Uberproducer Jerry Bruckheimer has said the new Prince of Persia film is a hit with test audiences.
A new trailer for the Prince of Persia movie has appeared on YouTube.
It shows the eponymous hero, played by Jake Gyllenhaal, running, jumping and generally swishing his sword about. He's got an English accent, by the sounds of things.
Also featured are Gemma Arterton, who plays sidekick Tamina, and Ben Kingsley, who must be a baddie judging by that beard.
Jake Gyllenhaal, him out of Donnie Darko and Brokeback Mountain, has signed up to don the big trousers for the Prince of Persia film.
Ubisoft has announced a new Prince of Persia game is on the way.
The Prince of Persia's PSP outing will be called POP Revelations - and won't be a story about that time we met Meat Loaf in our local record shop, nor the one where a bloke from Radiohead accused us of looking miserable.
It will, however, be an expanded port of last year's Prince of Persia: Warrior Within developed by Pipeworks. It'll have additional puzzles, new maps and redesigned levels, it says here. You can find screenshots elsewhere on the site.
Ubi's also talking up the Free Form Fighting system (again), promising new combos using melee weapons, projectiles, walls and more (biscuits?).
Ubisoft has announced that a PSP instalment in the Prince of Persia series is currently in development, releasing the first screenshots of the game too.