‘The Voyage of the Dawn Treader’ Trailer is Here!

This is the moment we’ve been waiting for since Prince Caspian came out — the unveiling of the first trailer for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader! This film has had a tough journey from the book to the screen; for a while we didn’t even know if it would be made. The voyage isn’t over, but at long last the trailer has arrived in all its glory to tantalize Narnia fans around the world.


Click here to view the HD trailer at YouTube (official)

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See our Screen Caps for every shot in the trailer.

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Opening shot in Cambridge with recruitment posters

Recruitment Officer: Are you sure you’re 18?

Edmund: Why, do I look older?

Lucy: Edmund, you’re supposed to be helping me with the groceries.

Other boys in line: [laughter] Good luck next time eh squirt?

Outside of the recruitment building Edmund and Lucy load up their groceries on a bicycle

Edmund: Squirt! I’m a king.

Lucy: Not in this world.

20th Century Fox Logo and the Walden Media Logo

In the Scrubb household, Edmund and Lucy study a painting of an ocean with a tiny ship sailing on it

Edmund: Lucy, have you seen this ship before

A closeup of the painting and the waves are starting to roll and on one side a tiny trickle of water forms

Lucy: It’s very Narnian looking isn’t it?

In the same bedroom, all of a sudden the painting starts gushing water into the room and Edmund, Lucy and Eustace look dumbfounded

Eustace: What’s going on here?

Lucy: Edmund the painting!

Eustace yells and pulls it off the wall. Edmund and Lucy try to help, but water is rapidly filling the bedroom. Lucy screams and falls and suddenly the room is completely underwater with furniture floating around. They swim upwards towards the surface and just as they reach it and gasp for air Lucy turns and sees the Dawn Treader sailing towards them.

Lucy: Edmund!

Caspian and Lucy are hoisted out of the water onto the ship. Lucy, now in Narnian clothes looks into a mirror and sees her reflection and Aslan looking back at her.

Lucy: Aslan.

Aslan: Welcome. You have come far, but your journey lies beyond.

A shot of the Dawn Treader sailing away from an island at sunset. A shot of a minotaur on board as well as a couple crew members in the background. A shot of Lucy and Edmund standing on deck wrapped in blankets.

Lucy: Reepicheep!

Reepicheep bows.

Reepicheep: Your majesties!

A shot of a mermaid swimming in the water next to the ship. She waves and Lucy waves back.

Edmund: So if there are no wars to fight, then why are we here?

Caspian walks through a door followed by Edmund and someone else. Edmund looks through a spyglass. A shot of an island surrounded by fog. A shot of Coriakin magically throwing a map across the floor.

Coriakin: You are all about to be tested.

A shot of Eustace peeking through something. Smoking tendrils surround the ship and head towards the crew members. One in particular heads towards Edmund.

White Witch: Edmund, I can make you my king.

A vision of the White Witch

White Witch: And much more.

Lucy blows across the cover of the Magician’s Book and the letters on the front of it arrange into The Book of Incantations. She opens it. She sees a reflection of herself on one page and then begins to transform into Susan.

Lucy: I’m beautiful.

Lucy hears a lion roar and jumps away from the book as pages quickly turn away from the page. Next shot is Lucy standing in the Magician’s room as snow is falling all around her. She gazes up in wonder.

Coriakin: You have an extraordinary destiny.

Reepicheep quickly climbs up the mast of the Dawn Treader where he reaches the crow’s nest and looks out smiling.

Coriakin: Something greater than you could have imagined.

Narrator: From C. S. Lewis’ epic masterpiece…

Shot of the crew aboard the Dawn Treader with Drinian at the helm. Shot of what is likely Narrowhaven. Shot of Lilliandil glowing beautifully.

Lilliandil: The fate of Narnia depends on you.

Narrator: This Christmas…

Edmund holds Rhindon in his hand. It’s glowing blue. Lilliandil turns back into a star and shoots into the heavens while Caspian, Edmund, and Lucy look on.

Narrator: Return to Hope

Shot of a faun doing a flip in Narrowhaven and kicking someone. Shot of Lucy aboard the Dawn Treader about to fire an arrow.

Narrator: Return to Magic

In the magician’s study, suddenly where he was once invisible, Coriakin turns around with a book in his hand. Shot changes to the Dufflepuds bouncing around on one foot with Eustace standing in the middle of them looking dumbfounded.

