Dawn Treader Trailer Screen Caps

Posted June 17, 2010 3:01 am by Tirian

Below you will find hi-res screen captures from every scene in the trailer so that you can pore over every minute detail. Hopefully, these will soon be replaced with even better quality captures!

If you haven’t seen the trailer yet, make sure to click here for our complete coverage.

66 Comments For This Story

  • RuralNarniaFan says:

    Woot, hi-res screen caps! Let the picking-apart begin. ๐Ÿ˜›

  • tenthofthatname says:

    The more I look at the Pevensies in that walking segment the odder they look, like something vacant in their eyes.

    • Susan says:

      you are totally right. You voice my thoughts EXACTLY.

    • WilliamMoseleyandSkandarcrush! says:

      i was thinking that too! and; does anybody notice that Edmund’s blue sword is Rhindon, Peter’s sword?!

      • Christian Miles says:

        It does look like it at first, but then look at the pommel. It’s not the lion head. My guess is that it’s one of the seven lords’ swords, and that might be why it’s glowing.

      • Ariel_of_Narnia says:

        And I’ll add this: Does anyone notice that Lucy uses Susan’s bow and arrows?

      • Narnia Fanatic says:

        Look at the sword again. It is a lion’s head.

      • Arivis says:

        I really don’t like the fact that Lucy uses Susan’s bow. And what is up with the glowing blue sword? Oh my did Glamdring fall into Narnia and there were some orks near by?

      • Starlily says:

        ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Maybe that’s the unfathomable fate! Orcs and other baddies from Lord of the Rings are invading Narnia, and they have to be driven out with the seven swords that glow!!

        Or something. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • Omac the centaur says:

        lol @ starlily!

      • Rilianluvr4evr says:

        Lol I was thinking the same thing…about the sword glowing. Certainly doesn’t help all those misguided peeps who say LOTR and Narnia are the same >:(

    • Aunt Letty says:

      I think it looks like they’re thinking sort of higher thoughts, like those shots are from someone’s internal ruminations about the kings and queens of old and what they represent. Something abstract like that, anyway. It also explains why they’re ALL wearing Narnian dress.

    • Aunt Letty says:

      Come to think of it, maybe it’s a sort of "farewell til we meet again" sequence that comes at the end of the film, you know, after Lucy and Ed find out that they’re not coming back, either. Sort of,…"your adventure starts here…" and then the shots of the four of them as Narnians plus some other thematic visuals with music? Something like that.

      Those four headshots just really have that abstract feel to them that comes with that kind of cinematic moment. It could be very affecting.

      • CarwashBoy says:

        It looks like Peter, Susan, Edmung and Lucy are walking side by side (the way they did in Prince Caspian when approaching Aslan’s How). I wonder what’s in the background behind them and what they might be approaching… I agree it could definitely be a really beautiful/emotional sequence, maybe at the end of the movie. It actually sort-of makes me imagine what the end of The Last Battle will be like, minus Susan if they decide to leave her out.

  • Josh says:

    As much as I love William Moseley, Anna Popplewell, & Tilda Swinton…they should’ve been left out of the movie. But that gripe aside, it looks AMAZING! I love the screen of the wideshot of the Dawn Treader sailing into the sunset! Beautiful! it’s my new background!

    • Not Of This World says:

      Actully I think they used them well. Even though they didn’t show William (They’re probobly going to show him in England) in the trailor, the way the showed Anna in the spell that made lucy look more beautiful was awesome, and on the Island Where Dreams Come True how it showed the White Witch confronting Edmund, it was Awesome! Great Trailer!

      • Ariel_of_Narnia says:

        I /love/ the Lucy-morph-into-Susan! That’s just amazing! And did you read the spell? "Lashes, lips, and complexion; transform my reflection." That is just /too cool/!!!!

      • Lucy says:

        um, not to smash your cookie or anything, but wasn’t that William towards the end of the trailer? Looked exactly like him…

    • sgk474 says:

      I’m thrilled they’re in the movies – right decision in my opinion.

  • glumPuddle says:

    Hopefully we’ll have even better quality captures soon! Keep checking back.

    • NarniaWarrior says:

      Hey…you guys are doing a great job…if it was not for you we would be all over creation looking foe tidbits of info…you help close the gaps for us…thanks guys….you ROCK….175 and still counting

      • 8SilverSky says:

        Ditto what NarniaWarrior said! Thanks for all the hard work and effort you’re putting into this! Great screen caps!

  • silverPhoenix says:

    Um…I have to ask…why is Caspian in the coracle with the kids?

    • Alambil and Tarva says:

      OMG I saw that too and was like "WUT?!" O_o

      But in the shot with Aslan on land, there’s only 3 people, so maybe Cas just went with them to "drop them off" (lol) and row the boat back to the ship. That’s my guess. I guess it makes sense b/c they didn’t want to leave the random boat floating out there with no one to bring it back? I dunno xD

      • Hkre1003 says:

        Actually I noticed there are 4 shadows on the beach when they are standing in front of the wave with Aslan. Could it be Caspian since he was in the boat with them or could this be where they somehow meet up with Peter and Susan? I can not wait to see this movie!!!!

      • Hkre1003 says:

        Wow I’m a moron. LOL. I forgot about Eustace for a minute there. So on the beach the 4 shadows are Lucy, Edmund, Caspian, and Eustace.

    • Ariel_of_Narnia says:

      Yeah, when I was watching the trailer, I was like, "Hey, who’s purple-shirt?" Then I watched again. "Hey, there are /four/ people in the boat (as opposed to /three/ (not counting Reep since he’s not a "person" per se))!" Then I saw the screen-cap. "What in the blue blazes is /Caspian/ doing there?!?!?"

    • Sam says:

      I noticed that too! It may be a good thing because I alwasys felt that the ending to VODT was kind of sad when King Caspian found out he couldn’t go to the end of the world. The book left Caspian off with such a sad note.

      • Lucy says:

        not really, he was being pig-headed wanting to go in the first place when he knew he couldn’t and besides he PROMISED Ramandu’s daughter he would come back-more or less, anyway.

    • Tauriel says:

      I have a theory about why is Caspian with them in the boat. Remember that he also wanted to go see Aslan in his country? They almost had a fight! But then Aslan appeared to him and told him he was not allowed, that his place was in Narnia. I think they will combine this with Edmund, Lucy, Reepicheep and Eustace meeting Aslan in his country. I imagine that Aslan won’t let Caspian get out of the boat and Caspian will just row back to the ship. The point will still be made, and it will be cinematically better.

