“No One Touches the Tail” TV Spot Online

Posted November 7, 2010 1:26 pm by fantasia_kitty

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

5 Comments For This Story

    • don't mess with me says:

      yes! this is goin to be the best freakin movie in the entire universe!! i can just tell!

      • Narnian Meerkat says:

        Hey, trust me,you DON’T WANT TO GET YOUR HOPES TOO HIGH!
        I mean, sure, I think this movie will be great too, but, JUST DON’T GET OBESSED!

      • TumnusTheBrave says:

        i agree with Narnian Meerkat. dont get ur hopes too high. When i walked into prince caspian i was so excited and i was with high expectations but i came out of the theater disappointed. LWW was perfect (in my eyes) and realated perfectly too the book but a few added details. lets hope LWW doesnt disappoint

      • dramaticalmama says:

        So what if Susan and Caspian fall for each other? They are TEENS, so they will have regular teenage HORMONES. The kiss at the end of the movie was the way of saying, ‘Yes, I care for you and you care for me, I know we can’t be together, so we’ll move on and I’ll always remember you as my first love.’ Full stop. The end. Goodbye. Why make such a big deal out of it? Is it because Caspian gets married with Ramandu’s daughter? Well, look at real life. Who the heck marries their first kiss?

        So what if Peter acts a bit high and mighty? If you lived as a king for 20 years, you’ll probably get used to being treated with respect, and handed with difficult tasks, and looked up to in bad times. If you were suddenly pulled out of such a life, and suddenly expected to stand by and let the grown ups do all the work, i’d bet you’d be peed. Caspian feels the same way. And in the war against the telmarines, they see a troop in need of a leader, and they gladly take that post. Peter has led many armies before, he’s used to seeing himself in charge, and to him, he ought to be leading that army. To him, Caspian is an opponent. If you had stuck by the book and have two considerate, cooperative kings you’d be thinking, what the heck? It would be a really, really boring story.

        So what if the White Witch makes another appearance? It gives a balance to the plot – Edmund is a traitor, Lucy wants to be beautiful, Susan stops believing in Narnia – these are their fatal flaws. Why should Peter and Caspian be the goody, goody ones? Having fatal flaws proves that no one is perfect, which is entirely true.

        Whenever the credits come out, you should take a good look at what is written there. It says, ‘BASED on the book by CS Lewis.’ Meaning they don’t copy everything from the movie. If they did, it would say ‘SCRIPT written by CS Lewis.’ If you want a copy, watch the BBC production, and don’t bother yourself with the movies.

      • lilliandilhater says:

        Spoken like a true narnian, dramaticalmama. Prince Caspian is the best movie so far.

      • Princess Lucy says:

        thats true..prince caspian needed the changes anyway so it should be fine….

      • WarriorOfNarnia says:

        NO!!!!!!!!! The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe is the BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Better acting. Better costumes. The sets are AMAZING!!!! It totally ROCKS!!!!

      • EnnaGirl says:

        I agree somewhat. I didn’t like most of the chages in PC, I found them very annoying. However, had they stuck with C.S. Lewis’ plotline, it would have been a very, very, very boring movie. PC is basically about a hike through the woods and camping which would put me to sleep. However, I don’t think that all the changes were needed. Was the romance between Caspian and Susan really needed in the story?
        Which leads me to another point. This in back in the 1930s or 40s. I don’t think Susan would have kissed Caspian, the way she did. It just wasn’t done. And I don’t think that Lucy would have walked around on the Dawn Treader wearing pants. Maybe until she got some other clothes but that just not what people did back them.

      • Narnian Meerkat says:

        YES. I totally agree with you WarriorOfNarnia. πŸ˜‰

      • 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.

      • 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.

      • 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.

      • 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.

  • samuel says:

    Wow, the more I see, the more excited I’m getting. These clips looked especially good as far as quality and story telling goes

  • Louloudi the Centaur says:

    Yeah for Reepicheep! I hope he is as funny, yet serious, as he was in Prince Caspian.

  • Narnia Freak says:

    I like "No one touches the tail" bit! December, hurry up and get here!!

  • Rilian The Disenchanted says:

    It’s just wonderful. Great new footage. All the effects are top-notch. If this doesn’t make the audience go to the cinemas en masse, i don’t know what will.
    Looks better than the Harry Potter tv-spots if you ask me.

