Watch the Dawn Treader trailer in 3D online

A 3D version of the Dawn Treader trailer has been uploaded to YouTube. This is just a fan-made trailer, but it’s pretty cool. If you have 3D glasses (red, cyan), watch the trailer here. Select 1080p for the best quality. If you end up seeing the film in 3D, you will needed glasses of course, but not the red and blue kind that distort the color. Thanks to ‘Grant’ for the find.

34 Responses

  1. Griffle says:

    Not very effective. Looks pretty flat to me.

  2. Lucy says:


  3. Lucy says:

    I have red-and-blue 3D glasses but that didn't change anything but the colour; it seemed flat to me.

  4. Lucy says:

    plus also it kinda hurt my eyes-the sharp colour change I mean. Now I'm dizzy.

  5. Intersting.. No 3D glasses for me.(I will see it in 3D in theaters, though!;) Most of the time if I'm watching anything in 3D that's not in theaters, it doesn't really work. It's just plain blurry, or not 3D at all. 🙁

  6. Aslie says:

    I have the 3D glasses they use in the cinemas now but I've already seen the trailer in 3D twice. It is REALLY good and I am excited to see VDT in 3D when it comes out.

  7. Fire vein says:

    I didn't have 3D glasses so it just looked weird.

  8. Narnian Meerkat says:

    Who cares???????

  9. robinepowell says:

    I tried the 3D glasses, didn't change anything, still saw it in 2D and red and blue lines.

    So, Peter and Susan are returning in this movie? I thought they were too old now?

  10. LucyTheValiant says:

    i think they only put peter and susan in the trailer so that the audience (those that are not familiar with the books) will regonize the film in relation to the previous 2. i don't think they have a big role at all though since they're not on the cast list. i guess we'll have to wait and see 🙂

  11. QueenLucy12 says:

    I cant find my red and blue 3d glasses. 🙁

  12. Ariel_of_Narnia says:

    I agree with you. I have a cheap pair of the red/blue 3-D glasses from a dollar store (needed them for a skit), so I was kind of interested in seeing the trailer in 3-D. Then, beside the colour change and my eyes' confusion over having one red lens and one blue, the kids and Reep only look a <i>little</i> more… dunno… touchable? But not by very much. Nothing really "popped out", per se. But fun to see that someone put in the effort to do something like that!

  13. Ariel_of_Narnia says:

    They just make quick cameo appearances. Like the part about Lucy seeing herself more beautiful than Susan is in the book. And with the other two movies, the moviemakers have put in more intro to the story than C.S. Lewis did, so there may be a farewell scene or something. But so long as their parts are limited to that (even though Peter is my second-favourite (Aslan is first)), I'm good.

  14. Ariel_of_Narnia says:

    That's okay, QueenLucy12. You're not missing that much.

  15. narnian resident says:

    personally, i think 3D is a big flop and waste. all the movies i've seen in 3D were a big dissapointment. they're flat and not what you expect. my doubt about it was confirmed when i saw Avatar in 3D, and i saw it first in 3D, and it was terribly dissapointing. i had expected things to be popping out, but it was as flat as regular 2D. i intend on seeing Dawn Treader in normal 2D, and maybe in 3D, but im not gonna waste the extra money on it. also, 3D hurts my eyes really bad, and my mom had recently discovered from studies of doctors that 3D is actually very bad for our eyes. i dont remember what exactly it does to your eyes, but all i know that if you're a person who watches it often, and if you get that new tv thing thats always in 3D, within time you might start to realize your vision is not what it used to be, and im not saying that in a good way.
    im not trying to be forceful about it, cuz everyone is free to have their oppinions and i will not fight them on that, but, with my personal oppinion and facts from studies, i say that 3D is not good at all and is quite harmful to one's health and eyes.

  16. narnian resident says:

    took the words right out of my mouth 🙂

  17. HighQueen_Of_LanternWaste says:

    I don't have the red and blue ones, just the black 3d glasses. Oh well, not a big 3d fan anyway.

  18. NarniaCrazy says:

    not impressive… but commendable for whoever put the time and effort into making it! they did a lot better than i ever could have done!! 😀 😀

  19. Mark Sommer says:

    Uh, you guys are missing an important detail. You have to have red/cyan glasses, NOT red/blue.

  20. pselpevensie says:

    wish i had the glasses! would love to watch in 3D still haven't been able to 🙁

  21. Elf Maiden Archer of Rivendell says:

    I agree narnian resident. I think it also tampers with the brain. Not really a big fan of 3D. Will only watch VDT once in 3D. Otherwise it's really not a big difference. (I also cheered when they said they WILL NOT make The Hobbit in 3D.)

  22. glumPuddle says:

    It worked quite well for me. Popped right out of the screen.

    3D, just like visual effects, is a tool that can be used to tell a story, or used as a gimmick. Pixar uses is to tell a story (Up, Toy Story 3). With most movies, it's a gimmick.

  23. narnian resident says:

    oh good! i would be really annoyed if they did make the Hobbit in 3D

  24. Adamant says:

    I had red and green glasses but it worked anyway. Yea, I don't like 3D either, I'm not gonna watch even VDT as 3D. But the trailer was cool as 3D. 😀

  25. Knight of the Lion says:

    Rats! Fresh out of 3D glasses. I'll have to get my hands on some and try it out.

  26. LittleLioness says:

    I used the 3D glasses from my Coraline DVD and got more or less of the effect from it. The best scenes to me (the ones that looked the most 3D) were Lucy reading the spellbook, the scroll/map unfurling, and the Narnia dragonscale letters coming onto the screen. For 3D in general, the two-colored glasses never work quite as well for me as the black ones… Still, fun effort!

  27. Reepicheep says:

    I didn't have to watch half of the trailer before I realized how crappy it was. You could still see two of everything, and it was 2D pretty much! We all ought to wait for 3D computers to come about. At that point, we'll be seeing the whole movie in 3D which is actually good!

  28. Johnny T says:

    Maybe I am old-fashioned but I don't like 3D. I always get Eye pain through the 3D Glasses and It's not comfortable for me. In December I Will watch the movie in 2D.

  29. narnian1 says:

    I got a bit of an effect from it, not for every scene but for some moments of it. I had to put my glasses upside down though.

  30. narniagirl731 says:

    Enough about the glasses already. I am a little disappointed about some changes. I don't recall a glowing blue sword in the book or a reference to "the fate of Narnia is in our hands…" I am a little afraid after what the did to Prince Caspian. However, I will see the movie anyway. Sigh. Why can't Hollywood stay true to a book & the characters? I know it can't be word for word & exactly like the book, but really. a glowing blue sowrd? where have I seen that before? oh yeah. LOTR, of course!

  31. CoriaKing says:

    That is the EXACT same thing I thought. It's not Eragon, It's not LOTR, it's not a Disney movie so get over it, right? Plus, when does the fate of Narnia fall in their hands? That's not even CLOSE to whats in the book. *sigh* I guess I will have to go see it in 3-d though.

  32. narnian1 says:

    you *don't* have to see it in 3D, it will be available in regular 2D like PC and LWW.

  33. thank you people who dont care! this is starting to get annoying!!! grr.

  34. this movie is going to be B-A-D. i can just tell. oh boy.