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Oh: Prince of Persia film trailer gets remade using LEGOs

5:00 PM on 04.26.2010 // Nick Chester

I know some of you guys are skeptical of Jerry Bruckheimer's upcoming Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time film, and I get your trepidation considering the history of game-to-film adaptations. But what if -- are you sitting down? -- the film were entirely presented as LEGOs?

MTV Movies Blog wondered the same thing, and then took it a step further -- it fully re-created the trailer for the film using Prince of Persia LEGO pieces. Yes, this includes some sort of LEGO camels, as well as the full audio from the original trailer. Is it ridiculous? Did it take them three weeks to put the trailer together? Is the final result cute and well worth the hours put into it? Yes, yes, and yes.

Check it out over at the MTV Movies Blog.

Yeah, We Spent Three Weeks Re-Creating The 'Prince Of Persia' Trailer Out Of Legos -- So Watch It Now! [MTV Movies Blog]




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