    • coracle says:

      SilverPhoenix (and others), just to clarify – the small boat you see them in is NOT the coracle. It’s what is called the Ship’s Boat or a dinghy/rowing boat (Americans call it a rowboat).
      The coracle is very small, shaped like half a walnut shell, and big enough for one or two at the most – definitely not four humans. In the book Reep paddles in it alone – they thought it might have been a dwarf’s or a child’s coracle.

  • DamselJillPole says:

    Nice job doing the capping! I’m probably going to take a few ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Rebecca T. says:

    It looks like they’re focusing on Edmund and Lucy to try to keep people’s interest in the characters they already met–I wish we saw more of Caspian and especially Eustace! I can’t wait to see how Will and Anna show up in the actual movie. But I love how much Aslan is even in the trailer, and it looks amazing!!

    • Ariel_of_Narnia says:

      Does anyone else like the way he says, "What’s going on here?" and "This place just gets weirder and weirder!" lol. I’ve decided that I’m going to love their choice of Eustace!!!

      • BookLover says:

        I know! I loved that too! I think he’s going to make the perfect Eustace and I can’t wait to see the whole dragon sequence!

      • QueenLucy12 says:

        Yes! My top 2 so far are "why,do I look older?" and "This place just gets weirder and weirder"!

  • Lilianaโ™ฅ says:

    That’s cool, thanks! Ah, its 4:00 in the morning over here in LA and I still can’t sleep. My mommy is gonna get mad :/

  • Starlily says:

    I wanted to see Eustace as a dragon!! ๐Ÿ™
    But other than that…I like the trailer. It’s a little different from what I expected, and I’m not so keen on the White Witch being there, or Lilliandil glowing like that, but I’ll survive. I just want to see more now!!

    • jill says:

      I want to see him as a dragon to. Can’t wait. Yippy!

    • Judy says:

      Since when does the daughter of the star have a name?

    • Sam says:

      I don’t think that was Lilliandil. Lilliandil probably isn’t full-blooded star. She’s probably half star. And I’m glad they gave her a name. It would have been weird for Caspian to fall in love with a girl that never even shared her name.

    • Rilianluvr4evr says:

      The way Liliandil glowed like that reminded me of Galadriel in LoTR lol

  • jill says:

    Well the trailor looked great. I can not wait to see the movie lilli something or other looked beautiful, she is whereing near the same dress Pauline Bynes depicted lovely.

  • Hope in the Lord says:

    I’m a little nervous Edmund say ”Squirt? But I’m a king!” Lucy: ”Not in this world.” I hope they not gonna make Ed my precious Ed channel Peter in PC… And it looks like the witch is targeting him again, can he never escape her after everything she’s done?

    • Sam says:

      She’s not targeting him. It’s just a nightmare that he was having on Dark Island or whatever it’s called. (The island where nightmares come true)

    • Starlily says:

      Yeah, I didn’t like the part with Edmund saying he wants to be king either. It sounds immature and a little whiny, and I was thinking, "Repeat of Peter in PC," when he was saying that. I don’t mind a little bit of controversy in characters, but I really hope Edmund’s personality isn’t completely altered for the movie. I mean, he had some rough spots in VDT, but on the whole he was pretty solid. And I like him that way.

      • McGunn says:

        Yes, but do you remember what Susan sounded like in the trailer of PC when she said "I think we did"? I hated the way she said that, with no kind of feeling or sadness, as it should have been according to the book. But when the film came out a different take had been used, where she said it with more wonder and regret. So hopefully that will be the case with this trailer as well – the shots aren’t set in stone…

      • elanor says:

        Yes, I kind of have a feeling that the trailer felt a little choppy and awkward (with respect to the smoothness with the lines and picture) because they have not really polished the movie yet. I will be interested to see the next, longer trailer they come out with!

  • Ambervina says:

    So totally wicked COOL!!

    Love all the scenes with Corakin. And holy jumpin’ dufflepods Lucy looks so grown up! The enlistment thing with Edmund was cute. I didn’t recognize him at first.

    Did anyone else notice this but is Lu using Susan’s bow! Maybe its just one of her own that looks like Su’s?

    Hahaha!! Love dufflepods! Poor Eustace looks like he’s about to have a heart attack!

    Quick question, any Narnia production people, why are Peter AND Susan in Narnian dress in this film *raises eyebrows* Hmm…

    Overall great first trailer!! Have hope Narnia fans!

    • QueenSusanJ316 says:

      Yeah I noticed that with the bow. I kind of hope it is because it is a beautiful bow. I wonder why Susan is in a different outfit then the original one we saw! I can’t wait to see more!!!

    • Aunt Letty says:

      well, Lucy is mentioned as being with the archers at one point in the book. So, it would be a neat point at which to fit in a glimpse of Susan’s iconic bow. And, after all, Susan’s not using it anymore. And, what are little sisters for, if not to use their big sister’s coolest stuff without asking?

    • FreakedOut says:

      YEAHHH… I saw the trailer on youtube. The part with Susan’s bow is AWESOME. I’m glad they’re puttinf Lucy into the action after three (or more) years of being left out. I have a feeling that they aren’t gonna make a biggy out of them getting Susan’s and Peter’s items. Infact, I don’t think they’re even going to become their "official items" in this movie; notice in the film clips that Lucy and Edmund aren’t wearing them. =P Just a though

  • TumnusTheBrave says:

    Lucy using susans bow? Edmunds sword glows?

    • Elf Maiden Archer of Rivendell says:

      Yeah! Now we’re gonna have captions for those screen caps that say: Go Lucy! Show off those Legolas arrow skills! Or Rhindon is now an Elvish blade because it glows blue when bad guys (like the White Witch) are close! ๐Ÿ˜‰ sorry, I’m a lotr geek! ;D

  • NarniaWarrior says:

    It was terrific !!! Everything to wet your appetite…I am sure more trailers will follow, but not seeing anything for so long it was awesome. Did anyone notice how Lucy’s voice seemed a little more grown up and slightly deeper…175 and counting…Adonai

  • Avra says:

    Light on Eustace, but promising. I really like the transition from England to Narnia!

  • greenbird37 says:

    Long awaited and very much pleased…a sign that its really happening and will be here before we know it!

  • Kathy says:

    So, I really love the idea of Edmund trying to enlist. Especially since it looks like he was enlisting solely to get away from the Scrubbs (presumably who Lucy and him were getting groceries for).

