Forgotten Sands Prince looks like Jake

"Which leads to the natural inquiry, inspired by actor Jake Gyllenhaal's recent appearance on TV: Does Haggis have any Steelers tattoos, real or fake? A betting grid for Thursday's Steelers-Browns game, $5 a block, was posted by the stage door.

No, although he does have some Steelers paraphernalia. "I love baseball. I took my son to a Pirate game. I'm a fan of the Pirates. I don't care if they win or lose."

Jake Gyllenhaal presents a first look at the film, 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time' at the Spike TV Video Game Awards 2009.

Jake Gyllenhaal presenting the Video Game Awards, on 12th December, 2009.

VGA Exclusives! The prince returns for his next adventure! Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Exclusive Debut Trailer.

"Set for release in May of 2010 (the film - The Sands of Time - will be released in the same month) the new game will be called The Forgotten Sands.
What's more, the prince in the game does boast something of a Jake Gyllenhaal likeness, while the title seems to dispense with the watercolour vibe present in the previous title's visuals.

If this initial footage is anything to go by, the new game will sport the game-rewind mechanic, to help the Prince out in tricky spots".