Chief Dufflepud: This place just gets weirder and weirder.

Narrator: Return to Narnia

Shot of Caspian, Edmund, Lucy, Eustace, and Reepicheep paddling a rowboat through the sea of lilies. Shot of Aslan standing on dry ground next to Caspian, Edmund, Eustace, Lucy, and Reepicheep while holding back a wave.

Aslan: You have returned for a reason. Your adventure begins now.

Shot of Peter. Shot of Susan. Shot of Lucy. Shot of Edmund. Aslan standing on the shore roars.

End credits. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader form out of spiked rocks and then turn into the well known logo with the Dawn treader seen sailing in the background between snowy mountains. Christmas. 3D.

Narrator: The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Directed by Michael Apted. This December in Digital 3D.

395 Responses

  1. silverPhoenix says:

    I'm quite excited for the film, but to be honest, I didn't love the trailer. It does not show why they're on the voyage or why the fate of Narnia is in their hands. It was also a bit "perky" and Lucy seemed to be giggling the entire time. This is all fine with me, but I'm concerned that regular movie goers won't be impressed and won't have interest in seeing Voyage.

  2. Matthias of Redwall says:

    I love how they make the Narnia logo in the trailers look like stone and stuff. 😛

  3. always narnian says:

    Wow! I was really excited! I am slightly disappointed in the CG though! It doesn't look as real as it did in the first movie!

  4. aravis tarkeena says:

    I am quite happy about some of the things. In the book I was very worried about how they would put the sea of lilies and especially the dufflepuds, but they have done a great job. The dufflepuds look great. One thing I'm worried about is whether Ed's glowing sword is because of the white witch or RD. If it's the witch,great, exciting scene. IF it's RD, than I'm not so happy.

  5. Shi of Narnia says:

    Why did it say the Chief Dufflepud said "This place just gets weirder and weirder"? I thought that was Eustace! Did anyone else think so?

    • Austra says:

      Yeah, that's exactly what I think. I don't see any reason at all for the Chief Dufflepud to say that anyway. . . I think it's just a mistake. Or I hope it is! Anyway, sail on VDT!!!

  6. josh says:

    I did notice that Aslan looked a little of toward the begginning but im not that woried. they will probably work more on him. I am excited beyond descrption for this film but i was dissappointed aboout the lack of reality in the special effects. they look a little cheap but im hoping it is because they are not finished with the film. Also, one of the biggest letdowns is the size of the waterfall. I pictured it being connected to the ocean, not sitting on the land. And i pictured it towering into the sky. It looks very small to be the enterance into Aslan's Country. The Dufflepuds looked a litte cheaply done also but again ts probably because they arent finished.

  7. Weapon Master says:

    OMG!OMG!OMG! I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS! This looks absolutely spectacular! There was even a scene where Lucy was using Susan's bow! I don't know whether or not to give credence to all of the plot changes I've been hearing about (and rather less inclined to listen to people who have blown them out proportion), but however the movie turns out, I'm sure it will be amazing.

  8. Aspen says:

    Okay, Why is the White Whitch in there? How about the dragon? Where is it? Why doesn't it have Prince Caspian in there more? I got to se him once! I really didn't like seeing Peter & Susan in there! They aren't suppost to be there at all!!!!! Who where they fighting? I don't remember any battles? Don't Edmund, Lucy, and Caspian get captured and sold as slaves? When does that happen? Any ideas? Thanks!

    • I_LiVe_iN_NarNia:P says:

      I think the White Witch is there for the bit when they sail into the darkness to the island where dreams come true, although the White Witch isn't in the book, this does kinda make sense because Edmund probably had dreams/nightmares about her in the past, which are now coming true.

      As for the fighting bit, I thought maybe they had made the tiny bit in the book where a glamian ship of pirates tried to overhaul them into a bigger scene? I just remember the book saying something like, there was some shooting of arrows on both parts and in the shot of Lucy shooting an arrow, you can see from the background that she's on the Dawn Treader. But the fighty bit in the town place, I have no idea. Narrowhaven possibly?

      I don't know about the other stuff, maybe they just left some of it out because they thought it would confuse non Narnia fans.

      • Carolina says:

        There's a battle in the castle of one of the alone islands..

        excuse me for my english..

