rebecca-williams

Assassin's Creed Fancast

My other Video Games fancasts

Resident Evil

Life Is Strange

Mass Effect

Mortal Kombat

God Of War

Bioshock

Bioshock 2

Bioshock Infinite

Wentworth Miller as Desmond Miles

Kristen Bell as Lucy Stillman

Paul Bettany as Shaun Hastings

Zooey Deschanel as Rebecca Crane

Robert Patrick as William Miles

Oscar Isaac as Clay Kaczmarek

Donald Sutherland as Warren Vidic

Moe Dunford as  Juhani Otso Berg

Rami Malek as Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad

Yasmin Paige as Maria Thrope

Ghassan Massoud as Al Mualim

Theo Rossi as Malik al-Sayf

Behzad Farahani as Jabal

Abraham Justice as Abbas Sofian

Thomas Canestraro as Robert de Sable

Lorenzo Richelmy as Ezio Auditore Da Firenze

Romano Orzari as Giovanni Auditore da Firenze

Ian McShane as Mario Auditore

Claudia Ferri as Maria Auditore da Firenze

India Eisley as  Claudia Auditore da Firenze

Mark Stanley as Leonardo da Vinci

Aidan Gillen as Niccolò Machiavelli

Christina Hendricks as Caterina Sforza

Oona Chaplin as Cristina Vespucci

Ralph Fiennes as La Volpe

Patricia Velasquez as Paola

America Ferrera as Annetta

David Wenham as Antonio de Magianis

Krysten Ritter as Rosa

Monica Bellucci as Teodora Contanto

Mandy Patinkin as Bartolomeo d'Alviano

Miranda Otto as Pantasilea Baglioni

Gregg Chillin as Yusuf Tazim

Rebecca Ferguson as Sofia Sator

Diego Luna as  Prince Suleiman

John Doman as Rodrigo Borgia

François Arnaud as Cesare Borgia

Holliday Grainger Lucrezia Borgia

Faran Tahir as Prince Ahmet

Zhang Ziyi as Shao Jun

Umar Khan as  Arbaaz Mir

Uros Certic as Nikolai Orelov

Matt Ryan as Edward Kenway

Lyriq Bent as Adéwalé

Dakota Blue Richards as Mary Read

Danny Glover as Achilles Davenport

Liam Neeson as Haytham Kenway

Aidan Turner as Shay Patrick Cormac

Martin Sensmeier as Connor/Ratonhnhaké:ton

Lupita Nyong’o as Aveline de Grandpré

Hugo Becker as Arno Dorian

Catherine Bérubé as Élise de la Serre

Taron Egerton as Jacob Frye

Daisy Ridley as Evie Frye

Felicity Jones as Lydia Frye

Sendhil Ramamurthy as Henry Green

John Boyega as Bayek

Sibylla Deen as Aya/Amunet

Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra

Ciarán Hinds as Julius Caesar

New Assassins Creed “leaked” info:
  • The leaks aren’t “accidents”. Controlled. Both pictures are real. The first one (where the MC stood in front of something) is very old. The second one is a picture from the Demo we’ll see at E3.
  • New scouting mechanic, the eagle. The eagle’s placeholder name for now is “Akhom”.
  • There are NO towers in the game. You will be using your eagle for side-activities and points of interest. There’s a limit to how far you can go away from the protagonist.
  • The characters all speak English like in Unity. That is because of the Animus 5.0, which has perfected any translation issues of the older versions. You will be sitting in it, not moving around like in the movie.
  • We have a new Modern Day protagonist, he’s male and mixed race. Already a trained Assassin and has a new team that helps him achieve his task, given by William himself. William, Rebecca, Shaun all make appearances.
  • MD is more like AC3’s MD with bigger areas and more character interaction. The MD does more to highlight the fact that Assassins and Templars still exist and are having a big impact on the world.
  • “Without giving too much away, a piece of Eden is used during the Exodus and the crossing of the Red Sea, playing into the whole overarching mission of the modern-day protagonist.” Not main focus of the story though.
  • He doesn’t exactly know when it’s set, but last he heard it was set between 1400 and 1200 BCE. It’s set during the Dynasties.
  • NO naval combat. It really is only just a sailing boat used for travel purposes. It’s like in The Witcher 3, just a tad more customizable. That’s it.
  • He states numerous times that the world is breathtakingly beautiful and that there is ambient stuff going on in the open seas. Better to sail than miss this stuff by fast-travelling.
  • You will be travelling the Eastern Mediterranean with your boat.
  • Ambient music is in the game. Hooray!
  • Devs have focused on story 100%. There is no multiplayer whatsoever, however, there are micro-transactions like in BF and Rogue. Multiplayer is still on the cards, might return at some point to the franchise.
  • A lot of work went into the immersion aspect.
  • Plenty of tropical areas. Mirages, oasis areas and various islands dotted around the sea are beautiful.
  • The main protag (in the past) is a quieter version of Altair, basically. Looks like him, slightly darker. Not black like Adé. Trilogy with him planned. Greece comes next and he’s in there. No idea about the third entry at all.
  • Main protag (past) is apparently Israelite.
  • Combat has been reworked. Enemies have different attack patterns and will actively try to flank you. Kinda like Witcher 3, but easier to get into.
  • Stealth is much more integrated into the world. You can hide on corners, in crowds, in buildings and in bushes/haystacks. Imagine Syndicate and Unity’s stealth, but much more well thought out and implemented. Social stealth is emphasized a lot in the game. You’ll be blending into crowds and with groups of slaves an awful lot.
  • Free running is the same as Syndicate/Unity, though it adds in some of the flair from Watch Dogs 2. It’s a lot smoother and more fluid.
  • Reason why AC doesn’t make its way to Japan is because the higher ups don’t see it being successful. They made China for Chronicles to “please the fans”. Whoop-de-doo.
  • Same thing for WW1 and WW2.
  • Engine is a reworked version of Syndicate’s. But looks drastically different to Syndicate/Unity.
  • They took Unity’s backlash very, very badly. They’ve been working on Origins so much to avoid another buggy situation. “Syndicate was about 60% complete when the backlash came to light, so Ubi shoved that one out of the door before we had the break.”
  • No Switch version, releases on PS4, Xbawks One and PC.
  • Coming out later this year.
  • Hidden Blade used in the game is a very early version. Requires losing a finger. There’s also a bow, a shield, various swords, spears and throwing knives.
  • Our protagonist (paaast) doesn’t have a name at the beginning. Later, other characters start calling him “Shed”, after the deity that represents salvation. A big part of the story revolves around saving your people from slavery.
  • https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shed_(deity)
  • The idea of an Ancient Rome game was floating around the office. Ceasar wasn’t a Templar, but shared a lot of their ideologies. Senators that killed him were part of the Brotherhood. Status of this idea is unknown.
  • Skills are done in a talent tree. However, the differences between the skill trees are drastically different and you can only ever have a certain amount of skills active at one point. One tree is Combat, another Stealth and the final one is Movement.
  • Outfit-wise, there’s a few pre-determined outfits (as there has been in every AC game). However, there are different piece of equipment that you can buy that will go over the top of your ‘base’ appearance. Imagine Unity’s equipment variation/customization, but with less pointless fluff.
  • Character customization is more like Unity than Syndicate.
  • I forgot to add this, sorry people: You can put your hood on and off whenever you want!

