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Tag Archives: prince of persia
Let’s be honest, not every swing a Hollywood blockbuster will be a home run. But Jerry Bruckheimer is the Hollywood equivalent of Ryan Howard. So when Bruckheimer took on the task of converting the best selling video game “Prince of … Continue reading
There’s a good chance you missed Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time when it was in theaters. It kinda got sandwiched between a few bigger films and after a run of better 3D movies. I’ll have a longer review … Continue reading
May 28th 2010 is fast approaching and with it the movie that Disney is hoping will fill the boots of Captain Jack Sparrow at the box office this summer. Trading oceans of water for deserts of sand, we get Prince … Continue reading
Rumors that LEGO would soon start producing a few Disney themed lines recently made their way around the internet. Turns out they’re true. The LEGO Group and Disney Consumer Products today announced a multi-year licensing agreement that gives the LEGO … Continue reading