Concept Art: The Lady of the Green Kirtle’s Lair

Posted January 27, 2012 10:00 am by Glumpuddle

It is generally known that The Lady of the Green Kirtle appeared in early versions of the screenplay for The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Below is a piece of concept art that NarniaFans came across on Federico D’Alessandro’s website. It appears to show the Lady of the Green Kirtle’s throne room. As for the Lady herself, my guess is they just threw an image of the White Witch in there as a temporary placeholder. Caspian is clearly a placeholder because he is wearing exactly the same armor he wore in Prince Caspian.

6 Comments For This Story

  • The Lady Arwen UndΓ³miel says:

    First Comment!
    That’s pretty amazing! It looks a lot like it was supposed to look, especially the mushroom things. Except that LotGK didn’t have an actual throne room, (unless it was in the palace where Rillian was kept) I’d say they did a really good job.

    • In Aslan's Country says:

      I concept art looks really cool, it sets up a good vibe for that scene which is very alluring and enchanting, not to mention colourful.
      It’s too bad the series had to end thanks to VDT being as bad as it was, but then again if they were going to make SC with the same fimmakers and script writers I wouldn’t want to continue.
      The Chronicles of Narnia needs a fresh start with a reboot with a cast and crew that are as passionate to being C. S. Lewis’s classic stories to life as Peter Jackson was with the The Lord of the Rings and now The Hobbit.
      That’s why those movies were so successful, and I truly believe Narnia be that successful if they reboot it, it just needs to be in the hands of the right people who care about the stories and staying faithful to C. S. Lewis’s vision.

      • Narnia-and-the-North says:

        With regard to your comment about the script and other production choices for the VotDT I couldn’t agree more. Please let them either turn it all over to someone else, or find a new respect for what Lewis has given us. You might be interested in my article on the forum for Narnia and Christianity.

  • Puzzle2005 says:

    Sorry if I’m being a wet blanket here, but isn’t it sad that we’ve come to this (ie make ourselves contented with news of no practical consequence)?! In an ideal world, the 4th Narnia movie must’ve been released by now and we should’ve been (heatedly!) exchanging views on how the film turns out…

    • PepperDarcy says:

      you’re very right for being sad– I agree. I wanted to see The Silver Chair SO bad… especially after VotDT :'(

      • Avra says:

        I know …but there’s still a chance.I’ve been waiting to type in narniaweb.com and instead of it proclaiming on the tab "Your source for voyage of the Dawn Treader Narnia movie news" it will say "Your source for the Silver Chair Narnia Movie News". I think I’ll scream…out loud if(or WHEN) that happens.

  • Twinimage says:

    A very pretty image. Glad she didn’t appear in the movie. Not that it mattered much, cause most of the movie wasn’t that good. πŸ™

  • PepperDarcy says:

    wait– is… I don’t get it. Is it official art or… what? Are they *planning* on making another… or… what? At least we have The Hobbit to look forward to… and BBC Sherlock Season Three and HTTYD 2.

    Gosh I would have loved to see The Silver Chair… :'(

    This does look fantastic, but it just makes me sad there might not be a The Silver Chair– it was my absolute favourite!! :'(

    • glumPuddle says:

      The LotGK was in early versions of the VDT screenplay. The above artwork was done for VDT. *shudders*

      • Dylan says:

        In my opinion it shoulda beeen in the movie, that way they would’ve had a justification for the green mist. Otherwise the whole green mist thing doesn’t make sense. I hated the fact that VDT was so off the book, but I would have been fine if that was in the movie.

      • PepperDarcy says:

        glumpPuddle– oh…. OH… *now* I get it. Thanks for clarifying…

        THEY WERE GONNA PUT HER IN VOTDT?! What the DICKENS?! *faints* that’s not right!! *facepalm* no-wonder it looks nautical… oh dear…

      • always narnian says:

        Hey Pepper! πŸ˜€
        Yeah that would have ruined the movie even more πŸ˜› But I guess that’s where they got the green mist idea????

      • Dylan says:

        Thus explainging the coral and nautical look of her lair. I really think it is quite beautiful, and would have been interesting to see this conection between the green mist and the green lady.

