“The Voyage of the Dawn Treader” Coming to Disney+ in October

Since the launch of Disney’s streaming platform, fans have been wondering when the third of Walden Narnia’s movies would be added to the library. According to tvinsider, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader will be available for streaming October 9th.

The movie was originally distributed by Fox in 2010. Disney acquired Fox last year.

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Prince Caspian have been on Disney+ since its launch.

16 Responses

  1. Cleander says:

    Hurray, I guess.
    At any rate, it’s good to see a movie which is rumored to have something to do with the Narnia books getting some attention….

  2. Larry W. says:

    Although this movie has been much criticized, I liked it a lot. It’s the kind of film that you can love even for the acting and visual appearance even though it could have been much better. I guess some people have almost been angry with it, but I have to say I rather enjoyed it. I especially liked Georgie Henley’s and Will Poulter’s acting. I own the blu-ray, but it is nice that it Is offered at another source.

  3. JFG II says:

    Let’s do an official Narnia marathon this winter (with commentary again):

    LWW – December 9th
    PC – December 9th & 10th
    VDT – December 10th

    GlumPuddle and Company would be SO excited, especially for movie #3. Sorry. 😛 😀

  4. Keeper of Lantern Waste says:

    Oh my, yes! Except that timeline is over my finals I think 😛

  5. Keeper of Lantern Waste says:

    Is VDT in this promotional? I’ve watched it twice and don’t see it 🙂

    On an unrelated note, the Black Beauty movie they’re promoting, is that based off the book? It’s been a bit since I read it, but I can’t think of any part of the book where those scenes would take place

  6. Narnian from Pakistan says:


  7. Reepicheep775 says:

    You know it’s been several years since I last saw the VDT movie. I think I’ve re-watched PC and LWW twice since then and when it got around to VDT I just didn’t bother. I’m re-reading the book right now though. Maybe I’ll give it another shot once I’m done…

  8. EH says:

    Yes, if I treat it as just a movie, with no expectations, I like it. It is a decent and fun movie. I do like it, but I think the BBC version of Dawn Treader has a greater place in my heart.

  9. Movie Aristotle says:

    I’m glad that all three movies in the trilogy have found a common home.

  10. Skilletdude says:

    VODT deserves all the negative criticism it gets. It was a betrayal of the book’s original plot and message, and just a sloppy movie in general. It’s not even in my collection. To see it get more exposure on Disney+ is unfortunate.

    Am I bitter? Probably. 😉

  11. Col Klink says:

    It’s interesting that this has so many comments already. I thought most of the Narnia fans had already seen and, if they liked it, already owned the movie. It is kind of interesting that it’s only on Disney+ now though. Does anyone know if there was a copyright issue with it? Or were they just holding it in reserve to keep people from dropping the streaming service sooner?

  12. Just Queen, not High Queen says:

    So it’s on Disney+ and they are acknowledging it as one of their properties. If only they could have distributed it to begin with!
    Also, why couldn’t they have included a clip from it in the promotional? And I thought Fox already did a bad enough job of not acknowledging it’s existence when it was initially released.

  13. Larry W. says:

    The BBC version is more accurate to the original story. I loved the music that was used in the soundtrack of that version, although the movie’s music was very good. I wish that they had the money and technology that the movie had so many years later.

  14. Glenwit says:

    Same…oh well.

  15. Geekicheep says:

    I couldn’t agree more! Hooray, I guess. It was definitely a decent spin-off. I mean, it obviously took place in a different Narnia, a different pool in the Wood between the Worlds. It had little in common with the books, but definitely a fun little spin-off. Like Larry W, I was one of those who actually did like it, though I hate to admit it. It just wasn’t the Narnia we all know and love.

  16. Jamie says:

    Still not on Disney+