      • Not Of This World says:

        The fight is at Narrowheaven in the Lone Islands probobly. I hope they are attacked by pirtes though 🙂

      • Diana says:

        I think that Aslan brings back Susan and Peter at the end to tell all four of the children at once that he is known by a different name in their world. However, I could be completely wrong.

      • Jfreak says:

        Susan and Peter arent going 2 be in this film. At least not as Susan and Peter. Anyways it said directly in the last film that they weren't coming back.

    • WillowofNarnia says:

      Caspian was in the trailer more than once. Believe me, I am a BIG Caspian fan and I watched closely. He has his back turned most of the time though. 🙁

      • Aspen says:

        Yep, I saw Ben once, then I saw him again in a boat, but all you could see was his back … 🙁

      • Narnialover says:

        I saw what I think was Caspian from the back in the boat with Edmund, Lucy, Eustace and Reepicheep on the Silver Sea going to the world's end. That's really dissappointing if they're going to put that in the movie because Caspian was supposed to stay back and continue ruling Narnia. They probably changed the plot a bit but I hope it won't be like that…

      • I think that Caspian might just be helping them row to the end of the world, because he isn't in the next shot with Aslan and the wave. In that shot, it's just Reepicheep, Eustace, Edmund, and what appears to be Lucy.

    • JJLucky says:

      Keep in mind that this is only the first trailer, and the release date is not for another five and a half months

    • Jfreak says:

      William and Anna are playing different characters in this movie.

      • Jfreak says:

        Ooops! Sorry. Will and Anna are cameos for this movie not different characters.

  9. I_LiVe_iN_NarNia:P says:

    I like how they've done Lucy's hair in this 🙂 Especially for the bit in the magician's house, which you can see as the picture for the tailer up there ^^. I love how they've done it for the bit when she's stood next to Aslan aswell. I only hope that she gets to wear some good old Narnian dresses though 🙂 xx

  10. Momma D says:

    Wow I can't wait, I have watch these four grow. Awesome preview. Well done thy good and faithful servant.

  11. NeverTwiceSaysAslan says:

    HOORAY for the trailer release!!!! but i want to know where Eustace the dragon is, and they hardly showed human Eustace at all. Caspian was barely in there. And the seven lords!!!! not a word about them!! also, what was the fighting scene? and why are peter and susan in there walking around? i hope that the little part about edmund wanting to be a soldier because he is a king part does no mirror peters stupid ego problem in PC. that was an annoying aspect of the film. im super excited…but a bit worried that it won't follow the book…it cannot be like PC

    • I_LiVe_iN_NarNia:P says:

      Yeah I was wondering why Peter and Susan are there aswell :/ and i was trying to work out what's behind them, cos it's like red board thingys? Any ideas? xxx

  12. xavier taylor says:

    the film looks great realy great

  13. Haggith Tarkheena (trying to think of new name) says:

    Ahhhhhhh. . .That movie looks good. To me at least. My sisters arn't so sure about it.

    We just got home from seeing Toy Story 3 (GOOD movie by the way! Made me cry! 🙁 ) and the trailer wasn't their!!!! Probably just for the 3D one. That just sucks. . .Anyways, were home now, and I had to watch the trailer here on my sister's laptop. I think they did good on it. A little short, but, it was still really good. I mean, how many of you think that it looked good, because the movie is supposed to sorta peaceful. But I do like action in a good movie of course! I think, besides the fakeness of Aslan, Reepicheep, and the Dawn Treader, the movie is still going to be good. I hope. And, Aslan sounds so ecouraging, and hopeful, he just makes me feel light. Sorta like God. 🙂

    BUT, Narnia fans, you should NEVER EVER EVER expect too much. Because you NEVER know if a movie isn't going to be all that great. 🙂
    I like Reepicheep! And Aslan looks pretty cool too. Skandar and Georgie grew up so much. . .

    • Haggith Tarkheena (trying to think of new name) says:

      And the Dawn Treader looks so BEAUTIFUL!!!!!

  14. Brian Boozier says:

    Wow. The beginning was super awkward with the forced attempt at humor. "But I'm a King!"?? I get it…but man…that's painful. Unfortunately, it also seems Georgie's acting skills have diminished with time – "Edmund – the picture". And the special effects clearly show they're on a tight budget. Sorry guys, I'm a doubter after this. I loved the book. It's my favorite in the Chronic. I also thought the Caspian film was better than the Wardrobe. This one just doesn't look very promising. I really hope the movie is better than this trailer. Otherwise, it won't last long at the box office. Thoroughly disappointed…(I better be wrong)

    • elanor says:

      I know what you mean. And while I think I'm going to love the whole direction they are taking this movie, the trailer seemed a little awkward and choppy.

