Assassin's Creed Movie Blu-ray/DVD Release Date And Bonus Features Revealed
The home video version will have 90 minutes of bonus footage, including deleted scenes and more.
After ending its theatrical run, Fox's video game movie Assassin's Creed is coming to home video in March, the film company announced today. The movie will be available on digital stores on March 10, with the Blu-ray/DVD version launching on March 21.
The home video version will contain 90 minutes of bonus features, including a five-part documentary series about how the movie was made. Another bonus feature will see director Justin Kurzel and stars Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard talk about adapting the video game for the big screen.
Additionally, there will some deleted scenes (supported by commentary from Kurzel and editor Christopher Tellefsen), as well as a gallery of images for things like costumes and concept art. You can see a full rundown of what's included with the home video version of Assassin's Creed below, with descriptions written by Fox.
Assassin's Creed, which came out at the end of December, made more than $211.6 million at the worldwide box office. It performed much better internationally, taking in $157 million from foreign markets, compared to $54 million in the United States, according to Box Office Mojo.
Assassin's Creed Bonus Features:
- Legacy of Assassin's Creed – Justin Kurzel, Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard discuss the legacy of the iconic video game franchise and the original story created for the film
- Becoming an Assassin – Michael Fassbender and the rest of the cast explore the training required to become master assassins
- Tools of the Trade – The filmmakers discuss the inspiration behind the design of the costumes, hoods and weapons, as well as the signature hidden blades
- In the Realm of Realism – The Assassin's Creed cast and crew discuss the recreation of 15th century Spain, as well as modern-day Abstergo
- Swift Moves and Stealth Maneuvers – An inside look at the incredible team behind the film’s action sequences, defying gravity with parkour and "leap of faith" stunts
Deleted Scenes Conversation with Justin Kurzel & Christopher Tellefsen
- Director Justin Kurzel and Editor Christopher Tellefsen look back on the scenes that didn’t quite make the cut
Deleted Scenes Conversation with Justin Kurzel
- Join Director Justin Kurzel and his key collaborators on Assassin’s Creed as they look back on the process of crafting the film
Gallery & More
- Photos from the set, concept, costumes and weapons art
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