‘Voyage’ Blu-ray/DVD Includes Deleted Scenes and More

Posted January 25, 2011 10:16 am by Glumpuddle

AreaDVD has posted details on the extras that will be included on the Blu-ray/DVD release of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader:

  • Deleted Scenes (The Kids In Narnia…, Eustace II, Mutiny, Caspian Doubt)    05:35 min.
  • Music Video: There´s A Place For Us (By Carrie Underwood)    00:59 min.
  • VFX Reel – Progression With Optional Commentary By M. Apted And Mark…..    12:58 min.
  • Good vs. Evil: Battle On The Sea    10:53 min.
  • Portal To Narnia: A Painting Comes To Life    07:20 min.

No release date has been set.
Thanks to ‘pippovic.’

2 Comments For This Story

  • glumPuddle says:

    Only five minutes of deleted scenes? Really disappointing.

    • wolfloversk says:

      At least one looks like a possible book scene.

    • PeterCharn says:

      I was really hoping for at least 15-20 Minutes to extend current scenes and add some new ones in that would help flesh out the plot and develop the characters a bit more.

      I bet the reason why they dont’ want to have more deleted scenes is because they don’t want to do the computer animation cause it can get expensive.

      • Starlily says:

        Yeah, I was really hoping for more scenes. Even ten minutes would have been good. But maybe they didn’t film as much as we would like to think. At least we’ll get to see "Mutiny", which I’ve been curious about. 🙂

        Hmm, I wonder why there is an ellipsis (…) after "The Kids in Narnia". Are there more scenes than they’re naming? I hope so. I’m also hoping there will be more special features than are listed here, though I’m not holding my breath.

      • Rob W. Case says:

        That’s absolutely right. On the Prince Caspian blu-ray, this is an evident reality. If you look on the bonus features disc, and access the deleted scenes, you will find many aspects that are incomplete. For example, the fauns and the minotaurs are people with the "blue" pants on. I wonder if the deleted scenes will feature the remarks that were in the trailer, but weren’t in the movie.

        Like…..
        The fate of Narnia depends on you.
        –Liliandil

        I can make you my king and much more.
        –The White Witch

        I wonder…..

      • Peter's BFF says:

        Hey guys, I was happy that they were even any bonus stuff at all! Be thankful for what you will be getting because you could have not had anything because of the new director. I, in fact, will be waiting and watching the stores very closely for anything with bonus material.

    • Queen Su says:

      I know! Five minutes is really pathetic…

      • Lucy says:

        better than nothing, let’s not get too pushy and whinny now. I mean, this IS fox and walden, THEY COULD HAVE DONE WHAT THEY DID FOR CITY OF EMBER AND GIVEN US NO EXTRA FEATURES AT ALL, SO LET’S ALL JUST TAKE WHAT WE CAN GET, SHALL WE? I personally am looking forward to those five minutes very much.

    • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

      im really hoping to see the scene from the trailer where all four kids are walking together in narnian clothes. what was that all about? they look older, like it was new footage.

    • Narnian Meerkat says:

      Yeah. No kidding. 😛 Yeah, but at least like, "Caspian Doubt" looks like a scene from the book. Maybe. . .

    • gabriella says:

      I LOVE THIS MOVIE <3

    • Kim says:

      Seriously! They have more scenes than that they can give us! Tie it to us!
      Also! I don’t want a freaking commentary with just the directors! I want Ben and everyone else on it! That’s the best part othe commentary!

  • The Lady Arwen Undómiel says:

    What about Bloopers?

  • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

    it actually needed another half hour to make any sense. at least disney gave it the time it needed. sad.

    • wolfloversk says:

      Agreed, they really NEED to release an extended version.

    • glumPuddle says:

      I’m really not sure even 30 minutes could make this plot make any sense. But it could help me get more emotionally involved at least. The whole story races by in a speeding blur. I can’t get into it. It makes every scene feel insignificant.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        agreed, i have a whole script in my head that would eliminate the whole beginning and just start in front of the narnian painting. that would have left much more time for character development. dang, i’d have written the whole script for them, it would have made more sense.

  • The Inscrutable Rutabaga says:

    Wish there were more deleted scenes… still, looking forward to seeing them, especially the mutiny scene! 🙂

  • ak says:

    Not so concerned about deleted scenes, but I was hoping for a commentary and a little more behind-the-scenes stuff. I really enjoyed their commentaries on the first ones. I do know Fox has this weird "people don’t want commentaries" theory though. Very annoying.

    And yeah, the bloopers on the other ones were funny.

    I hope this is an incomplete list.

  • glumPuddle says:

    No extended edition… And with that, any hope of this being a not-terrible movie is gone. 🙁

    This is an anti-Lewis movie.

    • QueenSusanJ316 says:

      Maybe if they do Silver Chair you will like it better.
      Sorry you did not like Dawn Treader.

    • Aslan's Meadow says:

      Hey gPuddle. You never know…Silver Chair could turn out to be your dreams come ture (if they make it). But for know I’m sorry you were so dissapointed in the movie. I was also quit put out at the midnight showing…but now i’m ok with it. When in doubt sit with a cup of cocoa and read the ORIGINAL….which it better then anything…The Voyage of the Dawn Treader BY C. S. Lewis.

      • HighQueenofNarnia says:

        True, true. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by C.S. Lewis is /much/ better than The Voyage of the Dawn Treader by Fox.

      • Swordebrithil12 says:

        A) They should try to switch back to Disney. B) They should get Adamson to direct. C)KEEP THE MOVIE SLOW PACED. We don’t care if it takes four years as long as The Silver Chair comes out almost flawless. Add scenes all you want as long as it makes sense. I will accept The Voyage of the Dawn Treader for the good it’s given us and as a first mistake; if they make the mistake again there’s no point in going on. Please read this producers/everyone else in the crew and give the actors sensible parts this time thank you!!!!

    • Mayor Wilkins says:

      Never before have GP and I been in greater disagreement.
      "Dawn Treader" was a great film.
      In some ways, it was actually better than the book–That’s right. I said it.
      Bring on the Blu-Ray, baby. 😀

      • narnian says:

        Yes!! im with you!! the movie is awesome!!!! i don’t like glumpuddle lol sorry!!! but this movie is amazing!!!!!

      • Lucy says:

        I loved the dawn treader movie!

      • Not Of This World says:

        I agree that VDT was great, but Narnian, just because you don’t agree with GPuddle, dosn’t give you the right to dis like him. I must say, I don’t agree with him a lot, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like him. I like that he says what he thinks.

      • Reepicheep says:

        Yes i agree completely. This one didn’t have what the first two had and that was the Disney stamp. Massive shame there are no bloopers on this one.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        yes, that’s what i miss, the disney stamp. it has a special feel to it, not to mention top of the line marketing.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        i look with envy at tron and tangled, knowing all of that effort would have been ours.

      • Peter's BFF says:

        I didn’t go to any other movie while Dawn Treader was playing so that none of my money would go on that side. Unfortunately it seems right now like Silver Chair won’t happen. I know that sounds horrible, and anti-Narnian, but I don’t want to be killed inwardly if what I just typed is true.