    It seems a little unnecessary to include Peter & Susan in the trailer, but I guess people are used to seeing four Pevensies, so non-fans won’t be confused all of a sudden?

    Edmund with Rhindon, and Rhindon glowing all blue. Still want to find out what that means, exactly.

    Also, the bit with the Star’s Daughter, when she says "the fate of Narnia rests upon you" (or something like that), when she says you, she turns to her right. And then the scene where she goes back into the sky (presumably, turning into a glowy ball of light and all), Edmund is the one who would have been right. The other two figures are Caspian and Lucy, I think, so is she referring solely to Edmund (glowy sword maybe has to do with that?) or all of them, and just making eye contact because it’s good to make eye contact?

    Either way, I’m excited!

    • High Queen Emily the Valiant says:

      Its not that he wanted to get away excactly it’s that boys his age wanted to fight in the war and also maybe because he wants to fight again but also to get away from the real world like you said

  • Midshipman Pepper Darcy says:

    that looks so perfectly NARNIA! WOW! Apted has my complete respect now!! =) I can’t wait till December 10th! I’m going to see it with some friends on my birthday (December 11th)!! Aw, Lucy is *so* cute! =) (my favourite character!=)

  • Tarva says:

    Tilda is very strongly tinted green – anyone else thinking, "Lady of the Green Kirtle?"

    • High Queen Emily the Valiant says:

      yes actually now that you mention it

    • Aunt Letty says:

      I thought she looked rather aged. Note the fine lines about her mouth, and the slightly saggy flesh on her jaws. But then, what can you expect of a corpse that keeps getting trotted out to do cameos?

      • Starlily says:

        Yeah, pretty soon she’s going to look like an ancient mummy. ๐Ÿ˜‰ But I’m hoping we won’t see her again until MN. To see her in another movie besides MN would be just….I don’t want to think about it.

    • Falling in Narnia says:

      the White Whitch’s eyes are green!!! definately aluding to the Silver Chair!!! I’m soooo excited!!!!!

    • QueenLucy12 says:

      yeah… thats what I was thinking. but I hope she isn’t in SC

      • McGunn says:

        I think they used the same actress for the White Witch and the Green Lady in the BBC adaption. In a Christian perspective it is natural that the two characters who represent Satan (casting the spell of eternal winter upon Narnia and tempting/hoodwinking Prince Rillian in SC) are played by the same actress. It’s also easier to understand for children seeing the films, if they are the same.

    • Adeona says:

      I did notice, and it’s worrying me. Also, the "Malevolent Mist" is suspiciously greenish.

      I don’t like Lucy using Susan’s bow. I’m excited to see her in some sort of skirmish, but she ought to have another bow.
      You can see a [presumably] dead crew member lying on the deck beside/behind her, BTW.

  • LucyLion says:

    This is so exciting! I have been waiting for this forever!
    One step closer, now just SIX MORE MONTHS…:o)

  • High Queen Emily the Valiant says:

    OH MY GOD…THEY LOOK AMAZING I CANNOT WAIT AND PETER LOOKS SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HOT AND EDMUND….

  • Alambil and Tarva says:

    @ Tarva – I hadn’t noticed that until you pointed it out, but OMG :O

    Yeah, they really seem like they’re hinting more and more at SC. First with Ramandu’s Daughter’s name, Lilliandil, sounding suspiciously like Rilian…

    Anyway, I am bothered by one thing, though–did ANYONE else notice that Aslan looks different than he did in the first 2 movies? His fur seems darker and his face looks altered, not as amazing as before…maybe it’s just the angles from the trailer that make him look weird, but…:/

  • Mirima Rosetrader says:

    Wow! The screen caps! I am putting some on my desktop! WHOOOO!!! CAN’T WAIT FOR THE MOVIE!!! I’ll have to get used to the minotaur’s new look, but it looks pretty accurate to the book to me. Coriakin looks awesome! Aslan looks better in this movie than in PC in my opinion! Caspian looks great I just wish he had some lines there. I hope they put out another trailer with Eustace in his dragon form! I wonder why Rhindon was glowing blue…and why were Peter and Susan at the end…and what fate could Narnia befall if their quest should fail??? Mysteries! But the Star is absolutely gorgeous! This film is going to be AWESOME!!!! Long live Aslan and Sail on VDT!!!!!! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Aunt Letty says:

    Very, very happy with what I saw. Glad there’s still six months of happy anticipation left. Can’t wait. Huzzah for high escapism!

    Here’s some stuff that stood out:

    1. Lucy’s still wearing her shoes as she arrives onboard the D.T.. It’s only a tiny factoid, won’t affect the film really, but Lewis’ words about her keeping her head and kicking them off sort of stuck in my head my whole childhood. If I’d ever fallen into the drink, I’d have known what to do. ๐Ÿ™‚

    2. The shot with Lucy and Aslan together, looking into a mirror,or, more likely, Lucy looking and seeing Aslan in there with her? Interesting. On the D.T., or at Coriakin’s?

    3. I never liked the voice Reep had in PC.. Lewis described it as "shrill", "piping", and "chirruping", and I’ve always heard it just like that in my head. It works as such a delightful foil for his noble heart and chivalrous ideals and is part of what makes his character so appealing. I’m glad they changed voice actors for this film. He sounds a bit more like Reep now.

    4. Had pictured Caspian’s cabin a bit more practical-looking. Certainly not with those (ew!?) tacky, 70’s leaded glass doors. Too reminiscent of the decade of all things fake, for me. But the rest of it is beautiful. Love the shelves of books and charts.

    5. Coriakin’s room looks distinctly church cum Oxford, does it not? Very welcome nod to Lewis, I think. Like it.

    6. The title of the Beauty Incantation is interesting. Not "beaut[y]… beyond the lot of mortals" but simply "the beauty you always wanted to be". Changes things a bit for Lucy, doesn’t it? I liked the other better, because the scope of Lucy’s dilemma is greater, but I can see why this works for the film. It ties in several elements neatly, with less explaining required. Instead of wanting to be better than everyone in general, as a salve for the rejection she’s just experienced from a girl she thought of as a friend, Lucy’s wanting to be as beautiful as (ie., loved by her parents and everyone else, too) Susan? Have to see the film to see how they spin this out, but that’s how it looks here.

