiering on December 21, 2016. For more spoilers and current updates about the film stay tuned to Jobs & Hire.

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