  • PepperDarcy says:

    it looks a little bit like a ‘sea’ palace which is interesting– since VotDT had the green mist and was a sea voyage– I wonder if the ‘sea/coral reef motifs’ had anything to do with *that* if so… it’s bloody brilliant, and jsut makes me more sad about the movie never being made :'(

    Interesting twist on the ‘look’ πŸ™‚ and rather clever

  • Jenn1 says:

    I never quite pictured the throne room of the underworld like that really, I thought it more like along the lines as a chamber from a any sort of castle, but than again maybe that was in part from the drawings from the books. But as I look at this picture, it looks alot like the White Witch’s style and design in LWW but in ‘green’. (just my POV)

    Which I’m not going to bring up the whole the White Witch/Jadis and the Green Lady/Witch are one in the same, which some believe that some don’t. Through personally I do, though it seemed Lewis teased on it, I ‘think’ he said himself they’re not. Which speaking of, does that mean the The Lady of the Green Kirtle would be portrayed by a completely different actress most likely, since they wanted to have a younger Jadis in the Magician’s Nephew?

    I have to agree, that no doubt had they made the SC we would no doubt would have seen a movie by now, Will Poulter would be a little bit too old to play Eustace now, unless they somehow do the movie within this year. Though they’d have to do that and all but nearly do the Last Battle nearly about two years later or so, in part the books have Eustace and Jill at 16, but I don’t know if he could do it now at the age of 21, he’s about what, 19 now which is nearly the same age as William in PC and Skandar Keynes at 18.

  • Just Queen, not High Queen says:

    It looks awesome, but not what I imagined. Still looks really cool. I love the concept art. I still have hope we’ll see SC someday. We’ll just have to wait, like the Pevensies.

  • Emilyn Writer says:

    The pools of water remind me of the Magician’s Nephew…
    The picture looks beautiful!

  • Michael says:

    It looks pretty interesting…not quite how I imagined it though. The room looks too full of life.
    It’s supposed to be a witch in an underground room, with lots of caves and tunnels outside the room. There wouldn’t be so much life (plants, water, water plants)????
    I always imagined it as being a much darker place and hardly inviting at all.
    I don’t think I would have been very happy if this is what the final outcome would have looked like if they had made SC.

    • Michael says:

      My brother said that with LOTR there was a lot of contrast between the good and evil side. I don’t see that kind of contrast here. The room should be much darker to show that evil does reside there.

  • icarus says:

    For those interested in Concept Art, there is a whole raft of artwork, storyboards and animatics for VDT posted in this thread here:

    http://forum.narniaweb.com/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=2779

    There are many many pieces there which relate to the "leaked script" era of the movie, including the artwork above, and many equally intriguing pieces which hint at numerous scenes very different to the final movie. Go check them out and feel free to comment and add any new finds!

  • Dylan says:

    Is it just me but when you click the picture and it shows a close up, the figure standing in the back near the thorne (presumably the LoTGK, looks a LOT like the White Witch. Don’t get me wrong, it shouldn’t be her at all, but was that what they were planning for the movie? To the White Witch return one more time? Interesting concept art. I really hope this is made into a movie.

    • Dylan says:

      It makes sense for Prince Caspian to be a place holder for Rilian, but was the White witch just a place holder, or were they intending to use her in SC?

      • Violamom says:

        Good grief, guys, don’t you read?? The paragraph above the picture clearly states as much. I think it’s beautiful, but it only makes me grieve all the more that we’ll never get to see Will Poulter’s Eustace in The Silver Chair. *sigh* πŸ™ <><

      • Aslan's #1 fan says:

        Agreed Violamom. Its amazing.

  • Aslan's BFF says:

    Have to say, I certainly didn’t imagine the Lady of the Green Kirtle’s lair to be so life-like. In the book it sounded like some kind of underground-cave-like sort of deal. Not so green. But hey, if it means another film…!

    Now, I don’t think that throne room would be where the Lady will keep Rilian. That just doesn’t sound right. But perhaps the room in the picture has a silver chair somewhere in it, or at least something to do with it.

    I’m not exactly /against/ Tilda Swinton playing the Lady, but I don’t think the Lady and the White Witch are the same woman. (weird grammar, but whatever) Maybe someone younger for the Lady. It would have to be someone who is around Rilian’s age because they’re "supposed" to get married, in the Lady’s mind.

    P.s. What are we supposed to make of this concept art, anyway?

    • Dylan says:

      I thought of this as being the place where Rilian is lured to, not the underground place.

      • Aslan's BFF says:

        Ooo. Good point.

        I wonder if the snake will look anything like the serpent in VDT. I named the serpent Theophilous (which really means lover of God) because it’s "the-awful-est" thing I ever saw.