    7. The glowing Star daughter works for me. She’s supposed to look more beautiful, more ethereal, more noble, than a human woman would. How do you get a human actor that can pull that off? LOTR ran into that problem with the elves. Three cheers for C.G. enhancement!

    8.Yeah. what’s with the glowing sword? Well, they can’t lay all their cards on the table now, so I’m going to hope that’s Ed either toying with or reacting to the WW’s temptation, and not some cheesy replacement for the Albatross moment. That’s a great moment. I have a hard time reading that part out loud to my kids. It makes me cry.

    8. I like the subtlety of Caspian sort of glowing a bit from within with the light coming off Ramandu’s daughter, as opposed to the other two who are simply reflecting it off their surfaces. Maybe it just looks that way in that shot, but the bit of warm light you see along his back just behind his arm looks like he’s glowing from inside a little.

    9. Huh. Caspian’s in the boat with the others on the sea of lillies. What’s that about?

    10. There are FOUR shadows on the beach in front of Aslan. Maybe it made better cinematic sense to have Caspian go with them and hear it from the Lion’s mouth, rather than a scolding from a wall-image and then the film leaves behind a main character to follow the others for the last, what, fifteen minutes? of the film. Could work. Depending on what happens between Caspian and Aslan. Lewis left their exchange just between them, for a very good reason, which is; leaving some things to the imagination is more effective than trying and failing to describe them in detail. Which is why books will always be better than their movies, IMO.

    11. Ok, this is trivial but, did you notice? If you cover one side of Lucy’s face, the right side (our right) is quite grownup looking, while the left side is very young and childlike. If you do the same thing with Peter’s face, it’s the opposite. Just sort of interesting, that’s all.

    • Alambil and Tarva says:

      @ #8 (the first #8, b/c you accidentally put two lol)
      I think maybe that has something to do with the whole thing about how they have to follow a "blue star" (that was mentioned from the super trailer). Hopefully they’ll have that AND the Albatross. I rather liked the Albatross moment too; it was a brilliant nod to Coleridge’s ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’ on Lewis’ part.

      @ #8 (part two)
      I hadn’t noticed that, but it seems as if he IS glowing from the inside. Permit me to have a little fangirl moment here *SQUEE* :p AWWWW ^_^ That is so sweet. Like Lilliandil has left a little bit of herself with him until he returns. *continues giggling and squeeing like a ridiculous child*

      @ #10
      Okay, so there ARE four people there–I wasn’t sure if there were three or four. I guess cinematically it might make more sense than having Caspian just walk out of his cabin and say that he saw Aslan; I wonder how they would’ve done the whole "we’re wandering around the ship, waiting for our king to get over his temper tantrum." Might not have worked so well on film to have people just standing there for an undefined amount of time. Depending on how the scene at the End of the World is done, having Caspian there to see the others off might work. Although in the book it seemed pretty clear to me that since no one knew exactly what was at the End of the World, if Caspian went, then he wouldn’t have returned. He even says that he wants to go to the End and not come back. Maybe Aslan will be the one to remind him of Lilliandil instead of Lucy (who reminds him that he promised to return to Ramandu’s island and he says, "Oh, there is that." Which I hope they keep in the film, because I always thought that was amusing, him completely forgetting his sadness because he gets to go back and see his girl. lol).

      But then again, even the 3 kids didn’t necessarily go all the way to the End–only Reepicheep made it all the way to Aslan’s Country (which I interpreted as being the very very end of the world). So maybe having Caspian there won’t be such a big deal, b/c none of the human characters at that point even see Aslan’s Country, so…oh, well, we’ll just have to see ๐Ÿ™‚

    • High Queene ShellyBelly says:

      HUZZAH, INDEED!

  • QueenSusanJ316 says:

    After looking at the stills. I noticed several things. One is that Edmund appears to be wearing the same clothes as in the first movie, and Lucy appears to be wearing Susan’s play clothes from the first movie too. I was wondering why is Lucy using Susan’s gifts?

  • Narniamiss says:

    So now not only will Caspian and Ed be using Rhindon, it also looks like Lucy will be using Susan’s bow and arrows. I’m still not ok with this..those were priceless treasures!!

    Other than that..wow. This looks amazing. I actually can’t wait to see the scene with Tilda in it; it looks like it will be very meaningful.
    Thanks Narniaweb for taking โ€ he time to get all those screen caps! I know it must have taken a bit of time.

    • Sam says:

      I like that Lucy has Susan’s bow and arrow. I seems sort of symbolic that Lucy is taking Susan’s place since Susan can no longer return.

      • High Queene ShellyBelly says:

        i love that they have the other’s gifts, it kind of choked me up to see the progression and made me feel nostalgic. i was also seriously bumming susan and peter wouldnt be in this one, i was missing them terribly in advance, so see them do cameos makes me happy to see the family complete. It was hard for me to get into the books without the pevensies, truth be told.

      • NarnianFreak says:

        I totally agree. Both Susan and Peter won’t be coming back (at least, not for a while) so why shouldn’t their siblings take their places?

      • QueenLucy12 says:

        I was wondering what if Caspian saw Susan and Susan saw Caspian…and what they "had". now that he likes Lilliandil O.0 *confused*

  • Sammie says:

    I can’t tell if that’s Susan’s bow and arrow from the picture, but Lucy has used a bow and arrow at least twice in the books: in "VDT" and in "Horse and His Boy" (in the latter, she’s with the archers as they meet Rabdash’s army).

    In "VDT", if I remember correctly, Caspian tells her to put arrow to the string as they approach Coriakin’s island.

  • Tarwe, the Narnian Elf says:

    OOOOO!!!!! It looks awesome! ๐Ÿ˜€ I think the movie makers had a lot of fun with their special effects! I think it is interesting how the trailer almost seems to be more centered on Edmund than on Lucy… No sign of the Mysterious Little Girl or Deathwater or dragonized Eustace… but they can’t reveal all of their secrets, can they? ๐Ÿ˜‰ December 10 is too far away!

    • High Queene ShellyBelly says:

      maybe there will be multiple trailers, each one with a different focus and emphasizing 2 characters at a time.

  • theprincessspy says:

    Let the fan art begin! Thanks!

  • narnian resident says:

    now that i realized it, there was no shots of a dragon or sea serpent. perhaps they intend to surprise us? i dont know. i was really hoping to see Eustace Dragon in the trailer, but thats alright. maybe it takes too much work and they couldnt make a shot of it in time for the trailer. well, as long as they definately keep the dragon and sea serpent in the movie i wont mind its not in the trailer.