    • Princess Lucy says:

      thats soo true…i mean this series has better morals than HP…all it is about is magic and giving the wrong impression that there is good magic…which is not true…and the same villan keeps coming back…imagine having the white witch apperaring in all 7 books…that would destroy the series and besides its always nice to have a mixture in a series…more suspense and interesting…For Narnia πŸ™‚

      • Tauriel says:

        Eh? Sure, there’s magic in the world of Harry Potter, but it’s not primarily about magic. It’s about friendship and love, and compassion, and shows you how prejudice is bad, and how to overcome your weaknesses and become a stronger and a better person. I hate how some people accuse HP of being "evil" and yet they haven’t read it (I mean, there are two Bible citations in the last book for heaven’s sake!). Why some people think it’s impossible to like BOTH Narnia and HP? Both series are good, they’re different (as it should be – imagine if everything was the same!), and they both teach you something valuable.

      • Princess Lucy says:

        sorri i didn’t mean to go against the HP films and books….i haven’t read the books but i have seen the films…the first six…and yes offcourse its not just about magic…its got alot more yes ur right…but i’m just afraid for young children that the fact that they are using magic to overcome these problems and the villian isn’t a great way of teaching them…u see with the narnia films and books…the morals teach us we need a creator to help us in our hardships and problems and it clearly relates to reality….and alot more is told through the series…anyhow, it is offcourse nice to have different series with different morals and stories…but it is important to teach people and the children the right things…

      • Aunt Letty says:

        Lucy, this is not directed at your comment, so please don’t feel it is any kind of criticism of you! I just finally have to come out in defense of HP, just a little. I’ve seen so much anger and diatribe directed at the HP books on Narniaweb, and kept my head down and my mouth shut.

        I just want to say that I love the HP stories, despite the fact that I am very, very cautious about what kind of influences I allow into my home. Just ask my kids. They’ll wholeheartedly concur. I picked up the first book when my then-third grade daughter asked me to buy it from the remainder rack, because she’d been hearing how good it was from other kids at school. It seemed ok, on my cursory examination of the jacket-copy, but the cashier asked her if she knew that it was about witches. She leaned over my daughter’s head and repeated it, gazing directly at me, with an empahsis loaded with inter-parental meaning. So, of course, I told my daughter I’d be reading the book first, before I decided if it was something I wanted her to read. She was only in third grade, remember.

        I absolutely loved the story, could not find any of the dark implications the nice cashier was apparently trying to warn me about, and promptly went out and bought the next two books, which were all that had been published at that time. I just finished reading the entire series yet again with my 11 yr old, and I’m still in just as much awe at Rowling’s abilities with characterization.

        While I can’t agree with some of Rowling’s hints and allegories on the social revolution front, I don’t find anything the slightest bit unsavory in terms of her message about how to treat other people, or anything even remotely promoting the satanic practices of witchcraft or the prideful kind of "spiritualism" that seems to go hand-in-glove with it.

        There. I’ve pinned a big red bullseye on my back. Have at it, if you’ve a mind. :;

      • Evangel says:

        The wizard did use magic. Of course, he is a star, but you can’t say there is NO good magic in Narnia.

      • Princess Lucy says:

        yes i know theres a bit of that in narnia but thats not what the story is about…ok lets stop talking about wizards and enjoy the time to watch the dawn treader…hope u enjoy guys…

      • Princess Lucy says:

        and Aunt Letty, that is a smart way to do before allowing ur children to read the series…not much parents couldnt careless what their child is doing…anyways i hope u and ur family enjoy this holiday watching the voyage of the dawn treader…

      • SnowingRoses says:

        My parents are more cautious (please don’t take this as a personal attack Aunt Letty, because it’s not, BUT-)
        When I began complaining about not being allowed to read HP a while ago, my parents did some research on the books. After that, I’m still not allowerd to read them, but I couldn’t care less.
        The Harry Potter books influenced children to become wizards and witches. I encourage you to look up the information online. Immediantly after HP became a hit, surveys and organizations showed that the number of kids who wanted and were practicing to become witches shot up. Also, JK Rowling admits that she has gotten letters from hundreds of fans, BEGGING her to get them into Hogwarts. You see it everywhere online, too, JK R. doesn’t need to confirm it. These fans have delusioned themselves.
        No, I’m not saying HP is bad, just very powerful, and that’s not always good. I’m just tired that people either think it’s awful or amazing without looking at it’s overall affect. (Or effect?)
        That is all.

      • TheScribblingScribe says:

        I don’t have children… but I think it really depends on the kid. It’s definitely a good idea to preview the HP books before you hand one over to him/her, but also I think it’s important to know them, and know that they will read the book maturely and wisely πŸ™‚

      • 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. πŸ™‚

      • 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.