      • Dylan says:

        Hmmm.. I wonder the same.

    • Son of Neptune says:

      Any of you seen that new ABC show "Once Upon a Time"? That evil queen would be good for the LotGK.

  • DanielmyBrother says:

    We need another Narnia movie bad! I’m glad we have the books, but a movie would be great. But we have to wait. I don’t know the legalities, but it sure is hurting us. It’s like it’s always winter and never Christmas. The art work was great and got my imagination a going. Oh,well, wait I will.

  • Jake says:

    Well, well, well, so we get our first glance at the LGK! Can’t wait for both MN and SC to come out!

  • True King of Narnia says:

    WOW, its amazing, quite close to how i imagined it. I really Want SC to be first.

  • Louloudi the Centaur says:

    Cool artwork. Saw it a few weeks ago, and some more concept art from the same artist.

    Yes, I do agree that the White Witch is a place holder for the Lady of the Green Kirtle, but I think Prince Caspian might actually just be holding a place for King Caspian. How much of the leaked script actually came out? Wasn’t it only like 1/3 of it? Maybe Caspian did play some part in meeting up with the Green Lady at one part of the script we didn’t see? I really do not think he is place holding for Rilian.

  • Beth says:

    Wow, I SO have always imagined her lair in the Underworld as being some kind of stereotypical Hell. Caves, fire, darkness… After all, Puddleglum does stick his foot in a fire… The concept art is pretty, but not at all what I thought.

    I hadn’t thought about how the green mist would have made sense with her being in the VDT film. That would work. If they had done it, I would have stopped complaining about how pointless it was, because that would foreshadow the kidnapping.

    Silver Chair is my favorite book. I wish they were making/had made it πŸ™

  • Erk says:

    Still doesn’t make me like the green mist stuff any better.

  • QueenLucytheValient says:

    It’s awesome, wish we could actually see it on screen.

  • Narnia #1 Fan says:

    So Awesoome! πŸ˜€

  • Sui-Lun says:

    Oh my god. That is so amazing!! Although it’s not what I first imagined, it’s actually better! It’s so evilly magical!!!!

  • glumPuddle says:

    I’m very grateful they didn’t make SC. I was just talking to another NWebber who summed it up perfectly: Suspian was the tip of the iceberg…VDT was the sinking of the Titanic…so I shudder to think what SC would have been.

    Sounds like the series was going in a really terrible direction. As awful as VDT was, it looks like it could have been worse.

    • nic says:

      I’m also glad Lady of the Green Kirtle wasn’t in VODT and that the Green Mist doesn’t have to be hers.
      Conceptually i thought the Green Mist for VODT is a good thematic progression from PC to LW&W to potentially Magician’s Nephew in terms of an over all Narnia arc bridging the films cinematically and being able to be then continued to LoGK for Silver Chair, then to Last Battle.
      But it wasn’t developed beyond being a reason to care about finding the lost lords & their swords, given to them by Aslan (at some time before Prince Caspian movie & not related to anything we know about the Telmarines from the plot of PC at all )

      • Son of Neptune says:

        The movies gave the Narnian universe more history and background than C.S. Lewis did. I think that it’s stupid that he made a world that only lasted for about 2575 years or so, right? On the whole, Tolkien’s world was better.

      • Dylan says:

        I agree Glumpuddle, the Suspian thing started it all. This is what happens when you let people take a classic book and turn it into a movie. They want it to be more then what it is. They want it to be epic, have to many "love" scenes, and thank goodness they dind’t go through with the Lucy/Caspian crush thing. That would have wrecked it for me (not that it isn’t already wrecked).

      • Dylan says:

        And to add on to my comment above, I think its a goood thing that the moratorium happened, cause by the way things looked, at the end of VDT they were going to start filming MN/SC immediatley after, and Apted would be taking over again. With the moratorium in place, they have time to reevaluate things here. I just hope they don’t rewrite SC and MN, and turn it into a totally different story.

      • Tradition says:

        Love scenes don’t make a movie epic, and epic movies do not require love scenes. Take "Lawrence of Arabia", for example. Almost four hours long, massive in scope, epic in every sense of the word, and there isn’t even one woman with a speaking role, let alone any love scenes.

      • Tradition says:

        I agree with Son of Neptune. When it comes to fantasy worlds, Tolkien’s is untouchable. But Lewis was a much better writer than Tolkien.

