Ubisoft Opens Film Studio In Paris

Posted By | On 03rd, May. 2011

Interestingly enough but not so very surprising, Ubisoft has just recently opened a movie studio is Paris.  With the Prince of Persia film put by Walt Disney Films, Ubisoft has made Jean de Rivieres in charge of marketing and promotion, with Jean de Rivieres previously being an executive at Walt Disney Studios France.  With a former Europacorp CEO, Jean-Julien Baronnet will be the head of the new studio.  Well I think it is safe to say we are going to see an Assassin’s Creed movie, with how well a series like that would do for a film, I think it had to have played a large role in the opening of the Studio.


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