    • Ted C says:

      Aw, everyone’s down on glumPuddle. My tears are forming a puddle…and now Im glum.

    • DW says:

      Seriously, glumPuddle…it just seems you are always trying to find a way to have a bad day and spread the misery. This is characteristic of this post and your youtube comments on this and previous movies. You can’t just relax and enjoy watching a film – you have to sit around analyzing, analyzing, analyzing trying to find everything you can wrong with it and go out of your way to be disappointed. That’s just sad, sir.

      • Savber100 says:

        uhh… GP did enjoy the previous two movies so no idea of what you mean by his so-called constant misery. Being critical is not misery. I’m also not sure what you’re trying to say about him just sitting back and enjoy the film. He DID that and after sitting back, he concluded that the film was poorly made and rather than just bashing it, he analyzed WHY he came to that conclusion.

      • adamie says:

        Yeah, I mean, it’s not like GP is always negative, he’s just critical. But he still likes stuff worth liking. He isn’t praising the new film just because it is a new Narnia film, like others. He is honest with himself, instead of telling himself to feel good about a movie, simply bacause he wants to.

        In the end, there isn’t much about DT to be liked…

      • Mayor Wilkins says:

        "Seriously, glumPuddle…it just seems you are always trying to find a way to have a bad day and spread the misery. This is characteristic of this post and your youtube comments on this and previous movies. You can’t just relax and enjoy watching a film – you have to sit around analyzing, analyzing, analyzing trying to find everything you can wrong with it and go out of your way to be disappointed. That’s just sad, sir."

        Exactly.

        It’s a shame. Because this is a beautiful movie.
        Personally, I will treasure all three of these movies until the day I go to Aslan’s Country. 😉
        I feel bad for anyone who can’t see the beauty.
        But I’m not gonna let it get me down.
        For the record:
        Movie is wonderful
        Cover is wonderful
        Deleted scenes should be fun
        I liked The White Witch and The Green Mist.
        I feel sorry for the haters.
        Have a wonderful day. 😉

      • Savber100 says:

        Haters…? Really? People dislike the film and they’re labeled as haters? Haters are people that rail against a film without valid reasons and for the fun of being a disagreeable person. I personally enjoyed the first film and was slightly disappointed with the second and third. You appreciate the film and it’s fine but don’t go stating the ‘beauty’ of the film as if it was something absolute. If someone differs from your opinion, it doesn’t mean that the opposite side ‘just don’t get it’ and are ignorant of what YOU see as a good film.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        i think what DW just mEans is- WE KNOW YOU DONT LIKE IT, STOP BUMMING EVERYONE OUT!!

      • Non-Negotiable Comment says:

        "You can’t just relax and enjoy watching a film…"

        That’s just a… ridiculous… statement. I can’t imagine anyone here who WANTED to enjoy ‘Dawn Treader’ as much as glumpuddle must have. He has given the film multiple viewings, and has bent over backwards to try and find even the slightest positive thing to say about it. You can HEAR the conflict in his voice when he’s offering his views. I believe it’s very difficult for him to convey his feelings regarding the film, because they’re so far from what he’d hoped they’d be. He’s not negative, he’s not overly critical. He’s SHOCKED and CRUSHED at how poor a film this is, and I am right there with him.

        As others have said, READ his comments, and LISTEN to his thoughts on YouTube. glumpuddle is BANG ON in his assessment of the film’s many (MANY) flaws, and I salute him for his methodical, thoughtful analysis. Criticism of the film is, believe it or not, as well-intended as PRAISE of it. It all comes from the same place. We LOVE these books, and we want to see them represented well. For many of us, this was a deeply disappointing, ill-conceived adaptation of a story that we hold dear to our hearts. That does not lend itself easily to relaxing enjoyment.

      • Lucy says:

        But that’s just it, not EVERYONE agrees it was a poor film. And it makes me mad that just because someone doesn’t like it and can point out disimilarities from the book to "back up" why he doesn’t like it, all of us who liked the movie are just supposed to keel over, stop saying we liked it, and take on the "it was a poor film" as a FACT? It doesn’t matter how many times you say, "it was a poor film", that doesn’t make it a fact the way, "The sky is blue" is. Not everyone completely hated the pace, while still hoping for an extended edition themselves anyway just because they enjoyed it so much and wanted more time with a movie THEY LIKED AND DID NOT FIND POOR. Honestly, in spite of everything people are saying about "Well we TRIED to liked the movie but it just sucks", I think that’s just silly; I mean, if you were REALLY trying to like a film you would do more than just point at the stinking screen going, "That’s wrong! That’s wrong! Aslan’s voice didn’t go up at the end of sayihg that, so obviously his out of character. That’s wrong! That scene isn’t in the book so it makes no sense. That’s wrong." Seriously, it’s okay for anyone out there who didn’t like the movie not to, but it’s unfair for you all to try and saddle us with the OPINON (that’s right, I said OPINON, key word here) that it’s a lousy movie. That’s like saying just because city of Ember added giant moles and speaded up their pace, true fans of the book have to hate it or else they’re not true fans. That’s silly; for any fandom. I personally (and my GRANDMOTHER, mind you) loved VDT.

      • Non-Negotiable Comment says:

        If your convictions are strong enough, then no one should be able to "saddle" you with anything. It seems the gist of your argument is "Your opinion makes me mad, stop expressing it." Good luck with that. You don’t have to "keel over", you don’t have to submit to anything anyone states here. You don’t even have to read it. Free will: a tremendous gift from God.

      • always narnian says:

        First of all I think everyone should not be bashing GlumPuddle in that way. Also, it’s geeting really hateful. We should be able to discuss without being rude. Everyone else can state their opinion. If people can like it, then some can dislike it. I dislike it BECAUSE it did not follow the book. The whole plot was changed. Really, think about it. Instead of the quest for the seven lords, it became the quest for the seven swords. By the time they got to Lord Rhoop, they didn’t even CARE about him, they just say, "Look his sword!"
        I don’t understand….The reason WHY we want the movie to be good and follow the book is because we LOVED the way LEWIS made it and LOVED that story. We didn’t want the movie to be this way. That’s why we have to "complain" and "analyze" it.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        even more than the quest for the lords/swords, the most important theme is the longing in one’s soul for aslan’s country. the whole bit about the lords is just an excuse to get them out there. That is the part they really needed to develop, and to spend time on-(and more time on the undragoning too.) That’s what would have made this a classic on a par with the wizard of oz if they had gone for it. instead they chickened out and went for the cheap thrill- the sea serpent fight as the main climax.. Tis a pity and a real shame. now they just have a common shoot em up fantasy you could see anywhere, as opposed to cs lewis’ soul stirring classic. WALDEN, STOP SHOOTING YOURSELF IN THE FOOT AND BE BRAVE-KEEP THE MEANING!

      • always narnian says:

        O yeah, the allegory and the meaning is what I want them to keep the most. The failed, though. The undragoning was poorly done.

    • Lucy says:

      Dude, just cuz YOU didn’t like the movie doesn’t make it anti-Lewis. I’m sorry you didn’t like it, but geeze, get over yourself.

      • Savber100 says:

        Read his review and watch his videos. GP states the exact reason why he believed the film contained themes CONTRARY to themes in the book.

