Pevensie Actors Filming “Something Really Exciting”

Georgie Henley (Lucy), Anna Popplewell (Susan), and William Moseley (Peter) have reunited again. And apparently they are working on something for fans. In a candid behind-the-scenes video, Georgie told her Instagram followers:

“Guys, we filmed something really exciting for you. And Skandar couldn’t make it. Which is so sad. We love you, Skandar. But you guys are going to have a really really fun time.”

Georgie Henley

Watch the video here.

Thanks to Elizabeth for the alert.

UPDATE:

Ben Barnes (Caspian) has posted a photo that also includes himself, Andrew Adamson (Director), and Alina Phelan (Andrew’s assistant):

Thanks to ‘Louloudi the Centaur’ for the alert.

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22 Responses

  1. Glumpuddle says:

    Hoping for a short film taking place in the golden age.

  2. narnia fan 7 says:

    Hmm…

  3. The Rose-Tree Dryad says:

    If they were closer to filming Narnia on Netflix, I’d think they were going to film a cameo… but at this point this seems more like a “fan” project (except it’s made by the actual actors instead of fans!). Either way, super curious to see what they’re up to!

    Maybe they’re hoping that this might catch the eye of Netflix, too? I doubt we’d see them reprise their roles, but if they plan on “expanding” the material, I’m sure some fans would be excited to see Anna play Queen Swanwhite, or Will as King Gale, et cetera. (Hard to imagine Georgie playing anyone but Lucy, though!)

  4. Trufflehuntress says:

    It’s so great that they’re all still friends, and kind enough to remember the fans. <3

  5. Cleander says:

    Some folks worry that these guys will forget about Narnia and just move on with their careers. I don’t think so.
    So looking forward to whatever they’re up to!

  6. I hope this will have something to do with a Netflix adaptation of “The Horse and His Boy”!

  7. Movie Aristotle says:

    Sounds mysterious… and exciting!

  8. Anfinwen says:

    I wonder if it could be something like and announcement or promotional video for Netflix. That would be a way to draw attention and create a buzz about the new series and help old fans get on board.

  9. Lauren says:

    Please be something Narnia related. Please be something Narnia related. Please! Please! Please!

  10. JFG II says:

    Maybe they will end their adventures in Narnia with a fan-made adaptation of “Farewell to Shadowlands”.

  11. Just Queen, not High Queen says:

    Ironic that this was announced on the eleventh anniversary of Prince Caspian’s theatrical release. Wonder if it’s related.

  12. Alsan#1Fan says:

    They are so cool. I love them so much and am so excited to see what they’re up to!

  13. Fireflower says:

    Some people move on…
    But not us.
    (Couldn’t help it)

    It’s almost like the scene in Last Battle where the friends of Narnia gather together to tall of old Narnian adventures (but Ed missing this time instead of Susan…)

  14. Just Queen, not High Queen says:

    All these recent cast reunions have made me think that maybe there should be a Narnia convention of some kind, maybe to celebrate the fifteenth anniversary of the first film’s release. That’d be cool if it’s possible.

  15. jiangshanghan says:

    i hope the 4 will be hold on soon,i really like this series

  16. Christopher says:

    Andrew Adamson needs to direct The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew. We want to hear the first notes of Harry Gregson-Williams’ Narnia theme when Aslan creates Narnia, because NO other musical theme will satisfy. Bring back Tilda Swinton as Jadis, Liam Neeson as Aslan, and, if possible, cast Jack Davenport as Andrew Ketterley. Come on, Andrew! Finish what you started. We’re all waiting, and we believe that deep down inside, you want to do it. Admit it: You KNOW you want to. If Peter Jackson did it with The Hobbit, then you can do it with The Magician’s Nephew.

    • Col Klink says:

      What do you mean by “Harry Gregson-Williams’ Narnia theme?” I really like a lot of the music that Gregson-Williams did for the Narnia movies but none of it sounds like Aslan’s song from The Magician’s Nephew to me. (To be fair, I’m not sure a mortal composer could capture the book’s description.) Do you mean the heroic theme that first plays when the Pevensies emerge from the melting river? That was actually one of the themes I didn’t like though I didn’t hate it or anything. Interesting that it makes you think of TMN.

      • Christopher says:

        Put in the DVD of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (It’s on both The Extended Edition, as well as the Theatrical). The music that is played when it goes to the menu is, pretty much, the main Narnia theme. Since Aslan created Narnia with music, that inherently means that Aslan “created” that tune, and the way you would pull that off is say, if a composer stretched out each individual note, starting very . . . very . . . VERY . . . slowly, to where it sounded like the first 4 notes in the intro were being held for about 12 counts, like when the stars come out and such, and the theme gradually became richer as the orchestra grew, and more elements were being created, it could tie in very beautifully. As for the ending of The Magician’s Nephew, I literally put on “Evacuating London” over my reading the final bit where lightning strikes the Narnian tree, and Digory gathers the wood, takes it to the mansion, and starts carving the Wardrobe. I imagined him covering the wardrobe with the sheet, and the “magical” part of the track starting when he latches the door. Aslan roars from behind the wardrobe, and that wistful song starts playing over the credits (or, to state more accurately, the credits I imagined seeing in my head when I finished the book). Finishing the book in this fashion actually brought me to tears, and I loved it so much, I intend to play “Evacuating London” every time I finish reading The Magician’s Nephew.

  17. Christopher says:

    Will we actually get an update on this story when whatever Andrew Adamson and the cast are filming is finished? I really hope we’ll hear something soon!

  18. Tim Lemmens says:

    Very curious about this. Very curious.

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