Narnia – December 9th

Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe (official site) is set for release on December 9th 2005. It’s a Walden Media film, but Disney is distributing, so expect a big push to start any time now. NarniaFans.com is a great place to start if you’re looking for more information on the film. It’s very much like TheOneRing.net was for Lord of The Rings. Keeping NarniaFans on their toes is NarniaWeb.com, which takes a very close second place. NarniaWeb is organizing ‘Lion Parties‘ for Narnia fans who want to camp out for the premier a la Star Wars.

Based on the movie trailer I’ve seen and my childhood reading of the books, I’m very much looking forward to these movies. Not quite at the level of Lord of the Rings, I actually went back and reread those books before the movies came out, but I’m still pretty excited. What’s your general feeling? The comments are open.

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4 Responses to Narnia – December 9th

  1. Mark says:

    I never could get into LotR, but I have loved Narnia since I was in 3rd grade and reread the books several times. I can’t wait for the movie and hope it lives up to my expectations, which are probably higher then they should be.

  2. Chuck (married to Mellie Helen) says:

    Sadly, when I first heard Disney was making a Narnia movie, I was frightened. But when I saw the trailer, I got excited. As I work on a computer I’ve named Narnia with a hard drive I’ve named Aslan, I feel similar to how I did when expecting Lord of the Rings. I’ve read the Narnia books at least four times, and recently began listening to the BBC radio dramitizations with my kids. I’m hoping that the movie will be done well enough that after previewing it with my wife I’ll be able to take the kids to see it. I can’t wait!

    Chuck

  3. Merlin (married to Mellie Helen) says:

    Sadly, when I first heard Disney was making a Narnia movie, I was frightened. But when I saw the trailer, I got excited. As I work on a computer I’ve named Narnia with a hard drive I’ve named Aslan, I feel similar to how I did when expecting Lord of the Rings. I’ve read the Narnia books at least four times, and recently began listening to the BBC radio dramitizations with my kids. I’m hoping that the movie will be done well enough that after previewing it with my wife I’ll be able to take the kids to see it. I can’t wait!

    Chuck

  4. Jag-X says:

    Boy, I can’t wait…

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