        (e.g. Remember the scene at the World’s End? We have Aslan stating that His country was a place that allows for "noble hearts" and the deserving. Not to get too deep on the themes but that went against everything that C.S. Lewis stood for on salvation which speaks how we enter God’s grace through HIS grace and given redemption and not because we have "noble hearts" and that we earned it. The stuff in the film is typical Hollywood secular humanist trash. Seriously, rewatch the movie and you’ll see a drastically different theme.)

        In the end, try analyzing the bloody film before "sitting back" and accepting everything the filmmakers chug into our head.

      • Lucy says:

        It’s a bloody NOVEL turned Movie, not the Bible!

      • Savber100 says:

        Never said it was…
        However, your post implied your misunderstanding on why some people believe the movie was anti-Lewis and I explained the reasoning behind it. Sure, it’s not the Bible but the novel contained CHRISTIAN THEMES that were twisted by the filmmakers to something to the contrary. So, I fail to see how commenting that the "novel isn’t the bible" applies to anything. That hardly gives the filmmakers free reign to slaughter the spiritual themes within the novel.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        I can see Disney taking out the christian themes since that company has changed from a god fearing company to an anti-christian one over the years. I was hoping Fox might step up to the plate and protect the underlying christianity more, but I guess the studios of today are trying to bland down everything to make it less "offensive" .( even though 80% of america still identifies as christian) l therefore think the only way to get this series right is to take it to an openly christian company to finish the series off right. esp the Last Battle. How could anyone secularize that one and have it make sense? too bad mel gibson destroyed his reputation, at least he’d have the nerve to keep the themes in it.

      • GoGators1983 says:

        Savber100,

        I’m not sure I entirely agree with your analysis of the end of the world scene. I don’t recall Aslan using the word "deserve". I think the children or Caspian used it. It did make me cringe a bit when they said it. But Reepicheep, when approaching Aslan, did say something to the effect of "I know that I don’t deserve it, but…". So at least he realized that he didn’t deserve to be allowed into Aslan’s country.

        As far as his (Aslan’s) country being made for "noble hearts like yours" (Reepicheep’s), what is wrong with that? If we are making a comparison to heaven and Aslan’s country, do you think it would be more accurate to say that heaven is for the "cowardly" or "ignoble" or "heartless"?

        Also, Caspian, when faced with a choice of whether to go to Aslan’s country right now or wait, realizes his failings and promises to be a better king. Shouldn’t we also, when faced with our own mortality and the life (and duty) we’ve been given while we are here, also be humbled by that?

        Overall, I don’t agree that the movie was "anti-Lewis" in any sense, but there certainly were some moments were a bit white-washed. And dumbed down…(but movies usually are, sadly)

        My biggest regret about the whole movie is that they left out one of my favorite lines in the whole book. When Aslan corrects Eustace’s claim that stars are flaming balls of gas, he says: "Even in your world, my son, that is not what a star is, but only what it is made of." If that were the only line they added back in a deleted scene, I’d be thrilled!

      • always narnian says:

        My dad noticed that too, about "Aslan’s country being made for noble hearts". Also, my sister noticed that Reepicheep said to Lucy (about Aslan’s country) "I hope I will one day earn my right to see it" (or something on that line). They keep trying to put in the movie that you earn Salvation, not that you recieve it by grace. Also, to me, the message of the movie (defeating the darkness inside of you, resisting temptation) was all about YOU IN AND OF YOURSELF conquering sin, and not JESUS doing it. We can’t do anything on our own!!!

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        @always narnian, they probably added that stuff for the non christians in the audience, cause they might not know about the grace thing and it wouldn’t make sense too much for them -just my guess-

      • always narnian says:

        Yes but they are the ones who need the truth- not more lies. What good will that do for them? Make them more comfortable and make them feel OK?

    • Eustace says:

      I can’t believe that people are so down on Glumpuddle for nothing. A lot of other people including myself didn’t really like the movie, and I usually don’t agree with Glumpuddle. This was a badly made film. It just the facts. Anyway, I wish they had more deleted scenes.

    • Shastafan says:

      I feel like calling it an "Anti-Lewis Movie" is a bit over the top. But you are allowed to your own opinion, and I’m sorry that the movie feels like that to you. I am hoping that SC (if it’s made) will be much, much closer to the book, and will give you optimism about these films again. 😉

    • Ionic Bonding Rocks says:

      I wouldn’t exactly say it’s an anti-Lewis movie. Yes, in some parts of the movie, Aslan’s lines were cringe-worthy, and they added that temptation theme out of nowhere, and the green mist wasn’t exactly a subtle way of making the movie more ‘cinematic’. But I was talking to some friends the other day who hadn’t read the book, and they were saying that VDT had a much clearer Christian message than the other two.
      In the LWW, the message is very allegorical, and many do not understand who Aslan represents. In PC, well, there wasn’t much of a spiritual message there, what with all the romance themes, etc. But in VDT, the message was so clear to them! There was no mistaking who Aslan was, and that he lived in our world too.
      I don’t know C.S. Lewis personally, so I’m not really sure what he would think, but I’m taking an educated guess that he might be happy that children are hearing a clear message about Christ through the film medium 😀 And that’s the main thing, right?

      • elanor says:

        hmmm…
        Perhaps think of writing a beloved, long-worked on story. You come to know the characters so well that they are pretty close to alive at times! Then imagine someone recreating and changing the characters, the plot, the whole story and message and only leaving certain, albiet "christian" themes. Do you think you would like it?

    • Narniapinoy says:

      Your Pathetic GP saying the movie is Anti-Lewis! such a shame coming from you, I know we all have the right for our own opinions but there’s a large BUT, especially when you are a persona in this website, you must be careful saying things, I look up to you and your negative comments affects me same as to those fans here in the site so do the equation man! THUMBS DOWN for GP!

      • Queen Elizabeth says:

        Stop bickering like Edmund and Eustace everyone!!! GP is entitled to their opinion just like everyone else. I thought the movie was great, although there were some un-needed cheesey lines and it was fast, the story’s theme was still clear.
        Everyone has their own right. If you liked it and they didn’t WHO CARES!!! You can still like it even if others weren’t as impressed.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        perhaps GP holds VDT so dear to his heart that he holds the storyline to a higher standard than apparently the scriptwriters do. i feel his frustration. he wants VDT to be respected as a property, not cheapened to make a bigger buck.

      • Narniapinoy says:

        Queen Elizabeth: Like I say GP is not an ordinary commentator/user in this site so we MIND his comments. Anyone will be affected when GP says anything.

        High Queene Shelly Belly: Cheapened to make a bigger buck? Well dear I have a news for you, You LIKE it or NOT all movies esp. big budget movies made to make bigger buck. slap it in your face.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        @narniapinoy: no poop, genius. and as you said earlier, you must be careful saying things. it’s pretty hypocritical to then say something as aggressive as "slap it in your face".

