They contain, as expected, a giant ornately designed ship that we’ve watched be built over the last few months or so, and also Ben Barnes as King Caspian, who looks like he’s aged a solid ten years courtesy of a new beard.
Only Edmund and Lucy are back for this installment, as presumably the older kids are now off partying rather than » - Paul Tassi With principal filming on the third Narnia pic wrapping up in Australia today, it’s time for the post-production bells and whistles on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader to get started.
Coward’s long been held as a master of wit, with plays like Blithe Spirit, Design for Living and Private Lives still well known long after his death.
have noted the release of the first production stills via the film’s Facebook pages and they are striking in their design and point to a colourful journey ahead with the Dawn Treader. Lewis’s Narnia books are beloved by many people and I’m hoping we’ll see director Michael Apted continue to remain faithful to the source material and resist the temptation (and pressure from Fox perhaps) to make Narnia a Lord of the Rings lite/Potter franchise machine. » - Jon Lyus 20th Century Fox has released three new photos from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader on the official Narnia Facebook page. The Helm of the Dawn Treader Ben Barnes as King Caspian and Skandar Keynes as Edmund Pevensie Georgie Henley as Lucy Pevensie This time around – Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, along with their pesky cousin Eustace Scrubb – find themselves swallowed into a painting and on to a fantastic Narnian ship headed for the very edges of the world.
We see Ben Barnes as Caspian and Skandar Keynes as Edmund Pevensie and Georgie Henley as Lucy as well as the titular Dawn Treader itself. Joining forces once again with their royal friend Prince Caspian and the warrior mouse Reepicheep, they are whisked away on a mysterious mission to the Lone Islands, and beyond.
Tilda was already an award-winning actress when she joined the “Narnia” series, but in recent years her career has shot to new heights, if possible.
Her post-”Narnia” movies include “We Need To Talk About Kevin,” “Moonrise Kingdom,” “Only Lovers Left Alive,” “Snowpiercer” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” among others.
Narnia fans get a shiny new production blog to follow, which promises to unleash surprises over the year until release next December, the first lot of which is three new pictures of one of the film’s main whistles, the Dawn Treader herself.
A world away from the BBC version’s low-key ship, this Dawn Treader is certainly brandishing its Disney-ness.Since leaving “Narnia,” William has continued acting regularly but has appeared mainly in short films and indies, with starring roles in “Run” and “The Silent Mountain.” Next, he’ll star in the postapocalyptic drama “The Veil” and join Elizabeth Hurley in a TV movie, “The Royals.” Anna is now a lead on the CW series “Reign”; the second season premiered earlier this month.She has also appeared in supporting roles in the movies “Payback Season” and “Passengers” and starred in the webseries “Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn.”Skandar left acting for a time and became an impressive scholar instead: he studied Arabic and Middle Eastern History at Cambridge and was named one of Business Insider's "16 Incredibly Impressive Students At Cambridge University.” Earlier this year, he made his first return to acting since “Narnia,” lending his voice to the audio drama “Extraordinary Adventures of G. Henty: In Freedom's Cause.”Like Skandar, Georgie left acting to focus on her studies; she’s currently studying English at Cambridge.Along the way they encounter dragons, dwarves, merfolk, and a band of lost warriors before reaching the edge of the world.The movie just wrapped up filming in Brisbane, Australia and is set to hit theaters next December, 2010.It’s unfair of me to bend Barker’s ear for long, though.