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Post by Dan @ 12:58pm 22/02/10 | 9 Comments
Disney have released a new featurette for their upcoming feature film Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, serving up a bit of a behind the scenes look at the creation of the movie and it's majestic setting.

Videogame to movie adaptations -- despite some financially successful ventures such as Resident Evil -- have still yet to produce anything really worthy of the source material, so it's great to see that Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time actually getting the blockbuster treatment that such a long-standing game franchise deserves.

If you missed the debut trailer, you can still find that here.

Watch today's behind the scene's featurette aptly titled "Creating an Epic" right here on AusGamers.

Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, hits Australian theatres on May 27th 2010, directed by Mike Newell (Donnie Brasco, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire), produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Gemma Arterton, Alfred Molina and Ben Kingsley,













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Steve Farrelly
Posted 01:23pm 22/2/10
looking very cool
Sc00bs
Posted 01:25pm 22/2/10
looks good, hopefully its not full of love story bs.
sLaps_Forehead
Posted 01:26pm 22/2/10
Will it be the first game-movie to actually be good?

greazy
Posted 01:42pm 22/2/10
resident evil 1 was a good movie. so was silent hill.
Eorl
Posted 02:28pm 22/2/10
yea, theres a few, and i mean very few good game -> movie adaptions. Looks great though, surprised Disney is doing it.
Reverend Evil™
Posted 03:00pm 22/2/10
As long as there's no kids in the movie it should be alright.
darkjedi
Posted 03:11pm 22/2/10
As long as there's no kids in the movie it should be alright.


Or Jar-Jar Binks. Or racially stereotyped Transformers.
greazy
Posted 04:44pm 22/2/10
too bad this is going to be a huge disappointment.

too everyone, fans and nerds a like.
Zylox
Posted 11:12pm 22/2/10
resident evil 1 was a good movie.

If you played the game you'd find the movie was an epic fail!!!1
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