      • Dougitoons says:

        Love how his forum is not afraid to discuss spirituality, especially Christianity, when analysing this film. It brings a whole new dimension to it. I for one have always loved the the books and lived inside Pauline Baynes’ insightful interpretation of Lewis’ story.
        As far as the films go, like the books, they will never be given the same treatment as stories based on the arcane i.e. Harry Potter/Twilight etc. For those of you who are spiritually minded out there, we know there has always been a battle for peoples minds, hearts and souls throughout all the media and education facilities. I remember several people hating the Chronicles because it was sooo Christian, one of the most notable being the author Michael Moorcock who wrote about souleating swords etc.
        The problem is that we Christians are not as dissimilar from the rest of the world as we need to be and we permit every esoteric breeze to blow an unnecessary new hue into our belief system. The only "surrender" we have to consider is to God’s will and nothing else should be permitted to get in-between. Hence, although not Lewis-penned, the line about noble-hearts need not be taken as a nod to the idea of "earning Salvation". Think of Bunyan, the Waldenseans, the millions of Christian maryrs throughout the ages and you will surely agree that these HUMBLE HEARTS/PURE HEARTS were indeed NOBLE HEARTS. They did not hold their convictions; their convictions held them! Remember the pure in heart are blessed for they shall see God.
        I have yet to treat myself to a DVD of this film, so I await the extras with eager anticipation (I have yet to convince the good lady that a Blu-ray player is essential for life to continue as we know it!!). However, despite missing the Disney touch, I still felt that the film was not as fast-paced as other more popular series i.e. HP and Star Wars which move so fast that I have never gained any afinity with any so-called characters; thus I still enjoyed it. I agree that it would have been great to have been given a little more of the depth that CSL gave to the history of narnian mythology, the true story of Dragon Island, leaing Caspian on the ship rather than have him also travel across the sea of lilies. I would have liked to have seen the confrontation with the kings and queens of the under-water kingdoms, but Lewis was always regarded as a Junior associate of Tolkien mainly because Lewis’ novels were overtly Christian in nature, whereas Tolkien included Messiah-types from other cultures also. Yeah, I know the books behind the fist two films actually have St Nick, Bacchus, Maenads, Dryad, wood-nymphs etc, all or which are steeped in paganinsm; but I am allowing for Lewis’ love of ancient mythology particularly British and classical (Greek).
        Which leads us back to the argument that the film was anti-Lewis.
        If it was anti-Lewis, I don’t think it would have been made at all. Yes, the themes were diluted to an extent, but they are still there.

        I really hope SC is made and screenplayed closely to the book. Anyway, that’s my three-pence-worth. Have a great day andenjoy the film, the book and The Book behind the book. God Bless

  • J.J. says:

    Those look good to me! I plan to buy it on DVD or Blu-ray on its release day.

  • Rilian The Disenchanted says:

    The scènes in the Lone Islands don’t need much CGI, they should be extended. I can hardly believe they would have filmed just 1 minute of fights and get done with it. There must be some footage left.

  • Non-Negotiable Comment says:

    The Blu-Ray will offer two considerable advantages over a theatrical view: I can see Dante Spinotti’s cinematography without the abysmal 3D conversion, and I can turn the sound off.

  • WillowofNarnia says:

    Are there going to be bloopers??????? THERE HAS TO BE!!!!!!!!

  • WillowofNarnia says:

    And is this all that’s going to be on the Blu-Ray????

  • Liberty Hoffman says:

    nice! love it!

    aw, no bloopers?

  • Trufflehunter says:

    Bring on the Extended Edition!!! (some time soon please!)

  • pselpevensie says:

    so sad that there are only a little over 5 min for deleted scenes and not even a full min of music vid? AND WHAT ABOUT BLOOPERS!

  • yeswelovenarnia says:

    Honestly only 5 min of deleted scenes??? And where are the bloopers?????? The other stuff looks cool enough, but in my opinion..they don’t have enough! 🙁 kinda disappointed……

  • Fireflower says:

    Hey, we should be happy to get anything extra! I think the dvd/blu-ray will be awesome!

  • LL says:

    We need bloopers!!!! They can do without the music video for heaven’s sake! GRRR…

  • Swordebrithil12 says:

    I hope they have more deleted scenes… and BLOOPERS oh my God bloopers are just priceless I hope they add to this later, but for now looking good!

  • narnian21 says:

    Maybe there are more features because isn’t it supposed to be 2-disc DVD?

  • ChristProclamer says:

    Please be a hoax. A 59-second MUSIC VIDEO? Just five minutes of deleted scenes? This is the most pathetic DVD release I’ve seen yet.

    This whole film has been a joke. Forget Silver Chair; let’s not even bother.

    • Josh says:

      That’s very negative for a Christ Proclaimer…haha jk.

      I dunno if this movie was anti-Lewis like gPuddle says, but it was still a pretty bad movie. I left the movie theater feeling like doo-doo. Seriously, I still have NO IDEA what the green mist was. LofGK?? White Witch barf? I also didn’t know if the characters could physically see the green mist or if it was a complete metaphorical thing or something.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        yeah, i was wondering if the kids could see it too- anyone know? I was in such shock after the movie i can barely remember it-

      • ChristProclamer says:

        Er…yeah, I’m pretty negative about this right now.

        But I’m glad I’m not the only one who found this film just fantastic (aside from GP, of course). People have raved about it…and I’m not sure why.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        im sure the people who raved haven’t read the book and therefore don’t know how deep the book is, and the squandered opportunities for the film version.

    • Narniapinoy says:

      High Queene Shelly Belly: And I Quote "im sure the people who raved haven’t read the book and therefore don’t know how deep the book is, and the squandered opportunities for the film version." REALLY what an arrogant way to explain it.

      • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

        looks like somebody needs a personality transplant.

      • Dougitoons says:

        I have read and re-read the books countless times over the past 38 years (picked up LW&W when I was 9 years old). I have already said in previous comments that there were missed opportunities. But this was good film nonetheless.

        Okay, I am puzzled about why Ben Barnes and the Telmarines spoke like Italians in PC and then spoke either the Queen’s English or cockney (or even Irish – Drinian)respectively; but that aside, as far as Children’s fantasy films go, this was not bad.

        If we fans don’t support these sort of projects, they will never make the rest of the stories into films.

        Constructive criticism, as well as a few £/$s, can only but help the film-makers consider our views more respectfully.

  • Alambil and Tarvis says:

    BLOOPERS???? Where are the bloopers???

  • Moonwood says:

    Big, Big mistake not to have at least half an hour of deleted scenes, this is a wonderful movie, that is horribly edited ( who edited it ? maybe we should let him know how we feel ).
    The obviously much more than 5 min of deleted scenes, could have changed A LOT for this movie’s good

    • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

      the editor was interviewed on narniafans , he sounded very nice. too bad about the editing job, though.

    • Anhun says:

      About the deletions: Not all deleted material is an entire deleted scene. I would imagine most of the deleted footage is actually shots and mini-sequences that were removed from longer scenes that we saw in theaters. Maybe they cut out some of the dialogue from talky scenes on the ship. Maybe they trimmed down some of the action shots from the battle with a sea serpent, or the fights on the Lone Islands. If it’s just part of an existing scene it would belong in an extended edition, but not a "deleted scenes" section of the DVD.

