Over you'll find the very first trailer to "Assassin's Creed", an upcoming film based on the well-liked action game franchise. The film, slated for a December 21 release, stars Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard.
But, strangely, the spotlight is stolen by rapper Kanye West, whose "I Am a God" blares in the background during the clip. 20th Century Fox, its distributor, hopes to best 2010's "Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time", which with $336.4 million created at the box office is the highest grossing video game adaptation ever.
Lara Croft will soon also return to the silver screen, with Alicia Vikander not too long ago becoming cast as the top lady for the approaching "Tomb Raider" reboot. The Asssassin's Creed video games follow Desmond Miles, a descendent of a line of assassins, who is forced by a potent corporation to use the "Animus", a device that lets them investigate the experiences of his assassin ancestors. Go over: Kanye West by some means steals the spotlight in.