  • Josh says:

    Pay close attention to the legs of Aslan during the 2-3 second mark of the trailer. Notice anything…different?

    • eilonwy22 says:

      I see what you mean about the legs πŸ˜‰ I love seeing the three sleepers and Reep! I’m actually more encouraged by this than anything else I’ve seen so far.

    • Starlily says:

      I was going to say I couldn’t see it, but I looked again and I almost think you’re right. It does look a bit like lamb legs. It would be so cool if his shadow was a lamb and then morphed into a lion–a subtle but effective nod to book fans. However, I’m not setting my hopes on it. We’ll just have to wait and see.

    • decarus says:

      What are you talking about? I see nothing.

      • wolfloversk says:

        Look at how big his legs are, and how far apart they are. Then drag the dot thing slowly so you can watch it in slow motion- Does it remind you of a different animal, maybe a baby sheep πŸ˜‰

      • decarus says:

        I am sorry. I don’t see it. I never liked the lamb part. I thought it was to direct of a comparison.

    • Narnian Meerkat says:

      Yyyyyyyeaaaaaaaaaaaaah. . .

    • Loyal Narnian says:

      I think it might just be the angle of the shadow… but you never know.

    • Twinimage says:

      You’re RIGHT!!!! πŸ˜€
      I was just about to post a comment myself about it.
      Holy snap! If that IS true, I’m just…. flabbergasted!
      Even if there is an added plot line to the movie, I’m quite amazed with how they are sticking to certain scenes of the book, faithfully. Some of which are some of Lewis’ most blunt references to the link between Aslan and Jesus.
      Even if the movie turns out to be mediocre, I still admire their boldness to include such scenes.

    • Twinimage says:

      Even notice how he moves, it’s more like a trot, that a lamb would move… Oh man I hope I’m not setting myself up. lol

      • 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.

      • 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. πŸ™‚

  • Mina says:

    The :18-:19 mark makes me laugh…it’s like "Duck you idiot!" I love it though. I think I saw a differet TV spot yesterday though. Of course, I only saw the end, but it looked like a shorten version of the trailer. I do have a question though, is Caspian saying "You’ve got an extraordinary adventure/destiny ahead of you." It doesn’t sound like Aslan to me.

  • Azon says:

    OH MY WORD!! I love it! Look at the 18 second spot! Is that Aslan I see in Eustace’s eye! AWWWWWWW!! Can’t wait!

    • Mike says:

      You may be right. There is something reflected there and it appears to be Aslan. If so, this shot is towards the end of the film.

      A very nice touch.

    • SavedByGrace says:

      Looks like it could be Aslan; maybe when Eustace is about to be changed from dragon to human? All in all, very cool.

    • decarus says:

      Oh yeah i do see what looks like Aslan. At least Aslan comes to him. I still dislike that it seems like he is earning his undragoning.

  • 7chronicles says:

    I Wish I could Watch It!!!!!!!!!!! Must avoid SPOILERS, must stay away :)Glad to know it is good though! I can’t wait for December 10th!

  • Starlily says:

    Wow, I wish this was better quality, because these clips look good! Split-second shots of the sea serpent and dragon, and I love Reepicheep and Eustace! Can’t wait to see that scene. I hope I can see this on TV soon. Has anyone seen it on regular channels? (I don’t get cable)

  • Shastafan says:

    Yessss! Now this is cool! That dragon eye kinda freaked me out(it’s not how I imagined it), but besides that, everything looks great here! And I assure you I’ll still laughing at the "no one touches the tail!" bit! πŸ˜€

  • The Bulgy Bear says:

    That was epic! I love it so much! And as Azon pointed out, I think that maybe it really is Aslan reflected in Eustace’s eyes. I think that could be when (SPOILER ALERT) Eustace goes back to Ramandu’s island after being stabbed by Rhoop. Possibly.

  • Caspian XI says:


  • MinotaurforAslan says:

    LOL! New footage looks great!

  • [ForNarniaAndForAslan] says:


  • Narnian at Heart says:


  • Tribunal says:

    Looks amazing. It looks beautiful when Aslan roars into the water.

  • King Ty of Narnia says:

    YES, finally, i do like this, but i cant hear it veary well.

    • narniahp4ever says:

      sorry if it’s horrible sound/video quality, i did my best to record it.
      anyways….why does December 10 have to be soo far away!?!?!
      A little more than a month to go!!