      But I wouldn't judge it yet! Wait a little longer. This is the first teaser trailer. They probably just pieced together what they had to try and make it work. The music will most likely be totally different, the effects much better, the talking smoother in connection with the picture, and the lines not so cheesy in the context of movie as it develops. Just wait and see! Don't give up yet. 🙂

    • Authiel Saethwr says:

      Agree, the lines were a little cheesy. Hopefully they'll get better:) By the way, how do you get a profile pic here? I'm pretty technically inept:)

    • Chris says:

      I agree. I really feel that in the series, the Voyage of the Dawn Treader is where Lewis sort of "found" Narnia–figured out what it was about (not just an enchanted wood of talking creatures occasionally occupied by foreigners, but a real country with neighbors and culture). Paradoxically, this discovery is made as the characters remember what it means to _be_ "Narnian" while in the islands off the Narnian coast. Because he hadn't made this discovery yet, I found the first two books (LWW and PC) to be the weakest in the Chronicles, and accordingly excused the makers of the movies if everything wasn't quite right about the first movies. But the Voyage of the Dawn Treader is a real gem. If they foul this movie up, they really have no excuse, because the books are nothing but splendid from here on out. What the heck is this business about temptation? Nonsense! We've covered that in the first book. On to new spiritual lessons, blast it, and if you make my C.S. Lewis insipid and I hear about it from the critics, I will by no means see your movie.

    • Jfreak says:

      I wouldn't judge it 2 harshley/ Afterall they have a different director so it's going 2 be different than the last 2.

  15. thyservant says:

    I don't believe that Peter and Susan will appear in reality during the voyage in Narnia cause' at the end of Prince Caspian, it is very clearly said that they won't come back to Narnia.

    • Jfreak says:

      I agree perfectly w/u! People keep getting all shook up about it when it isnt a big deal!

  16. thyservant says:

    I do appreciate the idea that the White Witch will appear in all seven movies. That makes things clearer. Perhaps she can transform into the monster in the Last Battle…

    • Abren says:

      Your happy that she will be there? Really? Doesn't that seem repititious just a bit? Transform into the monster in the last battle? NO WAY! The monster is TASH not the WHITE WITCH! NO! Tash is a Calormen god NOT the White Witch. Am I ever glad your not working on the movies!!!!!

  17. luis alfredo says:

    esta muy bueno el trailer!!!!!!!!

  18. lucyrocks17 says:

    Ok I have to admit there are some things I'm not sure about but… overall I LOVED
    IT!!!!!!!! I can't wait for it to come out!!! =) I got to see it in the theaters when I went to see Toy Story 3 ahh i freaked!!! But now I just can't to see the actual movie!!!!! This movie looks awesome and it might be better with fox than disney I don't know I was heartbroken when I found out diney was dropping out but now after the trailer maybe this change was for the better.

  19. SoapySophia says:

    Scene with Edmund enlisting: lol! Soooo Ed! But, as others have said, it reminds me of Peter and Susan in PC. This goes either way for me. They could use this to make the movie work, or they could ruin the movie by making Ed like Peter in PC.

    Painting bringing them to Narnia: Looove it! The book didn't explain this part very well for me, this really brings it to life!

    I don't really like how they're hauled onto the ship though. Caspian's supposed to jump–in–the–water!!!

    Reep is sooo cute! So much more himself. And, yes, Ed is still flailing about on the deck behind Reep!

    Caspian: it still irritates me that he's not blonde, but he looks much older with that hair on his face!

    The magician saying that everyone is going to be tested: um, another either way part for me. they could make this work, or they could ruin the movie.

    Dark Island: Why is it green? And why in the world are they using the White Witch again?!?!?! Get over her already!

    Magician's room: I pictured this room less elaborate. It's so – – grand. Also, Lucy being "beautified" isn't really all that much more beautiful. She just looks like Susan. And she tore the page out!?!?!?! And why is it snowing!??!?!?! I'm lost. Looks too much like LWW.

    And WHY does the FATE of NARNIA depend on them?!?!?!?!?! It's NOT SUPPOSED TO!!!! And why is she blue?