  • NarniaNerd says:

    THANKS!!! *drools*

  • The Knight says:

    We Narnians are just having a field day. How AWESOME!

  • Omac the centaur says:

    whats up with the blue sword?? its awesome but surprised me!

  • FriendOfNarnia2 says:

    I did like the trailer, I just didn’t get the same feeling I had after watching the LWW trailer. It just didn’t seem as special.

  • narnianheart says:

    Oh my word!! Lucy is beautiful!!!!!!!

  • pselpevensie says:

    O……MI……..ASLAN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    THAT WAS AMAZING!!!!! I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THE TRAILER! THE MOVIE LOOKS AWESOME!!!!! I LOVED LUCY TRANSFORMING INTO SUSAN!
    I SCREAMED WHEN I SAW PETER IN IT!!!!! SO HAPPY THAT RUMORE CAME TRUE!!!!!

  • Elf Maiden Archer of Rivendell says:

    One little random comment. How do you get a LotR or Narnia avatar for the comment box without going to gravatar.com Thanks. Just give me a few websites & how-tos! ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • kingTirain says:

    holy banannas!!! that wwas trailer was nice and fresh…quite gave me a surprise though when i saw peter and susan in there…also, "big heads up" um, when lucy, edmund, and eustatce entered narnia, i thought it wasnt that dramamtic or exciting when they entered narnia in PC, with all they things being sucked away in PC. the LWW rtailer was great too with lots of singing vocies and bells donging..

    in the VDT trailer all there was was water pouring in the room and they get completly submerged and swim uo to find themselves in narnia……i still like the trailer though, but this trailer has more narnia magic to it than PC..

    anyone agreee? feed backs would be awesome…

    • Sam says:

      I think they made a right move by doing the entrance into narnia the way they did. Imagine three kids getting sucked into a picture. When you think about it, that would have looked really cheasy in a movie.

  • miriam says:

    Still not sure about why Susan is in it? But will have to wait and see…and the water pouring out of the painting is absolutely INCREDIBLE!-AMAZING!
    Anna Popplewell looks sooooooooo beautiful, in her scene the same with Georgie-she’s grown up so much! ๐Ÿ˜€

  • CEP Paul T says:

    Good job on the trailer!

  • narniatirian says:

    very happy with this trailer this trailer .. is fantastic narnia is the best … I think peter and susan do not like to go in the trailer because they are not very important in this film but all is well everything looks great:)) expected in December.

  • wannawork4Weta says:

    Thanks for the video and pics, 6 months to wait, right?

  • The Batman says:

    Wow, thanks so much for the hi-res images!!! Groovy.

  • Starlily says:

    Hey, did anyone notice the minotaur in screencap 58? It looks more real than the other picture, which most people think looks rather fake. A positive point!

    I’m just throwing this out there, and I don’t really expect anyone to read this comment. There are so many others to read. ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • ~Lava~ says:

    I saw that Lucy was using Susan’s bow.

    • pselpevensie says:

      in the shot with her and the bow, at the angle, she looks kind of like susan. is that just me?

  • Tanya says:

    Will Caspian see Susan again? I was thinking that Peter and Susan might only be featured in the opening sequence of the movie, showing Susan going to America and Peter studying for his exams. Both of them appear to be wearing Narnian attire. I’m excited to see the film, but at the same time I’m scared about the changes they’ve made.

    • Starlily says:

      Tony Nixon (who plays Rynelf) said on his Facebook page that Peter and Susan don’t go to Narnia again, despite what it looks like. That’s all he said though.

      • High Queene ShellyBelly says:

        perhaps it is some sort of dream sequence, or epilogue narrated by aslan to caspian commenting on their fates or something and thats why they look so dreamy or zombielike- or regal- depending on your view

  • High Queene ShellyBelly says:

    thank you narniaweb for everything, it is so great to have a community that is as crazy about narnia as i am!

    • QueenLucy12 says:

      THANK YOU NARNIAWEB!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Kris says:

    Brisngr? huh. Anyway, I have to say…The dufflepuds. I always imagined them with big shoes on their one big foot. (erm, sorry for the gramatical errors there) with one big barefoot they look more freak-ish than whimsical…I know it makes more sense that way, but its just how they always were in my mind. Unfortunately they didn’t ask ME how I would like to see the dufflepuds ๐Ÿ˜‰ hehe. Everything else looks really great. Obviously they still have some work to do technically, but they have plenty of time. Can’t wait! Oh, and my little three year old boy just saw the pic of the Minotaur and said "Oh! He’s bad! He’s a bad boy! He’s a monster!" So I had to explain about Minotaurs ๐Ÿ™‚

    • The Batman says:

      haha, I pictured them with big shoes, too! ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • coracle says:

        So did Pauline Baynes, which is why we do! The barefoot look will be interesting, I think….

    • Starlily says:

      Lol your boy thought the minotaur was a monster! I can see why he would think that, but I think little kids need to learn that not everybody that LOOKS bad IS bad. (I know a couple people who would look scary in a dark alley but are really just the nicest guys.)

      Oh, and I picture the Dufflepuds with shoes too. Maybe they’re not all barefoot. Oh, hey, I wonder if they’re barefoot because when they first become visible, the film makers want to show people that they have just one big foot with toes and everything. ๐Ÿ™‚ I can see why that would make sense.

  • High Queene ShellyBelly says:

    i wonder if they downplayed showing caspian since PC left a bad taste in many mouths

  • son of adam says:

    anyone notice? The Narnia word’s design at the end of the trailer looks like dragon skin. ๐Ÿ˜€

  • skilletfreak says:

    WHOOO! We cant wait!!!!!!!

  • A says:

    Susan never goes back to Narnia in the books but in the last book peter does at the very end.

  • Lady Haleth says:

    I really get tired of Peter and Edmund thinking ‘I’m a king in Narnia so everyone should respect me here’, in the movies. It just seems kind of childish and whiny. And I thought WWII was supposed to be over by now. And can they stop obsessing with the Witch?
    And Caspian looks totally wrong… But I love Reepicheep!

  • SamGamgee says:

    Guys. Pic on the islan. Four shadows. No one wearing a dress. CASPIAN WENT TO THE ISLAND WITH THEM! I AM GOING TO EAT SOMEONE!

  • Lady Haleth says:

    They weren’t supposed to be those kind of guys. I think the guy playing Eustace looks right, though. And I think there is a scene of him writing in that diary–that was always hilarious.

