With his new series Castlevania (based on the video game of the same name) set to hit Netflix on Friday, producer Adi Shankar has already found another project to fill the work void. That project is an anime TV adaptation of Assassin’s Creed.
Shankar announced the news in a post on his Facebook page. He wrote:
I’m happy to let you guys know that I’ve selected my next project! I played the first edition of Assassin’s Creed the year I moved to Los Angeles to pursue my dream. At that moment I knew absolutely no one in the industry and could never have imagined that one day Ubisoft would ask me to take the world of Assassin’s Creed and create an original story set in it as an anime series. If anyone tells you not to follow your passion in life they are wrong.
That’s all we really know for now. We imagine that the series will follow in Castlevania‘s footsteps by getting snapped up by Netflix, but nothing has been confirmed.
For now, we’ll just get hyped for Castlevania, which stars Outlander and The Hobbit‘s Graham McTavish as Dracula, Richard Armitage (also The Hobbit) as vampire hunter Trevor Belmont, Battlestar Galactica‘s James Callis as Alucard, Alejandra Reynoso (GI Joe: Renegades) as Sypha Belnades, Emily Swallow (Supernatural) as Lisa Tepes, Matt Frewer (Orphan Black) as The Bishop and Tony Amendola (The Mask Of Zorro, Annabelle) as The Elder.
Castlevania premieres on Netflix on 7 July. Get all the latest fantasy news with every issue of SciFiNow.