    Why are they fighting? Why is Ed's sword blue?

    Is it just me, or is Caspian and Reep with Lu and Ed and Eustace when Aslan talks to them? What's up with that?

    And what's with the scene that is reminiscent of LWW, with all four Pevensies together? The older two seemed sad. And Susan is supposed to desert Narnia.

    I guess this trailer raises too many questions for me. But I love the intense animation, Aslan's roar, the sea of lilies, Reep, and the ship (though it seems like it could be a touch bigger). I guess it's hard for me to not be so critical when this is my favorite book!

    • Authiel Saethwr says:

      Ditto everything you said. Can't they get over the White Witch, Peter, and Susan already? Face it; they're not in the story anymore. I think it's going to be a cool movie, and I'm not real nervous yet, but I'm not as excited as I was with LWW or even PC. PC the book is kinda boring; it needed help. VDT does not. There's already enough packed in there:) And I so wanted to see the dragon! Oh, well. I'm forcing myself to stick to trailers only. I watched too many sneek scenes last time:)

      • HisWarrior says:

        Agree everything said here. I would like Lucy to be more beautiful than Susan. That's how it is in the original story. She doesn't become as beautiful, but more beautiful.

        The White Witch. Why do we have her in here again? I like the Prince Caspian add-in with her because it showed how Edmund had changed. It also was not far off for her to be there because in the book it mentions her being summoned. But why in this one? Why here?

        And what is it with another "you are the only ones that can save Narnia" deal? It can honestly get boring if this is the only thing you ever know about Narnia. Having to save it again.

        Peter and Susan. I'll admit that I like the idea of seeing Peter again. As in quick look at the beginning. What is the deal with him in Narnia clothes? I'm hoping it's just a memory or something. And Susan? She's supposed to be in America at this moment.

        Mixed feeling and getting excited and nervous at same time.

      • Jfreak says:

        Peter and Susan are playing as cameos.

      • Austra says:

        Ditto ditto ditto! My sentiments exactly!! Yes yes yes!!! I agree!!!! I hope that the actual movie won't be quite so… dramatic, shall we say? I think that's the word I'm looking for! However, I DO like the trailer, and think it simply loverly. And sail on VDT!!!!!

  20. WillowofNarnia says:

    WOW! AMAZING!! EXTRAORDINARY!!! *pant, pant* I have watched it so many times in only the last hour or so. It is so cool! I wish Caspian had said something so we can hear his Britishness instead of his Spanishness, but oh well. What were Susan and Peter doing in Narnia?????? I CAN'T WAIT TO SEE IT!!!!!!!!!!!

  21. Lilprincessofthelion says:

    I really like the White Witch being in as long as she's just in the Island of Dreams. I think they can make it work very nicely.

  22. Werner Ridgeback says:

    Hmm, this trailer is certainly the most discussion raising of all the ones previous.

    For me, the first 54 seconds were very cool, but after that everything goes downhill. I loved the way the new minotaur looks, and the way the kids enter Narnia was awesome!

    But what is with the corny White Witch scene? Is the “Dark Island” actually a light green fog? Really guys, I was expecting something more creepy.

    Where is Eustace, isn’t this story supposed to be more about him?

    Is Lucy actually blowing the letters into place on the book of spells cover? Come on, this belongs in more in Inkheart, not Narnia.

    The land of the Dufflepuds looks like a scene out of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

    Is that Caspian at the edge of the world? I thought Aslan told him to turn back…

    Also, why are Peter and Susan there? In Prince Caspian Aslan said they could never return, didn’t he?

    And finally the trailer’s score put me to sleep. Where is the heart pumping, adrenaline rushing push I get from watching other trailers?

    My final note is that I had high expectations when Fox took the Narnia franchise, I was looking forward to an amazing 20th Century quality epic based on more a teen angle, but after watching this trailer it feels like Fox has switched audiences and is hoping to reach more of the pre teen ages.

    If this trailer is going to try to get me to spend 18 bucks to watch this, I need to see a better made assemblage.

    • Abren says:

      You have said exactly what was on my mind! It really does need to be more attension grabbing! I have to admit that I think the trailer SUCKED and they really need to make something better for the sake of promotion!

      Not to mension it looks more like a little kids movie!

      This makes me cry…

    • Jfreak says:

      You have 2 remember that this is a trailer and it's not going 2 show u everything ,u just have 2 wait 4 the movie 2 come out.

