Conor Brophy: The film of Assassin’s Creed is set to be a crossover hit – even if its maker disagrees

Ubisoft doesn’t expect the picture to make much money

17th July, 2016
Frank Marshall, producer of the film "Assassins Creed" Pic: Getty

Despite the fact that it is spending close to $200 million on the project, Ubisoft doesn’t expect the film version of its hit game Assassin’s Creed to make much money.

It’s not too bothered by that prospect either, judging by comments made by Alain Corre, head of its Europe, Middle East and Africa businesses. “We are not going to earn a lot of money from it. It is lot more a marketing...

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