No, dear readers, we're not charging you for entry to this particular post (though we do hear that subscription-based content is the wave of the future) -- the price we speak of is an intangible one, but a costly one nonetheless. After the break, we've posted a behind-the-scenes look at Jerry Bruckheimer's first foray into game-to-movie adaptations, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time -- a look which is offered through the mind-numbing lens of Entertainment Tonight. So if you want to get a look at the film's impressive backdrop (which, according to Bruckheimer, is of Lawrence of Arabia quality), you're going to have to sacrifice a few of your lesser-used mental faculties. Seriously, if you have any important long division to do today, we suggest skipping ahead.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.

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