A number of Moroccan set pictures from the forthcoming 'Prince of Persia: Sands of Time' movie has been let out by Korben.
Less than a month after the photos of Jake Gyllenhaal as Dastan came out, a bunch of new images are being posted by Korben. The newfound photos bring in the first look into the transformation of Ait Benhaddou into an ancient Moroccan set for the shooting of "Prince of Persia: Sands of Time".
All the six pictures let out are focused on the uniquely designed Moroccan structures with its earth brown and blue colors. Exposing that the set is still under construction, most of the pictures are taken from the distant, giving the idea of how the sixth century Persia will look like in the video game adaptation.
Focusing its story on the quest of an adventurous prince and his rival princess, "Sands of Time" follows Dastan, the Persian prince who ought to work together with feisty and exotic Princess Tamina in stopping a villainous ruler from possessing the Sands of Time which reversal power can destroy the world.
Based on the popular 2003 video game published by Ubisoft, the Jerry Bruckheimer-produced movie stars also Gemma Arterton, Ben Kingsley and Alfred Molina. Due to be released on May 28, 2010, it has allegedly started shooting in Morocco at the beginning of July.