New President at Mark Gordon Pictures Worked on Narnia

Producer Bibby Dunn has been promoted to President of Mark Gordon Pictures, according to Deadline. Mark Gordon, who is a producer on Netflix’s upcoming Narnia films and series, previously stepped down from the position in 2019 to focus on television and film content, and Dunn will now fill that role.

In their write-up, Deadline reports that Bibby Dunn worked on Narnia:

She … worked with Gordon on the acquisition and packaging of the entire Narnia catalogue of fantasy novels at Netflix, which the company is currently developing as various film and television properties.

NarniaWeb also recently confirmed that Netflix’s Narnia franchise is still in active development.

6 Responses

  1. EJH says:

    It’s good to hear more news. Maybe soon well be able to watch great adaptions of all the Narnian chronicles!

  2. Frodo Lives says:

    Netflix, it’s been 3 years: Stop dragging yer feet & commit to Narnia already! 🙂
    Sincerely, a fan.

    P.S. You won’t read this, but we’ll remember this.

  3. Frodo Lives says:

    P.P.S. It’s not a threat. It’s a fact. We’ve been waiting a decade and we’re not growing any younger. It’s just the way of things: Netflix, do it or please give Narnia to someone else. This is all just an open rant. 🙂

    P.P.P.S. Congrats to Bibby Dunn on becoming president at MG Pictures.

  4. Reepicheep775 says:

    It’s always cool when Narnia is mentioned in a news article.

    Of course, it doesn’t give us any juicy details to discuss, but I’ll take what I can get. 🙂

  5. John says:

    I agree. We’ve been waiting for so long now and there hasn’t been anything . If they can’t make them they could just say so and hand it over to someone else. There’s no shame for Netflix if they do because it’s so popular. So netflix: If you cant do it, hand it over.
    Because we all can’t wait to see the new Narnia adaptions. Probably even the cast and crew of the 2005 -2010 movies cuz they probably want to see which is better too.

  6. Cyberlucy says:

    I doubt they are dragging their feet so much as good adaptations take time. A lot of time. LOTR was in development for years before they even went into production. .