Assassin’s creed netflix cast Netflix and Ubisoft confirmed their collaboration to create a live-action Assassin’s Creed series in October 2020. But even after more than two years, there has been no indication of it, and it might still be some time before the show airs because writer and showrunner Jeb Stuart just disclosed to Collider that he is no longer involved.
Stuart declined to elaborate on the circumstances surrounding his departure from Netflix for the programme but deemed Collider’s assertion that there was a “conflict in vision” to be “accurate.”
“I believe there was some movement of executives from LA to London, and it allowed the London group who, regrettably, had to inherit my concept of what it was instead of getting to establish their own vision,” Stuart added. “So, that seems fair to me. I’m confident that it will be fantastic whenever it is released. I think the Ubisoft staff is outstanding. It’s a fantastic franchise, in my opinion. Simply said, it was a good time for both parties to move on.”
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Stuart seemed like a good fit for an intelligent, action-packed Assassin’s Creed franchise. His outstanding list of writing credits, which spans 35 years, includes blockbusters like Just Cause, Leviathan, Another 48 Hours, and Die Hard. In that regard, his loss is painful, yet despite the breakup, his relationship with Netflix appears to be stable: He developed the historical drama series Vikings: Valhalla for the network in 2022 (a follow-up to the History Channel’s Vikings which is now available on Netflix), and he continues to serve as the showrunner as it enters its second season, which may have contributed to his decision to leave the Assassin’s Creed series.