      • Princess Lucy says:

        thanxs so much for taking ur time to record it…i’ll say u did a pretty good job at recording it…i’ll do way worse…and the images and audio is clear as we can tell the scenes lol…but thanxs again

      • dramaticalmama says:

        You rock. See, Litus, there are amazing and motivating people here who care and do more than just criticise.

  • DanielmyBrother says:

    Good trailer, I seen it on True Jackson and I Carly yesterday.It’s going to be a fun ride on the Dawn Treader!

    • 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!

  • StephanieTheFaithful says:

    It just keeps getting better and better….


  • Pepper Darcy says:

    Wow. I was *really* afraid that Dawn Treader was going to sink because everone seemed so disappointed… so while I *loved* all that I saw, I was discouraged because I thought no-one else would like it, but bravo all of you! You’ve made my day by all of your happy and eager comments! I canNOT wait for this movie! Was the TV spot good?

    • Mina says:

      I liked PC despite its flaws, so I was pretty sure I’d like the Dawn Treader. =D

      • Aravis and Hwin says:

        I also liked PC, after I got over a slight initial disapointment :). I can’t wait for VDT, and I think it’ll be good! I really hope Eustace swings Reep by his tail…

      • Mina says:

        Going back I realized how hard and(and honestly)boring the movie would be if it was word for word. I liked that it kept the theme of the book, and I don’t really mind the flirting/romance of Caspian and Susan. I thought it kind of set up for the romance in this movie.

    • SavedByGrace says:

      Are you kiding? I love PC, despite some differences between it and the book. I’m sure VoDT will do just fine.

  • decarus says:

    Now that was new. I can’t hear it, but still.

  • ~DaughterOfEve~ says:

    My sister showed me this the other day! So exciting! I love how they used trailer music they used for the LWW trailers. I am so excited for this movie!

  • Narnia Ultimate Fan says:

    love it, love, it, LOVE IT!!!!

  • WarriorOfNarnia says:

    That was the best!

  • Litus says:

    Good one, I noticed alot of people here has doubt for the movie, great promotion Narniaweb you started it all thanks for being a "Movie" Fan site, you should change your slogan "Your source for Narnia Movie News since 2003" into "Discouraging people since Prince Caspian"

    • narnialover101 says:

      You blame Narniaweb for the fans’ negative attitudes? That seems unfair. I think you’ll find all the Narniaweb News stories are either completely unbiased or on the positive side.

      • wolfloversk says:

        Thank you narnialover101- again we say this is NOT A MOVIE FANSITE, but a NARNIA FANSITE AND MOVIE NEWS SITE big difference, most members here hold the books as a high value, higher than the movies in fact and joined not because they loved the movies but because they loved the books. Also I’m sorry, but the polls on the site tend to prove that NarniaWebbers are generally positive.

      • dramaticalmama says:

        narniaweb is amazing and if you can’t appreciate the effort the staff put in, you can go and try to make a better one! Three cheers for Narniaweb!

    • FriendOfNarnia2 says:

      Yeah Litus, that was completely uncalled for. The people who run narniaweb try very hard to keep things positive.

    • Gem says:

      And why are you on here if you hate this website so much?

      • Clodsley Mole says:

        Gem,anyone is welcome on NarniaWeb. Even if they point out that they have seen a lot of negative comments.
        But there are also a lot of positive ones, so perhaps it depends on what you are focusing on?
        These new bits look very interesting!!

      • 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!!

    • Aljeron100 says:

      Really? Not everything is sunshine and cupcakes, Litus. If fans have concerns about the film, they can express it as they wish. Has ANYONE in the forums bash this film with no valid reasons? In fact, most criticism have been remarkable restrained from criticism of the film itself and more on the questionable themes that might be in the film. Simply put, the Narnian films are not some holy relic that we can’t criticize. Also, if you keep bashing NW for being "pessimistic" or overly critical, why do you bother coming here, read the posts, and then post comments bashing it? It doesn’t really make any sense.

      • Annabeth says:

        guys, settle down. It was rude to criticize Narniaweb when you’re actually ON narniaweb, but it’s just as rude to tell people to get lost etc.

  • gryphons8 says:

    What channel is this on?

    • Secrets of Excalibur says:

      My younger brother just saw it on Nick. (I, however, did not, since I was in the shower.)

  • Melanie says:

    AAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!! It looks so wonderful!!!! I so wish I could go see it in theaters when it comes out!

