If any of you decided to watch Confessions of a Shopoholic you may have missed the Prince of Persia movie poster flashing in the reflection of the cab, do not fret, TTeba has contacted us with a clip showing that very scene. The poster itself looks very reminiscent of the video games.
The portrayal of the Prince in the movie seems to be an interesting combination of previous games, as one reader points out — the movie is entitled ‘Sands of Time’ — in the first look video we see Jake dressed in a white robe — similar to the 1989 prince and we also see clips of him donned up in the Warrior Within prince outfit. And now in this poster there is a hint of the Two Thrones character portrayal.
The new poster for the Prince of Persia movie will first be appearing in a rather unusual place, the rather cheeky Jerry Bruckheimer has put it into his new movie, “Confessions of a Shopoholic”, which’ll be the first place you can see it, so report MTV:
Fans looking for a first look at the poster art for the upcoming, “Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time” will have to head to the movie theater to see it, though it won’t be in the place they might expect.
Mega-Producer Jerry Bruckheimer has hidden the poster inside his latest film, “Confessions of a Shopaholic”, appearing as a Times Square advertisement about halfway into the film. It joins posters for a number of other Bruckheimer productions, including the upcoming “G-Force”, though “Persia” is unique in that it marks the first time the films’ artwork has been seen anywhere.
Prominently featured on the poster is lead actor Jake Gyllenhaal in full-costume as Prince Dastan.
ET Online have posted a video interview with Jake Gyllenhaal, showing quick snippets of action, Jake having some fun and Jerry Bruckheimer. It’s pretty laid back, and, as media movie scoops tend to go, this one is pretty good.
Note the quick panning shots of Morocco, the two sworded action scenes.
Our first glimpses at the construction of the Prince of Persia movie set have come to us via Korben & Rocho. These pictures were taken at Ait Ben Haddou in Morocco; it looks like they are creating a full town with streets et al. It is also interesting to compare them to the concept art that was released in April 2007.
Disney has today announced that the Prince of Persia movie adaptation will no longer be hitting its June 19th 2009 release date — instead being pushed back a whole year to May 28th 2010. Rather than contend with the likes of Transformers 2, the PoP movie will now be up against Shrek Goes Fourth and Marvel’s new title, “Thor”.