  • Mrulockia says:

    Did anyone notice Lucy’s wearing what looks to be Susan’s hand me downs from the first movie? Her hide-and-seek blouse, for part.

  • Loyal Narnian says:

    The trailer looks good. I love the part with the Silver Sea and all the lilies! Why is the witch back again? That’s getting a little annoying but oh well. And why is the sword glowing blue. LOTR? Other than that, looks good.

  • Chris W says:

    I hope they keep the fighting to a minimum in this movie. It may be minor, but one thing I noticed about the book is the complete absence of violence. Set in peacetime (as opposed to what CS Lewis called the "war years"), VDT consistently opted for a nonviolent resolution to each situation. In every challenge where there was a potential fight — such as establishing authority over the Lone Islands, confronting the dragon, dealing with the monopods, the Deathwater quarrel and facing the sea serpent — there was … no fight. In fact, in most instances a fight would have been disastrous and tragic. We even have the notable situation where Reepicheep counselled *against* battle. It’s a dramatic change in direction compared to the first 2 Narnia books. Anyway, that’s the book.

    The trailer, on the other hand, does not look so promising in this regard. There is obviously a battle scene in there — probably the Lone Islands — and Lucy apparently is in a fight with her bow. Oh dear. Big battles are appropriate for some other Narnia books, but I’d prefer not to see them in this movie. They go against the overall tone of the book.

    • Sir Anton says:

      I agree. The trailer does look promising. I hoped this would be the case from a new director. Perhaps we will get to see more inspiration, magic, and substance rather than violence and hollywood hijinks.

      • pselpevensie says:

        there is obviously some fighting in it based on what you pointed out Chris W, but i don’t think there are any major battles taking place. remember what edmund had said in the begining of the trailer, "if there are no wars to fight…"

  • Emily says:

    when i saw this trailer in theaters, i almost cried. it seems like it’s been forever since the last film! i can’t wait!!
    oh and can someone tell me how old lucy and edmund are supposed to be?

    • Elf Maiden Archer of Rivendell says:

      Well, when they were filming, I know Skandar Keynes(Edmund)was 17 turning 18, and Georgie Henley (Lucy) was 14.

  • Ian says:

    You know what I became a Christian because of Narnia-when I saw the BBC version when I was 5 and been a fan since and read the books. Now I’m 17 and after seen what the film makers have done with LWW & PC. I’ve lost some faith in their direction, but I’m willing to put it aside and give them one last chance. But honestly I’m looking more looking forward to seeing Eclipse–and I’m a guy! You think this makes me less a fan?

    • Mrulockia says:

      Well, since Eclipse is being released this month, while VotDT has six more to go, it’s only natural to be more excited for the one nearer to it’s release date. :/

    • tolkienlewisfan says:

      Eclipse??? You’re killin me bro.

    • Bethany Weathers says:

      I’m with you. But I’m a girl. ๐Ÿ™‚ I’m not saying VDT doesn’t look good, because it does, but Eclipse just is more my kind of movie. Plus, I love Edward lol.

      • swordwhale says:

        The difference is: Lewis understands Myth. He understands The Hero Journey. He knows Fantasy and how it can take you out of the Mundane and into the Magical. How it can carry you below the glimmering surface of the world to deeper meanings and understandings. The filmakers interpret this great work through their own lenses and minds and experiences, but they have given us a great translation of a great tale. Romances are all well and good, but simply sticking a few vampires in a romance does not make it Fantasy, Myth, or a Hero Journey with depth.

      • true-narnian_queen says:

        you are crazy!!!! twilight!!! are you kidding me!!! i saw the first one and hated it!!! VDT IS GOING TO BETTER THAN ANY TWILIGHT MOVIE EVER TO COME OUT!!!!!!

      • true-narnian_queen says:

        oh yeah and swordwhale i 100% agree, Twilight does not even touch what fantasy is! Twilight is not what fantasy is, it will never compare to Narnia!!

      • Narnia-Fan1 says:

        Of course the twilight saga isn’t fantasy! it’s a boring, bad-made and sucking story! Narnia is way better and VDT’s gonna kick Eclipse out!!!

      • Jill Pole says:

        Why would you want to see eclipse? Full of everything that stands for evil? Whenever I think about it, I cringe. We are supposed to focus on things pure and lovely . . . not things that break you down like blood-sucking creatures whom you hopelessly fall for and somehow you know it’s the best way ever. i just hate seeing young beautiful men and women get transformed into . . . augh, it’s horrible. Please, I don’t want that to happen to you . . .
        And no, I’m not some high-nagging perfect parent. I’m quite nearly a child, actually. That’s why it hurts to see kids your age get pulled out of the light and get turned into monsters . . . inside, though you may not physically see it. I don’t want to go over board, it just hurts and I don’t want anyone to get hurt. You’re most likely thinking that I already have.

      • Ellen says:

        TWILIGHT IS WARPED. NARNIA IS AWESOME.
        EDWARD IS NO WHERE CLOSE TO PETER IN LOOKS EITHER.
        THERE IS NO COMPARISON

      • Q SU of the horn says:

        again, I totally agree with ellen…also with Jill Pole…

    • Randy says:

      I actually thought the lion the witch followed the book perfectly there as nothing added or changed to me but in prince caspian they left some things out and added things that didnt need to be ther like caspian and susan liking each other and the tree at the end but i like the tree better than the two sticks twind together

    • Scarlett Fury says:

      I just saw Eclipse and it was awesome!!!! The Twilight films only get better with each one that comes out. I love Narnia but Eclipse is incredble.

    • silent warrior trinity-hawkeye291 (and Agent & SWAT member) says:

      I’m with u! i don’t like twilight at all! We are more Narniafreaks than twilight fans. but i like your honestly and I don’t blame u at all.

  • Valeria says:

    Love the trailer, it’s pretty cool, and I think they made a good job in this movie, but the 3d thing i’m not that excited, everybody is doing it and i don’t think that’s a good idea, but two thumbs up for the trailer.
    LOVE THE SERIES!

    • Bethany Weathers says:

      More movies are being made into 3D now because it makes it harder to pirate or bootleg. It’s a security thing.