  • Reepicheep775 says:

    Caspian is a zombie! O_O

  • Ugly Pig says:

    Wow. The new shots look very cool. I’m starting to get excited here. πŸ™‚

  • 8SilverSky says:

    EEE!!! This is so amazing! So, did anyone else notice the mountains behind the giant wave? You can see the faintly in the second shot!

    • Princess Lucy says:

      yeah i just seen the mountains behind the wave…could it be aslan’s country…just a suggestion

      • 8SilverSky says:

        Yeah, I’m pretty sure it’s Aslan’s Country: I remember reading somewhere (probably on Narniaweb) that Aslan’s country had some faint mountains and stuff, and I’m pretty sure that that’s what we’re seeing πŸ™‚

  • Queen Elizabeth says:

    I really wish Aslan would morph into himself from a lamb in a shadow, that would make it look a little more serious. I love when he roars into the never ending wave and opens the portal home. πŸ™‚

  • kingofthewood says:

    Simply fantastic!!! That is all I have to say.

  • Amelia says:

    Aslan opening the waves is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!!!

  • pselpevensie says:

    "no one touches the tail!" hahahahahahahaha!!!!!

  • Fire vein says:


  • Narniadreamer says:

    very cool!

  • narnian resident says:

    hey there were alot of new shots we’ve never seen before also there! how exciting! i really love the dragon swooping over what looked like Caspian, and that shot of the crew throwing what looks like big arrows of some sort, maybe at the sea serpent. it looks amazing!!!

  • Narnian Meerkat says:

    Hahahahahaha, that was AWESOME! I love how Caspian looks so serious on that boat. Man, Reepicheep really looks so REAL! His facial expressions look SO real! But I hate Aslan’s roar. πŸ˜›

  • Eustace says:

    That’s cool!

  • Manuel says:

    I found another link, with better sound:


  • NarnianRebel says:

    I LOVE the look on Eustace’s face when Reep says "NO one touches the tail!"

    • Manuel says:

      I agree! Will Poulter is an excellent young actor.

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

  • always narnian says:

    That was kind of cool πŸ™‚ Aslan looked really fake though =(

  • Scarlet13 says:


  • Gem says:

    I have a bad feeling about this all…I don’t want to dislike the movie before it even comes out, but still. I don’t think the CGI in the movie is very good, and some part just look plain stupid and ridiculous. But then other parts look really good. We’ll just have to see what happens. Either the movie will be amazing or it will be horrible, but not just in between the two.

  • Invisible Woman says:

    Wow, they left in the Lamb to Lion scene! look at Aslan’s shadow!

  • DamselJillPole says:

    Loves it!!! XD

  • Alambil and Tarvis says:


    I knew it. This movie is going to be awesome. :p

  • Omac the centaur says:

    SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET! oh and i saw two Narnia billboards wile driving earlier!! i literally screamed! πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

  • Waleed Sajjad Khan says:

    That was BEAUTIFUL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • jono says:

    THAT WAS AMAZING!!! πŸ˜€ lol

  • DominicLovesNarnia says:

    like it! Whoaw! Can’t wait!

  • Reepicheep says:

    Bring on more TV spots!!

  • aslan4ever says:

    so great !!!!! I love it

  • thenarnia24 says:

    Yes, aslan reflection is in dragon Eustace!!! this movie is going to be the best!! awsome adaption, story !!! yey i can’t wait until december 9!!!

  • sachin says:


  • Annabeth says:

    *squeals* this is SO amazing!!!! Poor Eustace, who knows what Reep will do to him. πŸ˜‰
    I have yet to see the commercial on TV yet, i guess maybe December 10th is still a long way off. πŸ™
    This is really awesome!!! I’m so excited. Last night i listened to the PC soundtrack a million times over!

  • Pattertwigs Pal says:

    Noooooooooooooooooo! It looks like they cut the part where Eustace swings Reep by his tail. πŸ™ That was the one of the scenes I was most looking forward to. πŸ™ I really wanted it to be in the movie because it wasn’t in the BBC version and now the technology is available to make it work and they don’t do it. πŸ™ πŸ™ πŸ™

    • Edson07bs says:

      I’m not sure if they cut that part. I think this happens after and Reep react remembering what happened. I don’t know, it’s too soon to speculate…

      • 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.

    • 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.

    • FriendOfNarnia2 says:

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

  • silent warrior Trinity-hawkeye291 says:

    this is going to be AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I can’t wait!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Aslan's country says:

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

  • Aslan's country says:

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

  • 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!!!

  • thesithempire says:

    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.

  • 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.