Gold Coast Locals Talk About Their Dawn Treader Roles

Two Gold Coast locals talk to The Weekender about their different roles on The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. The first is Morgan Keavney-Rattue who was the stand-in double for Will Poulter. The second is Robbie Harrison who played one of the first mates aboard the Dawn Treader. You can read their stories at The Weekender’s website here. Thanks to ellz_bellz for the heads-up!
UPDATE: NarniaWebber icarus found a digital edition of the same article that includes pictures of both actors. You can view it here, but there are some very adult ads in this version. This particular article is on page 16 and 17.

8 Responses

  1. fantasia_kitty says:

    Just as a side note, about halfway through Robbie's story (or maybe they were done, I don't know) it starts over with Morgan's story again. It's kind of confusing the first time you read through it.

  2. Mike says:

    He says Will Poulter's contract was for $4 million? Isn't that a bit steep? Or are they including his potential role in "Silver Chair"?

  3. Alice says:

    I actually think that the pay is about right. this movie's a pretty big deal, it ends up all over the world. and I think that maybe an 8th of that is for the potential silver chair role

  4. ernesto says:

    yo quiero ver el trailer de leon Aslan bye.

  5. L_o_V_e says:

    I swear I remember Morgan Keavney-Rattue from the set cos I remember him looking exactly like Will and I swore it was him at times he waved at me every now and then he is such a nice guy and I hope his career does succeed cos that would just be incredible knowing that I met him when he was just starting out his career and then seeing him years later as someone like Brad Pitt haha that would just be incredible good on you Morgan!

  6. emma says:

    i noticed that also haha it was a bit confusing

  7. ~Lava~ says:

    It goes over to 18 as well

  8. ChristProclamer says:

    Interesting story. Being a Narnia stand-in would certainly be an interesting way to start a career!