      • Peter's BFF says:

        Or even they used all the scenes in the movie. (except of course the bits they shaved off bigger scenes)

  • Shastafan says:

    I like what I’m seeing here, but I agree that if we don’t get a extended edition, then we want all 30 minutes of the stuff they unfortunetely cut out. And the commentary, the bloopers, hmm… *crosses her fingers that there is more special features* 😉

    • High Queene Shelly Belly says:

      yeah, i wouldnt even cARE if they added it in with out paying for the CG- i’ rather see an alternate version with green tights and such if they would add in the footage to make the script improve and be fleshed out.

  • DancingInRain says:

    Umm I hope this list isn’t completed! It /has/ to have bloopers! I mean, this is the first movie in 13months to go over $100,000,000 in US in the boxoffice for Fox!

  • the other Pevensie girl says:

    HOLY HARFANG. This cannot be it! D: *pulls out all the stops* If you put the first paragraph on the AreaDVD webpage into Google Translate, it says that these are SOME of the features that will be on the DVD. Sooo hopefully this isn’t it? Cause bloopers and a commentary with the actors were the two things I was most looking forward to, since I enjoyed them both so much in the first two films. And I have to agree, more deleted scenes would have been amazing, but it will be interesting to see which ones made it onto the DVD all the same.

  • Queen Susan the Gentle says:

    AWESOME!! Remember, the first two didn’t include these. 😀

  • Alambil says:

    Narnia Fans posted something that seemed a little more promising, if only slightly:

    http://www.narniafans.com/archives/11312

    Make sure to read the whole thing, even some of the comments.

  • lilims says:

    No bloopers or audio commentary by the actors 🙁

  • stateofgreen says:

    I really don’t think this is the actual final content of the DVD.

  • claireyy says:

    heheehehheeee i want bloopers : )

  • thesithempire says:

    Well, this is a theatrical DVD/blu-ray release. These usually don’t contain much. However, the info provided at Narniafans.com, if accurate, is encouraging:

    multiple editions of the film: 3-Disc Blu-ray, DVD and Digital Copy; 2-Disc DVD Special Edition; Single Disc DVD Edition

    The 3 Disc blu-ray certainly sounds like an extended edition, which is what most of us want, and which will contain more comprehensive special features.

    Perhaps one of these days Fox will get around to letting us know the facts. (Impatient, I know, but that’s the digital age for you.)

    • ak says:

      Well, the 3-disc blu-rays I’ve been seeing lately have been 1 blu-ray copy, 1 DVD copy and 1 digital copy (which all seems rather redundant to me) and doesn’t necessarily mean more content. But the fact that there’s "2-disc special edition" has me hopeful.

  • reepicheep's_fangirl says:

    NO ACTOR COMMENTARY?!?!?!?!?!?!??????????!? I was like "what the heck? no bloopers? that sucks." and THEN i saw the commentaries….
    seriously, no actor commentary is like going from one extreme to the next! i propose a boycott! ….well, then again, we’re buying it for the MOVIE, but special features make it more exciting. 🙁

    • skandargirl_95 says:

      I know right????it’s a bit stupid to even release this DVD if it’s only going to have THAT for the extras:I bought the other two DVDs BECAUSE of the behind-the-scenes footage that came with it AND the actor commentary:and it was BRILLIANT:This one just might be a sinking ship in the making(sorry with the boat puns:just woke up and in a cranky mood, and THIS news certainly doesn’t make it any better)

    • Alambil says:

      I really recommend reading this article:

      http://www.narniafans.com/archives/11312

      And notice one of Paul Martin’s comments: "There is a commentary, but my source didn’t have details on who took part aside from the director."

  • QueenSusanJ316 says:

    ok, do you guys think the mysterious scene with the four pevensies in narnia is one of the children’s scenes?

    • Alambil says:

      I wish. Actually, the reason for the "…" after "The Kids in Narnia" is that isn’t the full name of the scene. It’s actually "The Kids in Narnian Clothes", which might go into Lucy having to borrow some of Caspian’s things. That’s just a guess, though. =)

      http://www.narniafans.com/archives/11312

  • FriendOfNarnia2 says:

    So how many minutes of deleted scenes were on the Prince Caspian DVD?

  • Kelly says:

    It’s a shame we’re not getting as much as the other movies but at least it’s something, plus the actual movie, don’t forget. 🙂

  • {the girl who checks her closet erry night} says:

    all i’m going to say is that i am really excited about the deleted scenes, since i felt the movie lacked some.
    and i really want to see lots of bloopers. those are ALWAYS GREAT.
    and hopefully lots of talks with the kids, i want to see georgie & skandar for one last time, and get introduced to will a little more.

  • Emgee says:

    This story has not been posted here yet, but: http://boxofficemojo.com/news/?id=3055&p=.htm

    VDT has become Fox’s first movie to pass $100M in 13 months. I don’t know about anyone else, but I see this as a good omen that FOX will want to re-up and greenlight SC.

  • Moviecynic says:

    I enjoy this website because I can read comments from people who have enjoyed three epic Narnian films. I don’t know if there are enough of us real fans out there to support a forth film but I am very happy for the three we have. It was a long wait for movies of this grandeur and we may not see them again anytime soon if VODT isn’t seen by enough people.

    Only five extra min.? Oh well. At least we can enjoy those 5 min. I was really hoping for an extended edition though.

  • Serenia says:

    5 minutes isn’t enough to save this movie.

    • Emgee says:

      Who says it needs saving? It was an awesome movie.

      • Mayor Wilkins says:

        It was a beautiful movie. At least that’s my opinion.
        It brings me so much joy.
        Easily the most fun I had at the movies all year.
        Amazing how I can love the book and the movie at the same time despite the fact that they are different. Interesting.

      • Lucy says:

        I agree with mayor wilkins.

      • Dougitoons says:

        I agree too. The colours were vibrant. The action scenes, although short in some places, were well shot. The CG made sense.
        Again, more about the history of the Dufflepuds, the use of Koriakin’s map, and showing Ramandu and the fire-berries would have been wild; but, perhaps the money and the will were not there. Here’s to hoping we will get the best of both worlds with SC :0)

  • Queen Elizabeth says:

    Ok people!!!! I WANT BLOOPERS!!! And there better be a commentary with Skandar, cause I really need his voice right now. Does that sound cheesey? Sorry my Narnia buddies, but you know how it is with girls these days.

    • Princess Jennifer says:

      With girls like me ? lol !! Sounds pretty heesy to me !! I am so happy to hear from you again !! I don’t know about you, but for a while, I could not type on here !! I truly am "Faith in Jesus Christ " at the end. Just so you know. I am sorry I have not written in so long.

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        Sorry, I mean’t " Sounds pretty CHEESY to me" !! I LOVE cheese !! and chocolate, and I love fruit !!

  • Brisa says:

    5+ minuets of deleted scenes? That stinks, I want a lot more.

    (BTW, I did enjoy the movie, though it wasn’t my favorite of the three)

  • Moviecynic says:

    I have been an apologist for the three Narnia films we have. I love them! I know they are not close to the sublime beauty of the books, but if you consider that they came out of Hollywood and could have been all "Disnified" then I feel very lucky to have them.