      • Dylan says:

        Tradition, when I said there were too many "love" scenes, I did not mean that that made it "epic", nor vice versa. I was listing epic and love scenes as two different things, not one and the same.

    • Ted C says:

      Geez Glumpuddle, you’re so negative. They weren’t that bad for crying out loud. VDT wasnt exactly what I wanted either but it’s decent. Good grief.

      • Tradition says:

        I wouldn’t say decent–mediocre is more fitting (if perhaps generous). But in any case, excellent books should not become decent movies. They should become excellent movies or else remain just books.

      • Dylan says:

        Agreed.

    • QueenSusantheGentle says:

      I must respectfully disagree. I really enjoyed VDT, no it did not follow the book perfectly but, (don’t hate me for this lol) I thought the VDT movie was better then the book. But my least favorite Chronicles of Narnia book is VDT. And this is just my personal opinion.
      Although I will be the first to agree Prince Caspian (the movie) was pretty terrible. But I thought they made a good comeback with VDT

  • nic says:

    It’s a great piece of art work all the same, would maybe work well as a setting where we see Rillian getting enchanted by the Lady of the Green Kirtle at the start of Silver Chair.

  • farsight-mssngr says:

    That’s very Magnificent!
    Although, their plans didn’t work out in VDT. I guess the reason they did the Green Mist in VDT is that it represents the Lady of the Green Kirtle that will be revealed in SC. I think they should continue make SC next rather than MN for us to realise the representation of the green mist. That can be a Turning Point to rise up again Narnia in the box-office (maybe).
    But I must say this: They should make more Narnia movies and they should do it with no exception from the book itself, don’t change the story they must!
    Further Up for Narnia 4!

    • TheEighthFriendOfNarnia says:

      I saw something a while ago (another Narnia Website) that said they thought it was to sneak in the famous Oscar-winning White Witch actress. Same reason the witch actually appears in PC instead of just the ceremony to call her. They hoped it’d boost sales. I much prefer your theory though. It’s less scheming.

  • Aslan's #1 fan says:

    That’s so…so…so EPIC.
    I’m trying not to be emotional, they better start something, either keep making movies or remake and keep going; either way they need to hurry up.
    Sniff…sniff…SC is one of my top fav’s in Narnia.

  • Aslan's #1 fan says:

    Has anyone heard anything about more movies (remakes, sequels) I don’t care. I just want NEWS. Does anyone know anything???

    • coracle says:

      If anyone hears anything, we expect it to be reported here pronto! We are the Narnia Movie news site!
      (hint to anyone who hears or reads anything: please do a news report)

    • Anhun says:

      We do know something: that no more Narnia movies can even begin production for another 3 years.

      • Narnian Princess says:

        True.
        Oh, I hate it when the truth hurts. :'(

        Bright side, though: Maybe they can make better Narnia movies in the future – TRUE Narnia movies.

  • narnian resident says:

    Hint! HINT!!!!!!! oh please, movie making people, let this be a sign!!! Silver Chair is beckoning to you to be made! Please oh please oh please! Do it For Narnia, come on!

  • Braden Woodburn says:

    That looks incredible.. imagine seeing this scene on the big screen. It’s weird looking at the Lady being in the form of The Witch Witch.. irritating at the same time because people compare her and the Lady as the same person… totally 2 different people. Still, I wish another film was underway already, upsetting that we are just clueless at the moment. πŸ™

  • Reepicheeps Archer:) says:

    Its a BEAUTIFUL throne room! It kind of has this air of mystery and wonder but at the same time you definitely know something evil lives there…Does anyone know if they are going yo make the Silver Chair?..I really hope they do but it will be really sad for me though because to me its just not Narnia Without The Pevensies I loved the movies sooo much when they were in them…They just MAKE NARNIA SOMEHOW!

  • Dravel Eragonsson says:

    I agree with what Pepper Darcy said above. I was dying and still am dying to see a movie for The Silver Chair. VDT wasn’t good, and even people who like it can say it wasn’t successful. But I just wish it can still be possible for us to have an SC movie. It is by far my favorite out of all of them.

  • DaughterofAslan'sCountry says:

    The picture looks nice, but it looks like something from the Little Mermaid, literally. I wouldn’t like this in the Silver Chair or VDT. It doesn’t look Narniaish at all!

