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New Prince Of Persia Poster Online
We think he has courage

02 December 2009  |  Written by James White  |  Source: Planet Disney

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We're not entirely sure if this new poster for Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time is trying to scream that Jake Gyllenhaal's Dastan has courage, that the music is by Star Trek theme man Alexander Courage (doubt it, he's dead) or if he's sponsored by Courage Best Bitter.

It's probably option A), since anyone who's seen the trailer for Mike Newell's game adaptation can tell you that Dastan is all about being courageous. That, and leaping about in the desert.

But while there are some film images that go for subtlety, it looks like the Persia team are all about big, bold statements that leave you in no doubt about our hero and his 'tache. Planet Disney got the new image, which you can see below.

New Prince Of Persia Poster Online
Click the image above for a larger version on Planetadisney


Prince Of Persia arrives in cinemas on 28 May next year.


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if anyone's interested, I actually have US versions of the poster as well as the Ben Kingsley REVENGE poster with dates and all at http://www.stitchkingdom.com/2009/12/02/new-hi-res-post ers-from-prince-of-persia-when-destiny-meets-courage-an d-revenge/ More

Posted by bradk at 23:16 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

RE: I gotta say..
L: monkeywrench They've picked a really boring font for the title there.. irst thing that crossed my mind too. Shouldn't they have gone for something more Middle Eastern? The boxart on the POP videogames always managed to get this small detail right. More

Posted by Fit Kisto at 20:52 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

Looks like an Empire cover... More

Posted by Kmadden2004 at 15:51 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

boring poster to a film tht looks... boring. No surprises here! More

Posted by plum bob at 14:56 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

I gotta say..
They've picked a really boring font for the title there.. More

Posted by monkeywrench at 13:08 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

Looks Like...
An Obama-esque campaign poster. More

Posted by chizmund at 11:11 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

Courage: A New Cologne for Gay Men. And I'm still annoyed with this film. Far too many whities for a film set in Persia. More

Posted by MovieMogul at 08:58 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

I Argee.
I argee with ivanahump, this isn't overhyped and I also can't wait for Avatar. Prince Of Persia is looking good, yet a another on the list that I'm dying to see. I hope it's brilliant like the games, they were awesome! More

Posted by joanna likes films at 08:57 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

cant wait to see it, this unlike avatar isnt overhyped and with bruckhimer in the driving seat it'll be brill More

Posted by ivanahump at 08:47 on 02 December 2009 | Report This Post

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