    That being said I REALLY enjoy the posts on this site by people like "Non-Negotiable Comment" (even if I don’t always believe that his posts accurately reflect his name!). I learn from and appreciate thoughtful viewpoints – even if they don’t fully convince me.

    We honor the spirit of Narnia (and what THAT represents) not only when we agree, but perhaps even more so by how we respectfully (and dare I say lovingly?) disagree.

    Thank you to all those who post here. We waited a long time for this movie. We may not get another. But I certainly hope we do – not leastwise because of the enjoyable online community found here at Narniaweb!

    • Ionic Bonding Rocks says:

      "We honor the spirit of Narnia (and what THAT represents) not only when we agree, but perhaps even more so by how we respectfully (and dare I say lovingly?) disagree."
      Absolutely, Moviecynic!

    • Non-Negotiable Comment says:

      Moviecynic:

      Knowing what you love will get you a long way in life. Defend it to your dying breath. That’s the spirit!

  • the other Pevensie girl says:

    OooooooooooOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! If you go to http://www.familychristian.com/shop/product.asp?prodID=139348&name=Provident Music Distribution-The Voyage of The Dawn Treader it lists "Seasick Gag Reel" as one of the extras! 😀 Now, I will have the actor commentary, and then I will have satisfaction!

  • DancingInRain says:

    Happy Birthday Will Poulter!¡!¡!

    • reepicheep's_fangirl says:

      *GASPING* you mean to tell me that the 28th was Will’s birthday and i….MISSED it??!?!?!?! how COULD i?!?! i have been disgraced for life. 🙁
      and just b/c it makes me feel better:
      I’m sorry I missed your birthday Will! You are the best! We could’ve never had a better Eustace, EVER. We love you!!!

  • Not Of This World says:

    Liam Neesion was in the last episode of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and he has the coolest voice. They could not have found a better Aslan.

    • Not Of This World says:

      I have a link right hear to the episode guide if anyone wants to see it:

      http://www.starwars.com/theclonewars/guide/episode315.html

      • reepicheep's_fangirl says:

        heeheeehee, i LOVE the Clone Wars! more than my 8-year-old little brother! i know, it’s so pathetic, but it just rocks! 😀

      • Not Of This World says:

        My little brother and sister and I wake up at 5 am in the mornings after the clone wars and watch it because we record it on our DVR. My favorite episode is the one when Yoda and a couple clones fight the droids Ventress set up. What’s your favorite episode?

      • reepicheep's_fangirl says:

        lol! 🙂
        i like "The Academy", it’s the one where Asoka trains the Cadets and then they discover a corrupt leader dude! i haven’t seen the Clone Wars in forever, though. i always forget the times it comes on. i saw an ad for a new episode where Asoka supposedly might turn over to the dark side. i almost cried.
        😀

      • Not Of This World says:

        That episode is cool too. I don’t like the idea of Asohoka turning evil eiather.

      • reepicheep's_fangirl says:

        well, it’s better than Anakin killing her like the younglings in episode III…..
        still 🙁 🙁
        *sobbing starts all over again*

      • Not Of This World says:

        That part is sad. I wish Lucas Arts would make a videogame where you can be Anakin and choose to stay on the good side or go to the dark side. Then it would be cool (if you stayed on the good side) if there was a fight between Anakin and the Sepritace on Mustufar. If you lose, you fall into the lava and after that get white Darth Vader armor. That would be awesome!

  • Kiyoha says:

    naa, only 5 minutes? Well, that’s better than nothing. And.

    "Eustace II"

    Want much?

    "Mutiny"

    What.

    I’m really excited about this DVD. I do hope they include actors’ commentaries as well!

  • Narnia_Girl says:

    listening to the audio commentaries for LWW and PC it seems director Andrew Adamson had some really great creative ideas for making the movies more emotional and generally better than what i expected from the books. I think although VDT was great, it coulld have been better had andrew adamson directed the film.

    • Narnia_Girl says:

      just my opinion though

      • reepicheep's_fangirl says:

        and mine. 😉

      • Swordebrithil12 says:

        Mine as well. I want Adamson back. He’s perfect for Narnia. It’s just not Apted’s cup of tea.

      • Narnia_Girl says:

        I’m glad someone else agrees 🙂 i just hope he is up for the next movie (if they make one, which i hope they do <3 )

      • reepicheep's_fangirl says:

        haha, Narnia_Girl, there are a lot more "someones" where we came from. a lot of people were disappionted by Apted’s style, but I’m even more disappionted about the MUSIC. for crying out loud, how hard is it to compose some decent music, David Arnold???
        anywho, i hope Adamson returns. 🙂

      • Dougitoons says:

        That’s what you get when you have a James Bond director and composer for a fantasy film. Come on guys, if you are stepping up to Adamson’s plate, should SC come online, please invest yourselves into it.
        Ta.

  • always narnian says:

    I hope there are bloopers!

  • Swordebrithil12 says:

    Ah I missed it too. Happy birthday Will. You brought Eustace to life.

  • freya says:

    Watched the movie twice yesterday on my laptop, was lucky enough to find a website that streams it online. I’ve watched it in the theater too, but found the wait for the dvd too looong. Will of course still buy the dvd, quality is much better and then there is the bonus material to look forward to.
    I don’t think the deleted scenes on "Prince Caspian" were particularly longer, because some of them were really short. I noticed that all the scenes they cut were scenes where the characters actually interacted with each other, because A. Adamson didn’t find them necessary and just wanted to get on with the action, as was his excuse for cutting most of them. He likes his action scenes that one, I happen to disagree with him heartily on that aspect. He made a huge error cutting the "picking of the marshals" scene. The movie needed that scene, if only for the fact that it showed Peter and Caspian getting along, like they did in the book.
    Noticed that the movie has made over $372 mill now, and with the Japan release later this month, it should hit $400. I think that’s pretty good considering that the whole movie industry seems to be in a funk these days. Not much happiness found on BoxOffice I’ll tell you.

    • Talvi says:

      I’m so glad you mentioned the ‘picking the marshals’ scene. I think that that was one of the best scenes within the entire movie, and I really really really really wish they’d left it in. It gave a different dynamic to Peter’s character, one that he had in LWW and one that was missing a bit in PC.
      That being said, I overall really loved Adamson as director of the first two. He really seemed to try his absolute hardest to make the movies the best that they could be. He sure didn’t cut any corners when it came to locations and props! I think he did a good job with both movies – truly, my only major qualm is that he cut that one scene.
      I really wish he’d directed VoDT. Though the script was a big issue, I really think he could have made this movie so much better than it was. He was able to… I don’t know, bring out? Georgie and Skandar’s acting skills. They were so believable and personable in the first two. In VoDT they just seemed flat, and I truly think it’s because Apted didn’t spend enough time with them, and didn’t give them enough to give their lines true emotion beneath them. It was just like they passed the script around, said ‘read it!’ and took the first take. Adamson made sure every scene was polished. Apted really seemed like he didn’t care.