     
    I don’t want the character to be quite…I love it when characters talk while your walking and doing stuff. Just like in Uncharted games…
    What do you guys think? 
ew.com
Wonder Woman Creator Biopic Gets Mysterious First Teaser
‘Professor Marston & The Wonder Women’ tells the story of the character’s real-life origin

YOU GUYS THEY ARE FINALLY GONNA TELL THE STORY OF THE GUY WHO CREATED WONDER WOMAN AND THE TWO WOMEN WHO INSPIRED THE CHARACTER: HIS WIFE AND THEIR MUTUAL LOVER (AKA A POLYAMOROUS RELATIONSHIP WITH TWO KICKASS BI WOMEN)!!!


“With Patty Jenkins’ Wonder Woman soaring to a $100.5 million dollar box office debut this weekend awash in positive reviews, it’s likely many viewers are walking out of the movie theater with a newfound appreciation for the Amazing Amazon. Although she’s been around nearly as long as other big-name DC icons like Batman and Superman, Wonder Woman isn’t always given the attention and respect she deserves. The same goes for her creator, William Moulton Marston. But just as Wonder Woman herself is having her day in the sun, so too will her creator in the new biopic Professor Marston & the Wonder Women, which just released its first teaser.

Directed by Angela Robinson, Professor Marston & the Wonder Women stars Luke Evans as Marston, the Harvard psychologist who channeled his interests in feminism, pacifism, bondage, lie detection, and more into creating Wonder Woman. Rebecca Hall and Bella Heathcoate also star as Elizabeth Marston and the couple’s mutual lover, Olive Byrne, respectively — the two women who served as inspirations for Diana. In the brief new teaser, Marston tells someone off-screen that “I created her, she’s a smash success because of me,” only for a beautiful woman (presumably Heathcoate’s Olive) to appear triumphantly on screen. The relationship between a cultural feminist icon and her male creator will likely form one of the film’s main tensions.”

Addiction theme on NBC Family drama THIS IS US

This is us is about family. Is about peoples virtues and flaws. But also is very recurrent the addiction theme. 

Confirmed ones :

Addiction for drink /alchool Jack

Addiction for food Kate

Addiction for perfection Randall

Addiciton for drugs William


 my theories:

Addiction for attention Kevin 

Kevin´s life choices are always based in getting attention because when he was a kid and a teen he felt ignored by his parents and felt randall stole the parents attention - he became a model, than a actor, in school he was popular and a Jock, he cheated on Sophie. When he appears in Randalls hes always trying to be the central piece always talking a lot and moving around like it is his own house. This is all based in seeking attention.

Addicton (fear of being alone) to have company/someone


I think Rebecca have fear of being alone because she at first didnt want kids and marriage life, but stayed with Jack knowing he wanted this kind of life, she married Miguel after Jacks death, she saw how alone and miserable her mother was because the dad didnt pay attention to her and her mother , she wanted fame and being a singer, fame is like a way of not being alone because everyone wants to be with you when you are famous and finaly she was scared to death of loosing randall.

8
Desmond Miles - cellphone pictures as polaroids
(*gross sobbing* ugh i miss this crew so much)