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Sunday
May102009

Bruckheimer Shows New 'Prince of Persia' Footage

When asked by Steve Kmetko on the most recent edition of Backlot Buzz what Jake Gyllenhaal brings to Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, mega-producer Jerry Bruckheimer said part of it is that he's a great actor. Of course, that's the third thing Bruckheimer mentions, after how handsome and in shape Gyllenhaal is. So if you're looking to break into the business: Get handsome.

We've seen some brief moments of the film in the past couple of months, but this is our most extensive look at Prince of Persia footage and the oh-so-handsome Jake Gyllenhaal, which no doubt makes his producer happy.

At first I thought it was a bad idea to move this one into next year, but now it seems like a pretty smart move. I smell a Comic Con trailer debut in the near future. In the meantime, take a look at the latest:


Kudos to Filmonic for the video

Prince of Persia will be released on May 28th next year, which is funny because a year is about how long it took me to complete the game on Sega Genesis back in the day.

Reader Comments (2)

Ok uh they remember that it's called "the sands of time" right, thats cause of the magic dagger, that allows him to rewind time a matter of seconds.
See cause I saw no mention or glimmer of such a thing. Also the rest of the story appeared to have no relation to the game.

Monday, May 11, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterorinn

Well, they've got a year to get that all together.

Monday, May 11, 2009 | Registered CommenterGet The Big Picture

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