      lol, I can be long winded when I get upset about something. XD in short, I think that even though Adamson had a flair for the dramatics and for action scenes, he was a great director for Narnia – there was true emotion and magic in LWW and PC. In VoDT that really was missing. It wasn’t just because of Adamson *shakes fist at Fox and screenwriters* but I really think he could have made the movie so, so SO much better than it was. Apted isn’t right for this movie. At all. What little magic surviving after the screenwriters attacked it with the green mist, Apted killed with choppy pacing, forced lines, even MORE focus on action (Sea serpent scene, anyone? :'( ) and completely changing the underlying meanings and themes of the book.
      … that wasn’t short at all. XD Reallllly tl;dr version – I don’t like Apted directing Narnia. I want Adamson back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Fiona Everest says:

    I wish I had a blue ray gagit…gizmo, whatchamacallit. 🙂

    • Peter's BFF says:

      Me too. Why can’t they put everything on all of the different discs? Oh right, so that we buy the player. Obviously I need to calm down. 😉

  • Peter's #1 Fan ALWAYS says:

    i cant wait till it comes out hurry up!!!!! EXCITED

  • Faith in Jesus Christ says:

    Dear Narnian followers,
    I do, have REAL faith in Christ Jesus. Although Aslan is a good hero, Jesus is my king. He is my Savoiur, he is my rock. I will have Faith in him until my death. Jesus is the one true King !! We need to witness for Jesus. Because without him, we would be nothing. In the last few weeks, I have worked, and prayed, that God will help me to witness to all who I see,meet, or know. I am looking for prayer support. Please, I need more courage. The lord has Blessed me with much.
    I think I should also tell you, that I am really Princess Jennifer, it has just taken me this long to discover I neede a new name, and a new e-mail. I hope you will pray with me.

    Be strong and take courage, all of you who put your hope in the Lord.
    Psalm 31:24

    • Not Of This World says:

      I know a verse like that that has a lot of meaning to me. I forgot exactly where, but it starts out with "Be strong and couragous . . ."

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        Hmmm…. I will think on it. I know this other verse that says:
        Do Not let your hearts be troubled, trust in God and trust in Me.

        I believe it is in John 1:1. I love that verse.

      • Not Of This World says:

        Actualy I think it was in Joshua somewhere. We sent a letter to a friend in California for encourgment in what he was doing. My sister put a Bible verse on the letter to encourage him (It started out with "Be strong and couagous . . .". that’s all I remember, but that basicly describes the verse). He sent a letter back that said that the verse was the EXACT SAME VERSE that he was praying and studying through!!!!

      • always narnian says:

        Joshua 1:9 Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the LORD your God is with you wherever you go.

        I am a saved too! 🙂

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        Great !!! I love that verse !! I also cherish this verse in Joshua.
        "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord." Joshua 24:15

        We love that verse so much we have it written in a frame in our living room. I thiink it is a good verse to remember. Did I ever tell you I am a scripture girl on the radio ? I pick verses and reciet them on the radio !!

      • Not Of This World says:

        I think that’s the verse, Always Narnian! Thank you!!! And that’s awesome about scripture reciting, Princes Jennifer (or Faith in Jesus Christ 😉 )!

      • always narnian says:

        That’s neat, Princess Jennifer! 🙂 I am glad I could help with the verse, Not of this World (I like your name). I really love that verse too.

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        No, you shouldn’t thank me. You shouuld thank God, and yourself. Yourself, for pulling it up, and God, for helping you. My mother always says how it is so good to read the Bible. Great job on getting the verse !! And Not of this world, I am so happy that you found your verse. It truly is a remmarkable one !! It’s Great !!

      • Not Of This World says:

        Thank you both! You both seem like really cool people

      • Not Of This World says:

        I think horses are great too. I can’t wait for HHB because it will be fun too see how they have the horses actions and see how acurate they are. C S Lewis seemed to know a lot about horses by his desriptions in HHB.

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        I’m blushing, thanks !! You seem really cool too !!lol !! I also am excited for HHB. I am ecxited to see the horses talk, and see Aravis, and the giants, and puddleglum !! I can’t wait !! I am happy that you think horses are cool. I do too. I wonder if C. S. Lewis knew how to ride horses, or had any. I know he lived in town at oxford, but as a child or something. hm……

      • Not Of This World says:

        Whoops! I ment to reply the last one to our horse conversation down there 🙂

      • Not Of This World says:

        I’m going to look up and see if Lewis had horse as a kid.

      • Not Of This World says:

        I couldn’t find anything 🙁

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        lol ! I do that all the time !! I always get my comments mixed up. I thank you for lookIng that up, and am surprised at the answer no. I wonder, maybe he was a racehorse fan or something, or maybe he just read up on horses for the book he was writing. I bet that’s it. Can you imagine C.S. Lewis galloping on a horse ?

      • Not Of This World says:

        That would be awesome!

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        I know. I wish I knew how to ride. I am planning to learn this summer. My mom used to ride alot, and she is willing to help me learn. We always ride bareback. I don’t exactly know why, we have saddles, but it is less weight on the horse, and, it reminds me of Narnia. As if I am riding towards Narnia, to escape telmarines.

      • Not Of This World says:

        Really? Do you guys use bare back pads?

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        Nope. We put absolutely no tack on our horses except a bridle. And actually, If the horse is tame enough, we just ride them bareback with a halter, and maybe two lead ropes. Our horses always go with no halter in the pasture too. They look so wild, so free, and yet, they run up to us whenever they see us.

      • Not Of This World says:

        That’s cool! We (My little sister likes bareback) use bareback pads.

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        Oh, well that’s cool. I’ve never heard of Bareback pads. I’ve heard of Bareback saddles though. ( We are considering getting one for the taller horses.) Have you ever used a Hackemoore ? We haven’t. But I got one for Christmas from my dad, and we are going to try it on our belgium.

      • Not Of This World says:

        I think my older sister has one, but I don’t know if she used it.

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        Ok. Well this weekend we are going to try him on it. I am going to learn to ride Buttercup this weekend. Then I can gallop through the woods and pretend telmarines are following me. In real life, on foot, we all do. In the hot ( believe me, 120 degrees hot.) summer, we go in our pastures, and pretend we are in the great dessert. Just a few weeks ago, we went to our pond and pretended that our gryfons were attacked by telmarines, and now we were stuck in an island with creatures we didn’t know about. Funny, When we play it, it almost seems real.

    • Dougitoons says:

      Who directed this posting?? it’s like chain letters!!! How did it start of being a testimony (which I heartily endorse and believe in) to a discussing about horse-riding? I feel like I’ve jumped into a puddle in a beautiful wood and ended up in Carn (well maybe not somewhere that bad – I like horses too).

      May God’s richest blessings be upon you all. happy Sabbath

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        Well, we just talked and just like actual talking, subjects change. We started to Jesus, then to HHB, then to C. S. Lewis, then to horses , then to horse tack. ok ? So, to answer your question: I don’t really, know. We just chat like anyone else does.

    • Dougitoons says:

      Who’d directing this posting?? It’s like Apted directiing Chain Letters!! Hw come we start off with a testimony (which I heartily endorse and agree with) and end up with a discussion about horse-riding??? I feel like I’ve jumped into a puddle in a beautiful wood and ended up somewhere like Charn !! (well maybe not somewhere that bad – I like horses too)
      Happy Sabbath and God’s richest blessings to you all :0)

  • Northernranger says:

    I really hope this is not the final list of bonus features!!! My favorites are always the commentaries with the kids and the bloopers. I am just going to pray that they get added.

