New Clip: Dragon Attack!

YahooMovies has a new exclusive clip of a dragon “attacking” the Dawn Treader.

What’s really fun is thinking back to a little over a year ago when we were sent video of them filming this scene! If you weren’t around then, you can see our coverage on it here and here.

Thanks to aragorn2 and emijoy for the heads up!

139 Responses

  1. Queen Elizabeth says:

    Does anyone know about any Movie Cons coming to Michigan?

  2. Queen Elizabeth says:

    The acting is a little cheesy this time around, not very believable. And the music is so so. The dragon is cool though, but I expected better for the third film. I liked the maturity of Prince Caspian, and this a like a little kid movie to me.

    • aslan's child says:

      i liked it is just the quality and the music im not so sure the two previous films it was so much better.and no offense but i dont like that they put that little girl in the movie, i mean shes cute and all but shes not a very good actress and doesnt fit in the story.i kinda like andrew adamson better cause he made the two previous masterpiece,and this is apted first film.i would've be alittle more reasured and plus harry's music probably would have made the film far better 2 ;).oh well i really cant say anything till tomorrow cant wait, im praying to god it wpnt be disappointing!!!!!!!

  3. Mina says:

    Did anyone notice that when Lucy freaks out, and basically holding Gael, that the MLG has a calm/blank expression on her face…

    • Queen Elizabeth says:

      Yes! Did you notice that when Gael turns around to Drinian she pauses for a second at first and then says "Is it the volcano?" like she forgot her line for a second. Same with Lucy.

      • Ballerina says:

        YES, I noticed the same thing. Um, really bad acting, if you ask me. Oh, I hope they didn't give them a lot of lines; for instance, in Prince Caspian they didn't have many. But, I've read they given them more lines for VDT…so when they can't act more lines are given to them…ugh.

      • Queen Elizabeth says:

        I think it was just a bad scene for Georgie. Because I thought she did fantastic in LWW, maybe having the film be so much more "important" she was under a lot of stress and tried to hard. And Gael, well, let's just say she needs more experience.

  4. Narnian Meerkat says:

    I likey!!!! The dragon to me looks pretty real. Poor Euestace. . . .Well, Reep, even if you don't know it, you have your sweet reveng on Eustace now. . .jkjkjkjkjk. Yeah I kinda agree with you Queen Elizabeth, the acting is a little cheezy. . .But not Gary Sweet's!!!! Mostly Georgie's. . . .Can't wait to see this movie! Tomarrow hopefully! 😀

  5. J.G.Heck says:

    I have had some fear about the movie, how good it its. The voyage of the Dawn Treader would be a hard film to make. I personally don't like the style of the video in this clip as the other two films. The video camera movements weren't to good and there were a lot more things they could have changed and work on.

  6. Queen Elizabeth says:

    Our negative comments are coming for individual clips. I bet when we see the whole thing together and get all into it that we will think differently. 🙂

  7. Queen Elizabeth says:

    OH NO!!!!! Major problem! Ok, Edmund is supposed to be 24 in HHB but only 19 in Last Battle. So… which one do they film first? They HAVE to make LB a film.

  8. WholeHearted says:

    Ugh… I didn't like this at all. Why in the world would they throw in a random dragon attack that lends nothing to the story when they already have a dragon and a sea monster in the plot? This makes no sense. And the CG was not too great. Hopefully the good in this movie wil outweigh the bad.

    • sirsimon says:

      what the hell are you talking about?! Eustace isnt attacking the ship! He is trying to get their attention, hes also confused over his transformation.

      Besides, many have called the dragon brilliant, I agree, it looks realistic to me.

      I love the way Will's facial features were added into the dragon, its so cool

      • KingoftheWood says:

        I couldn't agree more. Some people are bat-sh.t crazy around here. The dragon lookes straight up amazing! My jaw hit the floor watching it. I was like, where did the film makers find that beautiful dragon?!! and yeah, it's Eustace as you can clearly see the band around his arm; he's clearly panicking over his condition and desperate to get his former crew to realize who he really is.

