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For NarniaWebbers’ convenience, here is a downloadable version of our audio commentary for Disney/Walden’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Rilian, GymFan, and Glumpuddle (bios) discuss the film scene by scene and reminisce about the months leading up to its theatrical release.
To follow along, simply synchronize the timecode of your DVD*, Blu-ray, or digital file:
You can also listen on YouTube.
*This commentary will only sync up with DVDs purchased in the United States (PAL DVDs play 4% faster).
The word “reboot” is floating around the web in the wake of new comments from The Silver Chair Producer Mark Gordon. It should be noted that it was Collider.com, not Gordon himself, that used that word. What do people mean by “reboot”? Will the next film form another Narnia canon? We doubt it. Is it really confirmed that there will be completely a new cast? Listen to Rilian, GymFan, and Glumpuddle discuss the matter.
Gordon’s exact words were: “It’s all going to be a brand new franchise. All original. All original characters, different directors, and an entire new team that this is coming from.”
As part of the Narnia Watch Party event this Saturday, NarniaWeb podcasters Isaac McPheeters (Rilian) and Brian Carnell (Glumpuddle) will be live streaming a commentary on the film as they interact with the chat room. You are invited to log-in and post your thoughts on the film along with them.
The event begins this Saturday November 14 at 1:00pm EST. Have your DVD, Blu-ray or digital file ready and log-in to the NarniaWeb chat room! To access the chat room, go to the forum, log-in, and click “Member Chat” in the upper-left corner. Simple instructions for synchronizing your movie will be given.
The Mark Gordon Company announced they were developing The Silver Chair two years ago (October 1, 2013). Rilian and Glumpuddle reflect, and ponder other ways of adapting the fourth Chronicle of Narnia for the screen, such as a Netflix series or animation. What would you think about Narnia being on Netflix? Discuss!
Note: This episode was recorded before the latest update from Douglas Gresham.
We do not expect to see The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair hit theaters until at least 2017, but it is never too early to hope and dream. Rilian and Glumpuddle each share 3 things they would like to see in the film, and then read some desires other NarniaWebbers have sent in.
What do you want to see (or not see) in the movie? Post a comment below!
The Lady of the Green Kirtle will have a name in the upcoming Silver Chair film, and the production is asking fans to submit ideas. Rilian and Glumpuddle discuss!
We are still accepting submissions for the Silver Chair wishlist episode (email@example.com)
Rilian and Glumpuddle have reached the end at last! Our commentary on the fourth Chronicle of Narnia is complete. We intend to eventually do commentaries for the remaining three books as well, but for the next episode, we will turn our attention to the upcoming film. Is there anything you would like to see (or not see) in the movie? Scenes, characters, lines, themes? What are you most excited about? What are you most concerned about? We want to hear from you! Send an e-mail or audio file to firstname.lastname@example.org to help guide the discussion in the next episode.
12. The Queen of Underland (7:00)
13-14. Underland Without the Queen, and The Bottom of the World (20:30)
Audio question from Manise (26:20)
15. The Disappearance of Jill (31:21)
16. The Healing of the Harms (34:14)
Due to the high number of e-mail and audio questions sent in by NarniaWebbers, we are going to need another episode to finish The Silver Chair. We are saving some of the questions that were sent in for the next episode. Big thanks to everyone for contributing! In this episode, the characters finally encounter the silver chair itself. You can e-mail audio or text questions/observations to email@example.com.
10. Travels Without the Sun (1:29)
Audio question from Rose-Tree Dryad (10:57)
11. In the Dark Castle (15:47)
12a. The Queen of Underland (33:11)
Audio question from Jesus-Aslan Freak (34:02)
We are now halfway through our series of book commentaries on The Chronicles of Narnia! Rilian and Glumpuddle continue their discussion on The Silver Chair, including occasional bits of advice for the filmmakers. Thanks to everyone who sent in questions! You can e-mail audio or text questions/observations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Audio question from Benjamin (2:55)
5. Puddleglum (7:27)
Audio question from PuddleCheap (13:09)
6. The Wild Waste Lands of the North (17:18)
7-8. The Hill of the Strange Trenches, The House of Harfang (24:39)
9. How They Discovered Something Worth Knowing (30:54)
Rilian and Glumpuddle begin a perfectly-timed commentary on the fourth Chronicle of Narnia to be published, The Silver Chair! What better way to gear up for the upcoming film adaptation than to reflect on the timeless source material?
We are inviting fans everywhere to submit audio questions and/or observations about The Silver Chair to include in the podcast! Is there anything in particular (big or small) about the book you would like us to discuss? Any observations you would like to share? What are your favorites scenes and why? What are you most excited to see on film? What advice would you give to the filmmakers? We want to hear from you!
You can send audio files to email@example.com. For iPhones, using the Voice Memos app and then e-mailing the file would probably work best. Another method is uploading a video of yourself asking the question to YouTube (as an unlisted video if you’d like) and sending us the link. We are also still accepting e-mail questions and observations to read on the podcast. UPDATE: The next episode has been recorded.
1. Behind the Gym (3:24)
Audio question submitted by GymFan (9:11)
2. Jill is Given a Task (16:02)
3. The Sailing of the King (29:21)
4. A Parliament of Owls (34:18)