    • DaughterofAslan'sCountry says:

      P.S. What’s the point of making a movie into the book if the people making the movie don’t want to follow half the book. Don’t make what’s called a "Narnia" movie then. Make a movie and say it’s based off of Narnia.

      • TheEighthFriendOfNarnia says:

        They do say based off C.S. Lewis’ EPIC masterpiece…

        What they should say is "In almost no way imaginable is this based off C.S. Lewis’ work, this story is based off our imagination with minimal help from C.S. Lewis perfect masterpiece." (Sorry, but it felt good to rant right there.)

  • Brandon says:

    It IS a nice piece of Artwork but I would imagined the lair as something Dark and Cavelike. After all is under the earth where there is no sunlight Hello!

  • farsight-mssngr says:

    It means that SC’s movie production has started-Concept Art
    Further Up for Narnia 4!

  • Em says:

    Hmmm…that looks pretty cool, but honestly, it looks absolutely nothing like I imagined it when I read the books. Of course I don’t expect everyone to have the same mental image when they read the books, but really this is very, very far from anything I ever imagined…not that it really matters though because it’s not as if they’re even making SC…BOO HOO!!!! SC is, by far, my favorite book. Oh well, at least we have The Hobbit coming!!!

    • Aslan's #1 fan says:

      I agree is very different but it wouldn’t have been bad. As long as they went with the book sixty percent I wouldn’t complain.

      • TheEighthFriendOfNarnia says:

        Yeah 60% would be good compared to what we’ve been seeing starting with PC. Preferably though we’ll get more like 75%. Sadly, it’ll be more like 30-40%-ish.

  • Timo says:

    It looks nothing like I imagined it.

    • TheEighthFriendOfNarnia says:

      That’s because you didn’t imagine it (picture). Okay, that sounded really stupid & stuck up. Let me try again: Everybody’s mental image is different to some extent. Now, yours & mine and probally almost everyone reading this article have a generally similar mental picture. W.M. tends to go overboard with ‘epicness’ so thier images will be different from ours. They tend to be more imignative and out there, while fans rely on book descriptions more. At least I think we do.

  • Christine says:

    Neat-o

  • Anna's Sister(TheHobbit2012!) says:

    Cool picture! Definitely not what it should look like in the actual movie (if they ever make it).
    I’m kind of glad they stopped filming after Voyage. LWW was awesome, PC was good, VDT was ok…so with that pattern in mind, what would SC have been?
    I wish someone like Peter Jackson would direct a narnia movie so that I could love the movie instead of just liking it.

    • Anhun says:

      Your ignoring a variable in the function: the extremely diverse nature of the source material. LWW is a very cinematic story. You could almost fancy it was made with a film script in mind (though we know that’s not true).

      PC is less so, although it still has a defined villain, a specific problem, and clear solution. So the plot structure is easy enough, the problem with PC is the thin character and plot development. This meant that some things had to be added for interest. I don’t completely agree that everything they added was interesting, but I understand why changes were necessary.

      Of the books in the Pevensie trilogy, VDT is far and away the hardest to translate. There is simply too much going on to fit all of it in a feature film, and take time to give everything the proper emotional impact. The lack of a strong central plot means that streamlining is difficult too. Basically, it requires a lot more change and creativity on the part of the script writers to turn VDT into a good feature film.

      THAT is why the film have been straying, and decreasing in quality, it’s not that they script writers have lost their touch or their interest, but that their job has been harder with each successive film, and, by the time they got to VDT, they were utterly out of their depth. The filmmakers should have hired better talent for that one.

      • Anna's Sister(TheHobbit2012!) says:

        I completely agree! LWW is a movie makers dream, and VDT is a very hard story to write a scrip for. I think that problems started when they made PC "epic" which meant that they had to try to make VDT "epic" too. I just don’t want them to screw up SC by writing it too fast, and putting in silly things like the white witch with green mist floating around her head.

      • Tradition says:

        I actually think that PC provides some of the deepest character-study material of any of the seven books, but in the film every intriguing character element–indeed, virtually every thought-provoking moment–was rewritten or removed. Case in point: the scene with the wild bear.