      • sirsimon says:

        thank you kinfgofthewood, its appears you know good things when they appear
        Besides it is amazing CGI for such a low budget of 140 million, I bet you at least a third of the budget was on just CGI and calling this dragon cheesy is stupid!
        I hope you guys understand the complex difficulty in creating a non exsistent creature, that reacts with something that is.

        You can hate the dragon, though I dont see why

  9. Queen Elizabeth says:

    All Eustace does is circle around the ship, grab onto it, fall, and fly away. There was no point!

  10. fireheart209 says:

    All that runsthrough my mind while watching this is:

    "No Reepicheep, you may not attempt a single combat with it!"

  11. em says:

    Woah it's so weird watching this cos I remember watching them filming it and seeing the just filmed footage on the monitor

  12. Gem says:

    Wow, the acting is horrible. Unfortunately, none of the acting, at least Lucy's, looks very good in the movie. I don't know if this is Apted's fault or the actors have lost it. But the CGI effects of the dragon looks good.

    • sirsimon says:

      And yet most if not all the reviews praised Poulter's portrayal of Eustace, and thought the other cast were great.

      I dont know why the hate is here, two weeks ago everyone was mad and jiggling with excitement, now there is nothing but wtf and baddddddd!!!

      Seriously guys, when you guys make a 140,000,000 dollar film, come and find me, I will be sure to watch it

  13. sailor says:

    Wow … some pretty cheap shots in there guys, especially as it appears some of you haven't seen the whole film!
    Fox thought Apted was good enough (look at his pedigree) and "MR" Apted (a little respect please) thought the acting was good enough. He seems to be more qualified than most of us to judge.
    Seems to me some of you are setting out to find fault …. !!
    Maybe you should just skip the film altogether if it bothers you that much.
    Because if your just setting out to find fault ….. you will.
    Remember … as I have said before the cast do read these comments … and maybe you should remember one of the cast is a 10 year old girl. Perhaps you could learn to be more eloquent in your discussions, and also show a little more grace.
    Just my thoughts.

    • Pepper Darcy says:

      wow. I hadn't even though of Arabella even seeing these comments. I mean, I've always liked her addition. She was so sweet and cute; but I know she aspires to be an actress, and I think it'd break her heart if she thought people hated her addition to the story.

      I saw more of her in a T.V. spot last Saturday and it only confirmed how much I love her addition 🙂

      • sailor says:

        Maybe we should conduct all our conversations as if the person we are talking about is in the room. I know I have made the mistake of NOT doing that more than one on my life 😉

  14. Pepper Darcy says:

    Gael is so cute, and she goes instantly to Lucy, which is SO sweet! And I thought the dragon looked brilliant. It reminds me of the book! Aw! I just love Gael to pieces! She reminds me of Gwendoleth from my stories!! 🙂

    I think Lucy's acting has improved… dramatically! 🙂 And I love Ed's 'you've got to be joking' line! 🙂 Overall, very excited about that sequence! 🙂 TOMORROW! I can finally say: I'm watching it TOMORROW! 🙂

  15. trinity-hawkeye says:

    that was AWESOME!

  16. Martha says:

    I am thoroughly disappointed with how the dragon character is carried out in the movie. In the book, Eustace is remorseful. He does not attack anyone. He is helpful to the crew as they rebuild the ship. But what disappoints me most is how he becomes "un-dragon". Aslan scratching in the sand is not exciting or believable. In the book, Eustace tries scratching off layers of skins. When he fails, Aslan uses his paw to scratch deeply into Eustace to take off the dragon skin. This is much more a Christian allegory. That is what the point of the dragon is about.

  17. DoomsdayDan says:

    As many have already said, the acting in the third installation really isnt as good as the first and even the second. Also, the storyline really isnt very similar to the book. Not to say that i dont want to see it 😀 still definitely do

  18. This must've been the best clip 😉 😉