  23. Aspen says:

    Have you guys seen what the movie case looks like? I have! It has Aslan on the front. 😀

  24. Lylanarniafan says:

    LOVE IT!

  25. Ana says:

    It's very nice, but I DO wish they'd just stick to the books. These are great movies, but they to me they are just variations on Narnia. I would LOVE to watch really good movie's of the books!

  26. Diamond Wolf says:

    Okay, I was afraid the story had gotten reallly altered but now see its just a few characters–Edmund–who change it a little. But that whole dialogue thing with Aslan is a bit cheesy for my taste. Cliche. Man, oh, man. not even in the story! Yeah, let's hope the soundtrack's better than PC. Thikn Swear that was a recycled one from LWW and was very disappointed

  27. Chris says:

    What about Eustace? I will be quite sore if they sacrifice his story for yet more temptations from Tilda that they've written in simply because she made a good White Witch in the first movie. Eustace and Reepicheep are at the heart of the book, and I hope for their sakes they've made room for them. Edmund's had his bildungsroman already.

  28. I_LiVe_iN_NarNia:P says:

    Does anyone know what it says on the front of the magic book that Lucy read? It's really been bugging me :/ It looks kinda like 'The Book of Incantations', but not all the letters are there I don't think. xx

  29. just jill says:

    I LOVE this. whoo vdt

  30. Coalesce says:

    Wow! I saw Toy Story 3 3D yesterday and the VDT trailer was amazing! I don't think that we need to worry about the quality of the 3D! When Lucy was reading out of the "Book of Incantations" and the snow was falling around her, it looked so real that I reached out to see if I could catch the snowflakes!

  31. tmc4narnia says:

    I just saw the trailer with eclipse, wasn't really expecting it, but it was a nice surprise

  32. atul ittimani says:

    i think the trailer looks great
    it was similar to the lww trailer but more magical
    so far i think fox is doing a great job
    the only thing that upseted me was dark island and the waterfall at the end

  33. sammy says:

    the trailer looks awsome, although does anyone know if they will make another trailer to maybe show more parts of the film which haven't been completed yet?

  34. FrecklefaceJill says:

    LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  35. aravis tarkeena says:

    Okay! I have decided that Narniaweb has the most critical reviews of Narnia more than any site. Yes, I know we're fans, it's our job to pick it a part,but every other site has better reviews than we do.

    • Bookwyrm says:

      Last time I checked we weren't in a competition to see who could suck up to Fox/Walden the most.

  36. sammy says:

    i am going 2 c twilight eclipse 2moz and i hope the trailer is shown, would love 2 c the trailer on the big screen

  37. Danbuster says:

    Could the White Witch part be some vague reference to the Dark Island of Worst Nightmares?
    I sure do hope they stay faithful to the book, still – there was no reference to Eustace's adventure or the seven missing lords. :/

  38. Gus says:

    As much as I hate to say it, the old school BBC versions of the Narnia movies are much better than the newer ones that they've come out with. The costumes were cheesy, the acting was so-so, and the visual effects were ludicrously simple. But they were actually true to the Narnia books. When I was growing up, they still captured the magic that the books contained.
    The new movies are visually beautiful (mostly) but they get everything wrong. I'm not necessarily talking about small details like hair color (although that's there too.) But when they practically write Aslan out of the first movie it upsets me. The children had one prophesy about them, Aslan had several. But somehow he became a subnote for the saving of Narnia, and the children became the focus.
    Prince Caspian got virtually everything wrong about the plot of the movie, Caspian's motivation, etc. And what they didn't get wrong plotwise, had a completely different flavor than what the book portrayed.
    For me, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is sacred. I can only hope that the low level graphics that we are seeing is simply a product of the still distant release date. But much more important to me is that they can get the story right, with all of the elements put into their proper context. I can forgive the preview for presenting the story as being disjointed; the novel itself is written with one chapter having little in common with previous ones. It's hardly a continuous story. But if Aslan isn't at the end of the movie telling the kids to learn his other name, I think I'll rip somebody's head off.
    I don't want to see still somebody else's far fetched interpretation of how the books are meant to be taken. The way they are written is perfect for me.

  39. April says:

    wow i cant wait to watch the movie i will be interesting

  40. NyaNya says:

    I wonder If Harry G. Williams will make the music for this movie as well.

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