        Also, (and it’s not like I’m just trying to disagree or be argumentative; sorry if it sounds that way) I happen to think that VDT is the most cinematic of the first three books, and is surpassed in that quality by only SC and HHB. However, similar to the character elements in PC virtually every cinematic aspect of the book was rewritten or removed in the film version. LWW was a great movie, but PC and VDT should both have been equally as good if not better. (In my opinion)

  • Aunt Letty says:

    So sad that this is what we’ve arrived at. Much as I would love to see a GOOD sequel, this only confirms my feeling of relief that "they" won’t be making a next movie anytime soon. Three or four years will provide some much-needed time to regroup, creatively, and if "they" resume, I sincerely hope it will be with a new "they" for the writing, if nothing else. It will take more than that time for this fan to obliterate the bad aftertaste of that last shipwreck of a film.

    • Aslan's BFF says:

      Who would you pick for the writing?

      (that may have sounded sarcastic, but I’m honestly curious about your opinion)

      • Dylan says:

        Aunt Letty, I think the writers did as well as they could’ve. VDT is a hard story to adapt, given the challenges of translating a book that isn’t "epic" and would fail to excite movie goers if it was a pure book-movie translation. Trust me, The Silver Chair has a much clearer plot line and I think audiences would like it. They did a good job with Prince Caspian, which was a boring book, but even with that they had a clearer plot to follow and there was a bad guy to be defeated. With VDT they didn’t have the luxury of that.

  • moviecynic says:

    Still waiting for some good news. Love the three we have though. They perhaps could have (should have) been better but they were pretty fantastic in their own way.

  • Narnian Princess says:

    The art looks magnificent…but I think (personally) that it’s nothing like the one described in the book.
    Or maybe it’s just nothing like the one I imagined in my head?

  • DaughterofAslan'sCoutnry says:

    Anyone know where to get narnia valentines? I try every year to get some and can’t find any!

    • Christ's girl says:

      Back when Prince Caspian had first come out, I found some Narnia valentine’s at Walmart, but that was like I said, several years ago.

  • Christ's girl says:

    I like it, even though it does look a bit too light. Maybe if you darkened it a bit, and got rid of most the water, or at least made it green with fungi or something. Now personally, I don’t care if they make SC or MN first(but I would be upset if they switched actors for Eustace), just as long as thgey make another Narnia movie, and make it well!

    • TheEighthFriendOfNarnia says:

      With you on that one. As long as Eustace stays the same it doesn’t matter. Both books are amazing, and I doubt one will be better done than the other. If they stay true to the book(s) and do an amazing job with animation, photography, ect. (just like they’ve done so far) I’ll be happy just to get a movie.

  • DamselJillPole says:

    Why is LOGK wearing the same thing as the White Witch?

  • Watziznehm says:

    If only concept art could translate! I don’t know about most of you, but I always find that concept art always seems more amazing and mysterious to me than when it is actually put into the can. I dunno! There’s just something more real about concept art. Yet, it has that delightful feeling of being, well, a concept! Then again, it’s probably just me.

    Hey, here’s a thought, maybe Pixar could pick up the contract? I mean, after Cars 2 and John Carter through their system, maybe they could get back to their sentimental roots with some quality children’s content like Narnia! No, seriously, their animation would be more convincing than VODT!

    • TheEighthFriendOfNarnia says:

      I don’t know what you mean by translate. But this does look better than what theh movie’d be. It’s not just you, it does give you a feeling. I think I feel expectation that excitement waiting for the real deal.

      Don’t like the Pixar idea though. I’m afraid to know what 100% Disney’d do!

  • narniafan16 says:

    i really wanna be jill pole…

  • TheEighthFriendOfNarnia says:

    It’s sad that they even in concept art you can tell they were changing the book loads. It’s just sad how Disney & W.M. are changing the books with Lewis’ estate’s consent. LWW was the best do far (in my humble opinion) because it’s so true to the book. It seems with each book they are getting farther away and making more changes

    • always narnian says:

      It is true. LWW was the most faithful to the book. It was my favorite as well. They are getting so unfaithful…..
      Did anyone else really not like this concept art? I just did not like it.

  • Son of Adam says:

    The Magician’s Nephew
    The Horse and His Boy
    The Silver Chair
    The Last Battle

    movie…. :'(

  • Thee Narnian Meerkat says:

    CREEPY………Ahhhhhhhhh…..just looking at a Narnia pic, especially one I never seen before, brings back all those good, wonderful, exciting memories of the "Days of Narnia"……This pic is awesome….

  • Aslan's #1 fan says:

    Good grief…is there any news?
    I can’t stand this silence. Can we hear more about "The Lion Awakes" movie that coming out at least, if not Narnia???

