“No One Touches the Tail” TV Spot Online

We received dozens of reports on the new Voyage of the Dawn Treader commercial that has just appeared on TV. It’s got lots of great new shots. Check it out!

YouTube link is here.

Thanks to Lilly the Valiant, Jenn, and Louloudi the Centaur for the heads up!

EDIT:  A slightly higher quality of the video can be found by clicking here.

147 Responses

  1. this is going to be AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can't wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Starlily says:

    I know, I wish someone could confirm or deny it, so we could know for sure. Because I don't want to set my hopes too high only to have them dashed.

  3. Narnian Meerkat says:

    YES. I totally agree with you WarriorOfNarnia. 😉

  4. Mina says:

    The part when he grabs the tail and the actually dialog look cut, so it's possible that that part is still in there.

  5. Narnian Meerkat says:

    Yeah, not to mention WITCH CRAFT, which is rebellion and what not…I don't care what people say, and you shouldn't either Princess Lucy, HARRY POTTER IS CRAP!!!!!!!!!!!! It's just a BAD influence to kids. Not to mention kinda cheesy too, with all the magic wands and flying brooms. . .Now I never say HP before, just maybe the middle of it once, but I still wouldn't see it. My parents wouldn't approve anyhow.

    Narnia was based on a Christian theme, though it does have "magic" in it, It doesn't teach spells. Or at least GOOD spells, which never exists. And there's never GOOD witches either.

    So, yeah. I think I made my point made. 🙂

  6. Narnian Meerkat says:

    I come I've never seen it on TV yet? Maybe because I don't watch that much tv. . .Which is good actually!

  7. Qazplm123890 says:

    Actually, I think that if the swinging ever happens, it will happen after this scene. However, given all the other stuff that will be happening in in this movie *silent scream!*, they might merge the duel with the Eustace stealing part.

  8. Twinimage says:

    The way I see it is, concerning the lamb at the end, don't get our hopes up, because that is one of the least likely things to actually be in the film, because of pacing and what not. And if it turns out to be in there, awesome!
    What we see in this TV spot is probably one of the best ways to show the lamb transform into the lion, by just showing the shadow.
    If there is the lamb in the film, I'm going to geek out and be ecstatic!
    Just the same with the Albatross in the Dark Island.
    Both those scenes, along with Eustace's un-dragoning scene are all something that are "geek out" worthy. 🙂

  9. FriendOfNarnia2 says:

    Perhaps this is the scene that makes Eustace determined that he is going to pull Reepicheep's tail.

  10. Manuel says:

    We should thank to Orlandita04, who uploaded the video 🙂

    And I agree, it´s a truly impresive ad!

  11. SnowingRoses says:

    Well, Narnian Merkat, I think it's a good think to be open to other opinions, whether in the end your own view is changed or not.

  12. Manuel says:

    I agree! Will Poulter is an excellent young actor.

    But for me, the best shot is the dragon´s eye, with the image of Aslan. It's pure poetry.

  13. High Queene Shelly Belly says:

    LOL! me too!

  14. dramaticalmama says:

    Lucy was wearing pants because there were no other girls aboard the dawn treader, thus there were no dresses, as it says in the book.

  15. Ted C says:

    What are you trying to say?

  16. Ted C says:

    I just heard on the news today there is a world wide shortage of exclamation points. Now I know why.

  17. Ted C says:

    Aslan is Reepicheep's father. Opps…sorry.

  18. I recently saw this on t.v. and thought oh my god and start jumping up and down with glee,long live ASLAN!!!

  19. I saw this on tv and starting hopping for glee!!!

  20. Annabeth says:

    Oh.my.gosh. i JUST found this link on Yahoo, it's a trailer, but it's waaay longer than the others and *SPOILERS* Peter and Susan are in it!!!

  21. Much better. The pacing is stronger, and gives it more the feel of an all-ages film, not just a kiddie-flick, and the humor at the end works (in part because it's character-driven, not to mention that it's being spoken by a mouse).

    This should be one of several different TV spots that Fox needs to start inundating the market with. If they can give each one a different feel (action/adventure, mystery, drama), they'll capture the attention of a wider range of viewers.

  22. Gem says:

    Lilliandilhater and dramaticalmama, you are both jokes of fans of Narnia. How could anyone who truly appreciated the work and stories of C.S. Lewis agree with the changes they made in Prince Caspian, changes that ruined the movie and the story? There was a reason Prince Caspian wasn't even half as successful as The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. People actually like good movies that STAY CLOSE TO THE BOOKS THEY WERE MADE AFTER. UNLIKE PRINCE CASPIAN.

  23. Gem says:

    I think its actually funny that someone who says this website is bad is on here posting reviews. Doesn't that seem a bit hypocritical to you? That's all I was saying, so don't twist my words into something i didn't say!!

  24. Gem says:

    Thanks I did read his review. But im still a little skeptical.

  25. Samuel the Magnificent says:

    I agree with dramaticalmama. Some of you hardcore narnia fans are just too uptight about PC. Everyone I know has never read PC (except me; I read it after watching the movie) and they all loved the movie. The reason it didn't do all that great was because just face Prince Caspian is probably the least popular book in the series. The plot just isn't all that interesting. I thought the changes they made to PC were great and made it worth watching on the silver screen. And what's this with Susan wouldn't have kissed Caspian back in the 40s. You must no live in Britain. They are much less "proper" than us Americans are. I took a trip to Britain and in the park there were at least three couples literally this close to doing you-know-what in public and no one cared. So yes Susan may have kissed someone in the 40s. The movie was way better than the book.

    Also I think PC was very open to more changes because it didn't have as deep of a meaning as most of the other ones.

  26. Samuel the Magnificent says:

    Did anyone notice that Eustace is a dragon during the sea serpent scene? (or whas it that way in the book?) either way is fine with me.

  27. Gem says:

    Anyone I've ever met or talked to that cared a bit about keeping the stories the way they were meant to be didn't love Prince Caspian. They may have liked it, but they were sorely disappointed with several parts of it. Im sorry you like seeing the books goofed up like they did in PC the movie.