      • swordwhale says:

        Interesting. I think it’s just become the latest greatest craze. Many films are great in 3D; Avatar, UP, and How to Train Your Dragon had a lot of aerial footage, flying, use of the kind of 3 dimensional space we don’t think of as ground dwellers. Some "enhnacements" should be left alone: Clash of the Titanicly Bad 3D would have been better left as 2D, or just filmed with a proper 3D camera (the after the fact computer generated 3D was fuzzy, had shadow images and was generally awful).

        A sea voyage happens in a space which shrinks to the hundred feet or so of deck you occupy…and expands to the whole round horizon; you move in the center of a circle of sea and sky, paying great attention to the shapes of things (especially weather) on the horizon. Being underwater is exactly like flying. Both spaces make for a great 3D film. Hope it lives up to that promise.

  • kingTirian says:

    the trailer kinda gave me an impression that it dawned on to a younger audience….unlike PC< that trailer was stunning and amzing..the LWW trailer was astounding…this trailer sounds good, but needs a little more..other than that….2 thumbs and 2 toes up!

  • High Queen Emily the Valiant says:

    I have saved nearly all of the photos the’re wicked

  • Johana says:

    It looks okay, but Lucy looks too old. I don’t think that they really caught the essance of Narnia in the new movie:-(

  • tolkienlewisfan says:

    Its too bad they didn’t show the sea serpent…that one of the sequences I am most excited for.

  • Aunt Letty says:

    Ok, I just had an idea about both Edmund’s glowing blue version of Peter’s sword, and the shot of Lucy with Susan’s bow and quiver:

    So, probably Lucy is shooting at the sea-serpent. That was the first thing the voyagers tried to do to protect themselves, when they realized what they had run afoul of.

    And, maybe Ed is feeling like he deserves to be high king now, with Peter barred from Narnia, and he draws the High King’s sword, and it’s glowing because he’s not supposed to use it pridefully, and that’s part of his test?

    Well, ok, it was just a thought.

    I’m not saying I hope that’s how it turns out, but it sort of fits with the "I’m a king" line of Edmund’s, in the trailer. That line that so many took exception to. Doesn’t really fit with the story as it is written, but then, like Peter in PC, Edmund’s role in VDT is more as a sort of endorsement and supporter to Caspian and, after Eustace’s transformation, to Eustace as well. Actually, Ed’s more of a passenger/sightseer in VDT than an adventurer. It’s not really his story. It’s Eustace’s and Caspian’s and to some extent, Reepicheep’s. I can see why the screenplay writers would be looking for a character journey for Edmund.

    • Starlily says:

      That’s an interesting theory, Aunt Letty. But I’m more inclined to think the glowing sword has something to do with the "seven swords" thing, or maybe it’s a nightmare on the Dark Island. Of course we can’t know for sure until we have more info.

      By the way, has anyone considered that that green smoke stuff curling around the ship might be the "malevolent mist" we heard about a while ago? I think there’s a pretty good chance it is. But again we’ll have to wait and see. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • Marije says:

        How about the idea that Orks are coming? ๐Ÿ˜› No, but, I’m quite curious about the movie, we will find it out when it’s finally there!

  • Narnia Girl says:

    Aunt Letty: that’s quite an interesting theory! We’ll have to see if you’re right.

    Ok, so….sigh…I am very excited about the movie, don’t get me wrong. But does anyone else feel like the essence of the story was completely lost in the trailer???
    For heavens sakes, Caspian didn’t have a single line! and Eustace only had one. We saw no footage of the dragon, none of the sea serpent, and quite frankly, very little of the shown plot had nothing to do the actual book. I am curious to see what the shot of Anna (Susan) and Will (Peter) was about. Not that I’d be upset it the had a small appearance (at an appropriate time). I just didn’t feel like what I saw was Narnia. Maybe I’m being too critical, I don’t know. Will someone please tell me what they think about it?
    I will say this though, I very much liked the way they portrayed the picture coming to life!!! That was awsome! ๐Ÿ™‚

    • son of adam says:

      "I just didnโ€™t feel like what I saw was Narnia"

      I understand what you feel, I have this feeling too when I first saw this trailer, and then I tell myself should be optimistic.

      Because the director is different, and also different company. Just like harry Potter, since they change director from 3rd movie, it’s feeling totally change. This is what I’m worried about. From the 1st time I heard Disney to gave up this series, I know it will be different. Different studio and different director…. and I’m worried about Fox company, from what i know, they always not that good in fantasy movies. Soundtrack composer has change. Actually, Andrew Adamson should continue direct all Narnia movie, because he did movie 1 & 2, only he knew how Narnia should be, just like LOTR, all direct by the same director, Peter Jackson, this is the different of change and not change director.

      Every person’s thought are different, so it’s hard to be same….

      I just hope Andrew Adamson will be back for The Silver Chair. For now what we can do is to be optimistic, let’s hope VDT will be great.

  • Elf Maiden Archer of Rivendell says:

    i’m trying to figure out how to get an avatar. http://nenuial.nippu.net/categories/Galadriel/dimonds.jpg

  • Cassie says:

    I wonder why all four Pevensies are in the trailer. Peter and Susan are mentioned in the book as being under Professor Kirke’s tutelage and traveling to America respectively. Therefore, they should not be in Narnian dress as they seem to be in the trailer. Also, when Lucy almost utters the ‘beauty’ spell in the book, she does so because she wants to be beautiful like Susan. Does it look like Anna Popplewell in the mirror in the book just before the roar? I think so… so I wonder what role she plays in this film?

    I hope they don’t bring Peter and Susan back other than in the ways the book mentioned them. They were not in the book. Not that they have to stick strictly to the books for the movies to be good, but they do have to stick to the spirit of the books, which is about faith and love in Christ. To change that to suit Hollywood or anything secular is to ruin the movies. The first two were excellent. Let us hope any more Narnia movies are equally excellent!

    • Ellen says:

      I CERATAINLY HOPE THAT THEY DO PUT THEM IN MORE.
      THEY COULD FIND A REALLY STRONG WAY TO BRING SUSAN BACK IN THE LAST BATTLE TOO.

  • HighQueenofNarnia says:

    I have no idea if this has any significance, but, at the end, in the mysterious location, Susan doesn’t appear to be in the same place. The red pillar, or whatever it is, is on the right, while in Peter’s, Lucy’s, and Edmund’s shots, this red pillar is on the left.

