Making of prince of persia movie
Behind the Scenes of Prince of Persia by Michael SingerWhen Walt Disney Pictures and Jerry Bruckheimer Productions unite to create a movie, the result is bound to be epic, magical, and full of adventure. In Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, Oscar-nominated actor Jake Gyllenhaal (Brokeback Mountain, Rendition, Zodiac, Jarhead, Donnie Darko) stars as a young prince who must prove his innocence with the reluctant help of a conquered princess. As he searches for a dangerous artifact that has the potential to prevent the unleashing of an Earth-destroying sandstorm, he faces deceit, betrayal, and treacherous, black-cloaked Hassasins.
This beautifully designed narrative will describe in detail every aspect of the movie-making process, from casting to costumes to computer graphics. Author Michael Singer takes readers on an extraordinary journey, recounting the links in the Prince of Persia chain-from the wildly popular video game to the film project, spearheaded by one of the worlds most successful producers, Jerry Bruckheimer.
A veritable oasis of exclusive photos and insider information, the book includes information on the production, makeup, location filming, stunts, and special effects, as well as profiles of the films incredible stars!
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time
Adapted from a mega successful gaming franchise, Gyllenhaal played the lead role of royal fugitive Dastan in the blockbuster, but his star power couldn't save the project from scathing reviews or claims of whitewashing. There have been a number of roles like that. And then a number of roles that do. After all, for every Donnie Darko there's an Everest out there Want up-to-the-minute entertainment news and features?
Jake Gyllenhaal as the Prince clambers up buildings, takes massive flying leaps over rooftops and, yes, even does some wall jumps in the clip, released Wednesday by Disney., Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is a live-action adaptation based on the video game of the same name developed by Ubisoft Montreal. Dastan Jake Gyllenhaal is a street rat turned prince in sixth century Persia who must join forces with Tamina Gemma Arterton , one of the guardians of the Sandglass of Time , to prevent his uncle Nizam Ben Kingsley from possessing the powers of the Sands of Time.
His exotic princess is played by Gemma Arterton, the English actress, the daughter of a cleaner and a plumber from Gravesend, Kent. Critics said that the casting was the latest example of Hollywood using white stars in non-white roles when the parts should have gone to actors with a Persian or Middle Eastern background. Jehanzeb Dar, an independent filmmaker, said: "This part really needed to go to someone who's Persian. It's not only insulting to Persians, it's also insulting to white people. It's saying white people can't enjoy movies unless the protagonist is white. Gyllenhaal, 29, plays Dastan, a street urchin who is adopted by the king.