When Moviefone visited the set of 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time,' the film was hurling through production, utilizing a whopping eight stages of London's famous Pinewood Studios, with plans being made to build sets on two more. There were a whopping three different crews shooting: a second unit filming a fight scene inside a castle, a third unit working on an intense, effects-heavy scene involving the Sands of Time dagger, and a first unit filming Jake Gyllenhaal and Gemma Arterton inside the Alamut laundry room, where their characters have come in disguise looking for information. One thing was for sure: Disney wanted to turn this into its next big franchise, and the studio wasn't sparing any expense in order to make that happen.

Here are eight things we learned from the set that you can tuck back in your film-drunk brain as you get ready to watch 'Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time' explode on screen this May 28th.