Prince of Persia trailer released
Wednesday 04 November 2009
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time has a new trailer doing the rounds. Distributed by Walt Disney Studios worldwide and set for an international release May 26, 2010 onwards, the film promises action, fiery special effects and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Also starring Gemma Arterton and Ben Kingsley, the film is directed by Mike Newall ( Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Donnie Brasco).
The story, inspired by the Prince of Persia video games, revolves around Dastan (Gyllenhaal) a young Prince who joins forces with Tamina (Arterton) an exotic princess to stop a "villainous nobleman" from possessing the Sands of Time. The video (hosted by YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/v/Z8EA7EbFX4k&hl) shows Gyllenhaal in an effort to save his kingdom and the world from the sandstorm unleashed by the ruler.
France & Egypt on May 26, 2010
Australia & Russia on May 27, 2010
Italy, UK and USA on May 28, 2010
Argentina on June 17, 2010
Germany on July 28, 2010
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