    • FanSince4thGrade says:

      it looks like, @ the very end, that aslan is roaring with a fiery (maybe cloudy) backround. If it is a fiery backround, that would mean that they might try to end narnia last battle style at the end of the silver sea. ๐Ÿ™ such a sad deviation. i really hope they don’t do that, but if they do, and if susan has, as the last battle says, grown up and thinks of narnia as a child’s game of imagining, then she would go through the opposite side of the door from peter, edmund, and lucy as an unbeliever.

  • Tim D says:

    More minotaur please! ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€

  • Mike says:

    I am looking forward to this movie, I hope Fox can bring the epic into the movies like they did with LOTR. Disney never really had faith in the movies and did not invest anywhere near what Fox is. The serpent and the dragon were probably not shown because they are still being rendered. The movie is in post production when all the cgi is done. Most of the scenes were simple scenes that required little to no cgi work. That being said, I can’t wait until the movie hits theaters.

  • Jamal says:

    What movies that follows series of books usually do is that if it has been a while since a last movie came out, they give just some rush trailer which is usually not the actually one. I am assuming they put some bits of the movie, but the last part was probably an add in which will not happen in the end as it would completely change everything in the movie. I am sure Susan/Anna and Peter/William will NOT be in the movie. I may be wrong, but this is more probable. All they wanted to do was to give something Narnian for the Narnian Lovers. It’s all just a guess though.

  • QueenLucy12 says:

    I love it! but Im sad that edmund wanted to go to war ๐Ÿ™

  • son of adam says:

    Fox do Eragon & Percy Jackson.

    • QueenLucy12 says:

      yeah, and eragon could of been AWESOME! they left out ALOT of stuff for eragon. Hope and Pray that doesnt happen to vdt!

  • FBI agent trinity-hawkeye291 (and high silent warrior) says:

    WE CAN’T WAIT! WE CAN’T WAIT! i just saved the pictures! WE CAN’T WAIT 2 see the movie in 3D! AHHHHHH! SORRY, IT IS JUST WE ARE WAITING!

  • jonny vox says:

    I agree with someone earlier eluding the LWW and PC trailers were much more intense. I was truly hoping for the sea serpant and a dragon. Maybe that will be another trailer… Still definitely looking forward to it. I hope it does good because I love the Silver Chair!

  • Gretel says:

    Oooh!! I think I’ll really like the movie! It looks so bright and sunny! That would be one thing I did not like about Prince Caspian, it was so dark and unhappy. I do hope they’ll follow the plot line of the book. PC just wasn’t as good without all the happy scenes there were in the book.

  • Erica says:

    I really really hope that VotDT will be as good as LWW and PC!!! I am very excited but The Horse and His Boy was actually one of my favorite books in the series….and I don’t think it is right that they haven’t gone back and made The Magician’s Nephew either. I hope that VDW will be a successful movie so they will make The Silver Chair and The Last Battle!

  • Cassie says:

    The reason for making LWW, PC, and VDT in that order is because some of the main characters are in each of those three books/movies. Actors age, and so it would be hard if they filmed LWW and PC only to go film MN or HHB and then return to VDT. They would either have to recast the Pevensies or try to get us to believe that 20 year old actors are 13 years old. I think that casting William for Peter was stretching it. In LWW, he was only supposed to be 12 years old. I don’t think anyone believes that…

    Still, I think the movie franchise has been pretty good overall. It has made books meant for children accessible to fans of all ages while maintaining the message and heart of the series. I say this only having seen PC and LWW. My greatest fear is that the studios will eschew all Christian elements of the series in favor of pleasing a secular market. You can see evidence of this in PC when Susan (supposedly 12 in the books) kisses Caspian (supposedly 13 in the books) who were never romantically or even pre-romantically (ie a child’s "crush") linked in the books. This addition was unnecessary and the only truly bad/awful part of PC. Any changes to the main storyline/character development/message behind VDT, HHB, MN, SC, or especially LB, would be horrendous! I sincerely hope VDT is as good as the previous movies. I always get antsy when secular Hollywood adapts a Christian story.

  • Austra says:

    Wow! This is all pretty cool! I like it a lot- I only have a few problems with it, but they might be mere suspicions. I think it was very well-made and well put together, except that when the painting starts to come to life, Lucy just says, "Edmund the painting." without any emotion or anything, and then it looks like they’re actually trying to HELP Eustace pull it off the wall! Anyway, the rest was very good, except that I didn’t really like how Lilliandil (I’ll call her by her new name) said that the fate of Narnia depended on them. I mean, it’s all very nice and makes for a popular movie, but it isn’t really either true, because Narnia wasn’t in any kind of danger or anything. However, I do like it, and I do think it was well-made, and I do think that I will enjoy it! But my opinion about the suspicions of there being Lucian is that I can’t believe that they would be feather-brained enough to do that. If they do (which I doubt, or at least, hope they won’t!), then I won’t enjoy this movie at all, but from the way things are going, I’m looking forward to a very well-made, enjoyable movie this December. Sail on VDT!

  • nothing's better than NARNIA says:

    The trailer’s superb! i can’t wait 2 c the movie!

  • loverforben says:

    Wow this looks wicked Cool!

  • Austra says:

    One other thing- I have just a little (or maybe not so little!) problem with the way Edmund is acting at the beginning. I mean, he’s acting like a five-year-old (e.i.- "Squirt! I’m a KING!"). Maybe this is just uncalled-for anxiety, but I think a real King of Narnia wouldn’t act so immature. I mean, seriously, why on earth does he want to go to war at all!? Anyway, I DO like the way the movie is coming along so far.

  • Leolani says:

    Nice!

  • just jill says:

    i don’t know if i will like the new movie i like the other movies well enough but with the new director i may or may not like the new movie

  • Lord of Cair Parevel and Emeror of the Lone Islands says:

    the trailer says andrew adamson is one of the producers

  • kidrainenfina says:

    SKANDAR KEYNES <3

  • mita says:

    saya belum melihat filmnya karena belum beradar di indonesia

  • Cithea says:

    I’m not even allowed to watch twilight and to be honest I don’t even want to.

  • liam says:

    how can you simply say twilight is full of evil it also shows that people are not always what they seem as you would presume with vampires that they are evil but this films puts across the point that some people are not always as they appear twilight is good and lets be honest they didnt get dropped by one of there studios

  • Caspian XI says:

    The director of twilight is just wasting his life and other people’s lives turning them into vampires or werewolves. Narnia is WAAAAY better than all the twilight movies!! Narnia actually has MEANING to it! And I CANT wait for the VDT MOVIE!!!!!!!! =D I’ve been waiting FOREVER to see it!!