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Trailer for Prince Caspian

In case any fans hadn’t seen it yet, the trailer for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian debuted last night and was rolled out across the web. NarniaWeb has the trailer as well as links to download it in HD. Overall it looks good. The CGI animals from the first movie were well done and… Read More »Trailer for Prince Caspian

Narnia: Interview with two young stars

I’m betting that somewhere in Burbank there are a lot of crossed fingers and rabbit’s feet right now. They’ll need all the luck they can’t to break out of the Hollywood Box Office slump. The studio is trying to tap into the audiences of both Harry Potter and Lord of The Rings with the Narnia… Read More »Narnia: Interview with two young stars

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. is a great place to start if you’re looking for more information on the film. It’s very… Read More »Narnia – December 9th

No God in Narnia?

a film maker will usually in some way attempt to communicate the thematic or symbolic undertones of a novel he is converting- if only to prove he’s not some dumb hack. But do videogame developers share the same concerns? I mean, I’m not expecting them to put a little pointer above Aslan saying ‘Look, it’s… Read More »No God in Narnia?


CNN picks up the story of Jim Hill’s booting from Disneyland as a result of his rogue tours. More bad publicity for Disney. (Update: btw, just thought I’d point out that Jim Hill is technically not a blogger but is in fact online magazine. CNN calling Jim a blogger has erked some people.) Meanwhile Jim… Read More »Roundup

Narnia, the next big thing?

Disney’s filming a ‘live action’ version of the Chronicles of Narnia. Some artwork made it onto the net this weekend. C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien were contemporaries and there is hope up in Burbank that this will be the next Lord of The Rings, or even Harry Potter, at the box office. If not there’s… Read More »Narnia, the next big thing?