    • Zanna says:

      What is "Lion Awakes"? I haven’t heard of it before.
      I share your sentiment on Narnia movies also, I’d love for them (all) to come out!

      What’s your fav book, and movie adaption?

      • Aslan's #1 fan says:

        The Lion Awakes is the movie about C.S.Lewis’ life that’s coming out this year. It looks like a very intense movie. Look it up, it seems intriguing.

        Hmm…My fav. is all of them, but to be more specific I’d say The Last Battle, by far, with Silver Chair a close second.

        My favorite movie,well, I’d say LWW movie. I enjoyed all of them even though I would prefer them to go with the book. πŸ˜‰

        Yours favs???

      • Zanna says:

        I really liked Prince Caspian as a movie adaption, and Last Battle would have to be my favorite, then The Horse and His Boy.
        I liked Susan in PC and how they developed the characters. I wasn’t really mad that they had a Castle raid and Peter going all, "I’m King here, Aslan’s not!"
        I helped spice up the plot line without killing the book. Unlike VoDT. πŸ™ That one was sad for me!

      • Aslan's #1 fan says:

        I liked parts in PC. The Castle scene was intense even if it didn’t go with the book, it was a great scene for sure. And the Moral of the story was more obvious in the movie than it was in the book (yes I know some would disagree). VDT was a good movie as family movies go. God spoke to me through it in a very tough time in my life, so I can’t just say "it didn’t go with the book so it’s junk."
        The picture above was cool though it wasn’t what I thought it would be. I thought it would be a lot darker with more blacks and greys instead of this ominous green. πŸ˜‰

      • Reepicheeprules says:

        I love the last battle! I hope they make it into a movie! =D

  • selin says:

    Hi.Im Selin.i love narnia or imprints in our country on television in 2015. Please do something

  • Narnian says:

    I have been betrayed by a group of Narnia fans. :'(
    They are not a true Narnian, not as what I thought. :'(
    I thought they will understand, but…. they are just hurting me non-stop. :'(
    Aslan, I really need you, please help me solve this problem. :'(

    • Narnian says:

      Aslan, please take them out of my heart, I don’t want to care about them any more, please make me no more feelings about them.

    • Narnian says:

      Please make me forget about them forever… please…. :'(

    • Narnian says:

      They are no more friends of mine…

    • Fireflower says:

      Who is the group of ‘Narnian Fans’? What did we do?

      • Narnian says:

        Maybe I should say " a group of fans of Narnia", I don’t think I’ll share this to others, this my conversation with Aslan.

        I do not dare to share my true feelings to anyone anymore… I don’t want to get hurt by others anymore, now my heart was shards….

        Aslan is still with me…

      • Narnian says:

        Don’t reply me again.

      • Fireflower says:

        Sorry. πŸ™ I was just concerned for you.

      • Zanna says:

        Same here, (I’m not sure what the "group of Aslan’s friends" are,) but I hope you’ll heal, and not hold grudges. That can poison anything you do. sticks around a long time to.

        Sorry if I sound preachy, πŸ™‚

    • Son of Adam says:

      Actually, to respect you, I should not reply you, as you ask for that. But, I just want to say something. Not all people who like Narnia was a good guy, some of them was just like entertainment.

      I know few, but most of the time I was just ignore them. Some people doesn’t care about how you feel, they will never care. Some people thought all what they do was perfect, they never thought it might be a mistake, they never thought about. Some people they don’t have a true life experience, and that they maybe do something could hurt you, but not with purposely.

      So, just ignore them, don’t be too serious about them, take this as a lesson, next time choose your friend wisely. I believe, time will heal the wound of your heart.

      If I can I would like to shake hand with you. For Narnia and For Aslan! πŸ™‚

  • Reepicheeprules says:

    I feel so sorry for you. I hope Aslan (Jesus) makes you feel better cause he sure helps me when i’m in trouble!

  • Narnian says:

    The hope for the Narnians’ friend is over, all the expecting is over….

    • Narnian says:

      I have waiting something from them which can make me feel touching, but they didn’t, they have abandoned their friend. I have try to do something so hard for my friends, but…. I was just like a worthless friend for them.

  • Narnian says:

    I know, only Aslan will never do that to me.

  • Reepicheeprules says:

    Sure he will! Just ask! What ever you ask will be granted (within reason!) =D

    • Narnian says:

      Sometime people will misunderstood, we are human, remember that, we will do mistake, not all we ask, we think was 100% right, we hurt people and we don’t know we did that, only the victims can feel it, and no body know about that, someone that cry quietly, secretly.

