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Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time is an action-adventure-fantasy movie based on the video game under the same. The movie is produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and directed by Mike Newell. The movie stars Jake Gyllenhaal, Gemma Arterton, Ben Kingsley etc.

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 It did help being surrounded by an international crew, but a primarily British cast and somewhat British crew. So I would speak, as soon as I got out of the car, I would speak with the accent all day and journey from region to region around England as I spoke to different people. Sometimes I would sound like them in takes and the director Mike Newell would shout, ‘Dear boy, that doesn’t sound right, do it again!’. I would say the accent was the hardest part to manage. 
— Jake Gyllenhaal struggled to master British accent preparing for his role in Prince of Persia / May 13, 2010
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 It’s daunting trying to do any kind of service as an American to such a beautiful, fluid speech pattern that you all have, We are just barbarians in comparison. 
— Jake Gyllenhaal struggled to master British accent preparing for his role in Prince of Persia / May 13, 2010
 I was in the gym six days a week. I really did have to work hard to look like I do in the film. It doesn’t come naturally. Then it also took me three hours in make-up to look like that. 
— Gemma Arterton worked hard in the gym preparing for her role in Price of Persia / May 12, 2010
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 I did a horseriding stunt which was in the trailer but not in the film which was a bit annoying because I spent four weeks learning it, 
— Gemma Arterton is sad that her stunt scrapped in her movie Prince of Persia: The Sands Of Time / April 22, 2010
 This is the sort of movie I always imagined I’d end up doing. This is the sort of movie I’d go to see in the cinema. I wouldn’t get my clothes off for just any film. On camera I really didn’t give a s**t, but as soon as they said ‘Cut!’ I was like, ‘Someone put the dressing gown over me!’ 
— Gemma Arterton on her upcoming movie Prince Of Persia: The Sands of Time / April 21, 2010

 We had a lot of British on set and they kept saying how hot it was. I guess they are just not used to those kind of temperatures. I kept telling them to stop moaning. Although I grew up in Los Angeles, so those temperatures are not such a big deal for me. 
— Jake Gyllenhaal bored of moaning British people on sets of Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time / April 07, 2010
 The reason why most video games movies haven’t been successful up until now is the fact that most of the action that takes place is stuff that we’ve seen before [in the game], but hasn’t had a reason in the story line that makes sense. So, in this movie we decided that everything the prince did in the movie had to have a reason. If he were going to jump on a wall and run over to get away from somebody, or he’s going to jump from building to building, there had to be an obstacle. It had to be based on something that he had learned, or based in the story line. Most of the time you just see really cool stunts and people doing really cool things, but you don’t know why. Our action all ties back into the ultimate story. 
— Jake Gyllenhaal feels his movie Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time will be a big hit than any other video game adapted movie / April 06, 2010
 It got a little bit dicey there near the end, when they saw that I liked doing things that were dangerous. I tried my hand at things that were pushing it a little bit. There was this big 35 foot jump that I did that got a little hairy. 
— Jake Gyllenhaal on his preparation for his role in the movie Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time / April 06, 2010
 I never did anything this intensive before to change my body. It’s a physical role. And when I commit to playing a part, it’s 110 per cent. 
— Jake Gyllenhaal on his preparation for his role in the movie Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time / April 06, 2010
 We worked really closely with David Belle, who invented Parkour. I worked with a lot of gymnasts. I started jumping off of a lot of things that were padded and learned the fundamental stuff, and then slowly started working on harder surfaces, really carefully. And I’d say, ‘OK, I’ll try it,’ and then I’d say, ‘Oh God! Oh please.’ But then I’d get it, and we’d go a little further and a little longer and a little higher and just kept it up. 
— Jake Gyllenhaal on getting trained in French martial art 'Parkour' for his role in the movie Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time / April 06, 2010

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