  • Not Of This World says:

    372,000,000

    What’s so important about that number? That’s the money that VDT has made worldwide right now 🙂

    • Princess Jennifer says:

      Sweet !! How much does it need to make silver chair ?

      • Not Of This World says:

        Nobody knows exactly how much, but I personaly think that if it passes 400 million mark (which will probibly happen because it opens up in Venizala today and Japan at the end of the month) the will make SC.

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        nice !! I am so excited for SC. I also, like the MN and HHB, but they will have to come later. Any news of MN or HHB ?

      • Not Of This World says:

        Me too. I expesially want to see HHB. But they havn’t said anything about them yet.

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        I know !! I can’t wait to see HHB !!! I would love to play as Aravis, but they want an arabian. I still would like to be her though. I Love horses. I have a palomino mustang I named her Buttercup. I had a horse bafore her, she was a white arabian, her name was Snowflake. She was in real bad shape so I bought her for 45$ She was awesome. I can’t wait For HHB !! What about you ?

      • Not Of This World says:

        Really? We have horses too! We have a chesnut (I think – my mom and sister say he is. I honestly don’t know which horse colors are which. 🙂 I’ll just call them brown, black, white . . . 🙂 ) Quarter Horse gelding named Copper, a black and white paint gelding named Chaps, a brown and white paint mare named Miss Dixie, a black, brown, and white paint gelding named Courage (Miss Dixie was actuly him mom. We bought her pregnant), and a white Pony of America (POA) mare named Sweetie. We used to have a brown and white paint gelding named Coliseum, but he died 🙁

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        wow !!! They sound beautiful !!! we also have a brown belgium and a dark brown Shetland pony. The Belgium’s name is Big John and the pony’s name is Mocha. Mocha is a gelding, we think, he is my sister’s. And Big John is a Gelding too. He is my mom’s horse. My dad got him my for mom on there anniversary. Sadly. Snowflake died in October. =[ Do you know how to horseback ride ?

      • Not Of This World says:

        Sorry about Snowflake 🙁 I don’t know how to ride a horse. It’s kind of imberessing to say i can’t ride a horse, but in my defence, we have only had horses for about 4 years.

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        Really ? I can’t ride either. It is sad for me to say this since I love horses. I do wantt to learn soon though. I am sorry for coliseum. I’m sure he was the best. I’ve only had horses for one year, one month, some days. I got Snowflake on January 5. Big John was here on May 4, and Mocha was here on August something. Buttercup was December 7. Once again, I am sorry about coliseum. I also am sad about Snowflake’s death. I thank you for caring and hope you have fun with your horses. There are such a joy……….well, they are to me anyway. =}

      • Not Of This World says:

        I think horses are great too. I can’t wait for HHB because it will be fun too see how they have the horses actions and see how acurate they are. It will be fun to see the whole serise, but I am expecialy looking forward to HHB 🙂

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        Yeah me too !! I always love the part in LWW when PPhillip, the horse talks. I am also excited to see the horses actions and how accurate they are. I think it will also be cool to see Shasta’s twin brother, and get to see the Pevensies grown up, and in there throwns. Wow, I can’t wait for HHB!!!

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        Correction : *Philip*-sorry ! ={

      • Not Of This World says:

        I know! That part’s awesome!

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        I love seeing all the animals talk, but Horses are probably my favorite. I always think that part is so cool. I also Love Reepicheep. I wish I could really go to Narnia and see all the animals, and Reepicheep, and Cair Parravael, and Aslan !!

      • Not Of This World says:

        Sometimes when I’m asleep I have a dream the I’m fighting some kind of war in Narnia.

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        So do I !!! Before the movie ever came out, I dreamt I was on the Dawn Treader, sailing alway towards someplace special. Recently, just a couple nights ago, I dreamt that I I was in Narnia, Living in a peaceful cottage, when Suddenly, telmarines attacked !!! Ok, in the end I ended up on their ship sailing to who knows where, but it was an awesome dream !! I dream of wars, and other Narnian dreams than I did just now. How about you ?

      • Not Of This World says:

        I useually have dreams about like fighting the White Witch and her army, but every once in a while I’ll have a crazy dream like I’m Luck Skywalker and I have Chewbacca with me and we fight the Calormen or some other enemy.

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        Well, I have dreamt of fighting the white witch, but not chewbacca and calormenes. Just last night, I dreamt I was in Narnia, when I bumped into Robin Hood. It was a really cool dream except when I came to become an outlaw and five hundred dollars was on my head. But that was also the coolest part !! Me and my wacky dream…….= ]

  • Princess Jennifer says:

    Has anyone ever heard of Lamplighterbooks,theater, and seminars ? I have recently been listening to there audio dramas…..And I LOVE them !!! They are Christian audio dramas of people in like the 1800’s. I now am listening to one called "The Wanderer"….It is really cool. Go to Lamplighter.net, and you will see some free samples !! They are sort of like adventures in Oddysey

    • always narnian says:

      we have some lamplighter books! 🙂

      • Princess Jennifer says:

        Really ? AWESOME !! I am dying to get them !! How are they ? Are they as good as the audio dramas ? I hope so. I am listening to one right now. The Captive. So far, it might be my favorite !! Do you own the Captive Lamplighter book ?

      • always narnian says:

        No we don’t have The Captive lamplighter book. We only have a few of them, and I only read some of them a looonnng time ago. But my sister loves them! I haven’t got to listen to the radio theatres. The are good books, though!!!

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        Cool !! Like I said before, I am dying to get them !! I am going to try the Library first, then of buying them. I hate to spend alot of money( if they are.) on a book that I don’t even know if I’ll like. I think I will like them though, so I am going to get them some how. Are there any titles, you’d recomend ?

      • always narnian says:

        Let’s see. I think ‘A Basket of Flowers’ is pretty good. My sister suggests ‘Giant Killer’, ‘Sir Knight of the Splendid Way’, ‘Teddy’s Button’, ‘Tomorrow’ (my sister said that one is a little depressing!), and ‘The Hedge of Thorns’! Hope this helps!!!!!!!! 🙂

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        Suggestion : Check out " Sir Malcom, and the missing Prince." I haven’t read the book, but the theater is SO good !! How much do they cost ? Do you know ?

      • always narnian says:

        They’re somewhat pricy sometimes I believe. 🙂 Maybe we’ll be able to get that book. I’ll have to remember it 😀

      • Praying Pevensie says:

        I think, if it is as good as the theater, is worth it !! Thanks for ALL the help, and all the advice. I REALLY appreciate it. I’m sorry that I have streched this into such a LONG line of comments. I always do that !! I’m so sorry !!

      • always narnian says:

        no big deal! glad to help. I don’t mind a long line of comments. 🙂 🙂 🙂

  • Blackdog says:

    I love deleted scenes they really funny…

  • Blackdog says:

    *there*

  • Christistheanswer says:

    I have watched half the movie on the DVD and it seems to have deleted at least one scene from the theatre version. Has anyone else noticed this???