      Aslan wasn’t a stupid, he can judge what is right, and for me Aslan is not Jesus, I know many people said Aslan represented Jesus, but in my knowledge, Aslan is different, Aslan is far better than Jesus, when I read Narnia, I can feel Aslan’s good, but when I read Bible, I don’t have this feeling.

      I’m so sorry.

    • Narnian says:

      And… I have to say, when we do something wrong, we need to apologize, if we didn’t do that, you will bring harm to someone, maybe your friend, you will destroy some people’s self believing, and that will make them despair.

      This is my advice, never, never broken someone’s self believing, you will never imagine how deep this harm will bring, if this happened to you, then you will know how was it, for some people who didn’t have a strong mind, strong heart, half of their life is finish.

      • Fireflower says:

        Yes, I can see your perspective, but Jesus is as real as you and me. He created you and He LOVES you. Aslan, though the best characters in the entire Narnia books, IS make-believe; he was based off of Jesus. You are drawn to Aslan because you see the parallels (weather you realize it or not) to Jesus. You don’t have to take this advise, but just know that Jesus loves you no matter how you imagine Him. πŸ™‚

  • Reepicheeprules says:

    Hey! That was a really short comment!!!

  • Reepicheeprules says:

    Some people don’t feel the same when they read the bible as when they read Narnia and thats okay. All you need to understand is Aslan is Jesus. When you feed how good Aslan is you are really feeling how increadible Jesus is. Jesus is a billion times more wonderful than how Aslan is described. You are just experiencing Jesus’ love through Aslan.

  • Narnian says:

    That’s not what I’m looking for, I didn’t hope for that, it’s diferrent from what I have understand, that’s not what I’m expecting, I don’t need that, I’m waiting for something diferrent, what they do was just make me dislike Narnia, Narnia gave me great memories and strength, it’s not worth if ruin by them, a true friend is not like that, I really hope they understand and stop to do that. I don’t like when people think what they do was completely right.

    Do you ever think someone is already very tired about that, someone’s heart and mind is weaken everyday, if what they do is through Jesus, is Jesus really will do that? Jesus is not going to do that, they are doing that, and they just thought Jesus agree and allow them to do that.

    Aslan/Jesus will do something to let people to learn something, but HE won’t make you feel hopeless, maybe HE will make something to give you a feeling of sadness, but through the sadness you will find the way of hope.

    When something that totally make you hopeless and lost, then that’s all gone wrong, and Aslan/Jesus say I must leave them.

  • Broken Heart Narnian says:

    "The Call"

    It started out as a feeling
    Which then grew into a hope
    Which then turned into a quiet thought
    Which then turned into a quiet word
    And then that word grew louder and louder
    ‘Til it was a battle cry
    I’ll come back when you call me
    No need to say goodbye

    Just because everything’s changing
    Doesn’t mean it’s never been this way before
    All you can do is try to know who your friends are
    As you head off to the war
    Pick a star on the dark horizon and follow the light
    You’ll come back when it’s over
    No need to say goodbye
    You’ll come back when it’s over
    No need to say goodbye

    Now we’re back to the beginning
    It’s just a feeling and no one knows yet
    But just because they can’t feel it too
    Doesn’t mean that you have to forget
    Let your memories grow stronger and stronger
    ‘Til they’re before your eyes
    You’ll come back when they call you
    No need to say goodbye
    You’ll come back when they call you
    No need to say goodbye

    • Estefania says:

      "No need to say goodbye" …. I’m really trying to don’t say goodbye to the Narnia films, but they are making me suffer! … I hope to see the Chronicles of Narnia on the big-screen again. Meanwhile "I will live my life as like a narnian, even if there isn’t any Narnia…"

    • Thee Narnian Meerkat says:

      :'(…..*squeaks out* ehhhhhh!……..It’s so beautiful!! Please….Please…PLEASE come back Narnia…..

  • Narnian says:

    Anyway, I would like to say sorry for what I have said.
    But, I’m really, really very tired, my strength almost exhausted… I was hoping for another Narnia movie to restore my energy…

    And… Aslan/Jesus, please give me a friend that really understand me.

    • Reepicheeprules says:

      You just wait he will find you a friend. I asked him to find me a friend and he gave me an increadible friend who loves Narnia just as much as me. Don’t be sorry. Sometimes it helps to get out everything you are feeling.