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  • The Chronicles of Narnia (film series) The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of fantasy

  • films from Walden Media based on The Chronicles of Narnia, a series of novels written by C.

  • S. Lewis. From the seven novels, there have been three film adaptations so farThe Lion,

  • the Witch and the Wardrobe , Prince Caspian and The Voyage of the Dawn Treader which have

  • grossed over $1.5 billion worldwide among them.

  • Films The series revolves around the adventures

  • of children in the fictional world of Narnia, guided by Aslan, a wise and powerful lion

  • that can speak and is the true king of Narnia. Most of the children featured in the films

  • are the Pevensie siblings, and a prominent antagonist is the White Witch (also known

  • as Jadis). The first two films were directed by Andrew Adamson and the third film is the

  • first of the Chronicles to be released in RealD 3D. It was directed by Michael Apted.

  • The series is the 25th highest-grossing film series of all time.

  • Development C. S. Lewis never sold the film rights to

  • the Narnia series, as he was skeptical that any cinematic adaptation could render the

  • more fantastical elements and characters of the story realistically. Only after seeing

  • a demo reel of CGI animals did Douglas Gresham (Lewis's stepson and literary executor, and

  • film co-producer) give approval for a film adaptation.

  • Although the plan was originally to produce the films in the same order as the book series'

  • original publication, it was reported that The Magician's Nephew, which recounts the

  • creation of Narnia, would be the fourth feature film in the series, instead of The Silver

  • Chair. It was rumored that The Magican's Nephew was chosen as an attempt to reboot the series,

  • as after the release of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader grossed less when compared to

  • the two previous films. In March 2011, Walden Media confirmed that they intended The Magician's

  • Nephew to be next in the series, but stressed that it was not yet in development.

  • In October 2011, Douglas Gresham stated that Walden Media's contract with the C. S. Lewis

  • estate had expired, hinting that Walden Media's lapse in renegotiating their contract with

  • the C. S. Lewis estate was due to internal conflicts between both companies about the

  • direction of future films. Although there is currently a moratorium on

  • the film rights, on October 1, 2013, The C.S. Lewis Company announced that The Chronicles

  • of Narnia: The Silver Chair was officially in pre-production.

  • Films The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005)

  • The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, based on the novel with the same title, is the first

  • official film in the series. Directed by Andrew Adamson, the films was shot mainly in New

  • Zealand, though locations were used in Poland, the Czech Republic and England.

  • The story follows four British children who are evacuated during the Blitz to the countryside

  • and find a wardrobe that leads to the fantasy world of Narnia; there, they must ally with

  • the lion Aslan against the forces of the White Witch, who has the world under an eternal

  • winter. The film was released theatrically starting

  • on December 9, 2005. The film grossed over $745 million worldwide, making it the 44th

  • highest grossing film worldwide of all time. Prince Caspian (2008)

  • Prince Caspian, based on the novel with the same title, is the second official film in

  • the series. The story follows four British children who

  • were transported to Narnia in the previous film returning to Narnia and finding out that

  • over 1300 years have passed and the land has been invaded by Telmarines. The four Pevensie

  • children (William Moseley, Anna Popplewell, Skandar Keynes, and Georgie Henley) return

  • to aid Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes) in his struggle for the throne against his corrupt

  • uncle, King Miraz (Sergio Castellitto). This is the last film to be distributed by Walt

  • Disney Pictures The film was released on May 16, 2008. It

  • grossed $419 million worldwide and was considered a moderate success.

  • The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010) The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, based on the

  • novel with the same title, is the third official film in the series. This is the first film

  • not co-produced by Disney, as they chose not to produce the film after a budget dispute

  • with Walden Media who later then negotiated with 20th Century Fox to replace Disney for

  • future installments. Directed by Michael Apted (replacing Andrew Adamson, who directed the

  • previous two films), the movie was filmed almost entirely in Australia.

  • The story follows the two younger Pevensie children as they return to Narnia with their

  • cousin, Eustace. They join the new king of Narnia, Caspian, in his quest to rescue seven

  • lost lords to save Narnia from a corrupting evil that resides on a dark island. This is

  • the last adventure Lucy and Edmund can have in Narnia as they are too old much like their

  • older brother and sister who are no longer able to return. Eustace is allowed to come

  • back. It was released on December 10, 2010 in RealD

  • 3D in select theaters, along with its wide 2D release. It grossed over $415 million worldwide.

  • Future As there are seven books in The Chronicles

  • of Narnia, each book could potentially become a theatrical feature film.

  • After Walden Media's contract in regards to the series' film rights expired in 2011, it

  • was originally assumed that 2014 would be the earliest that production on another Narnia

  • film could begin, according to the moratorium placed on the C. S. Lewis estate's right to

  • sell the books' film option. However, in May 2012, Gresham confirmed that

  • technically any studio still has the option of making a Narnia film during the moratorium,

  • but without the involvement of Walden Media it cannot be released until 2018 at the earliest

  • (the actual end year of the moratorium). On October 1, 2013, The C.S. Lewis Company

  • announced that it has entered into an agreement with the Mark Gordon Company to produce The

  • Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair. Mark Johnson and Douglas Gresham along with Vincent

  • Sieber, the Los Angeles based director of The C.S. Lewis Company, will serve as producers

  • and work with The Mark Gordon Company on developing the script. On December 5, 2013, it was confirmed

  • that David Magee will write the screenplay. Main cast

  • Children William Moseley as Peter Pevensie, title:

  • King Peter the Magnificent, the eldest Pevensie child and the High King of Narnia.

  • Anna Popplewell as Susan Pevensie, title: Queen Susan the Gentle, the elder Pevensie

  • girl and Queen of Narnia. Skandar Keynes as Edmund Pevensie, title:

  • King Edmund the Just, the younger Pevensie boy and King of Narnia.

  • Georgie Henley as Lucy Pevensie, title: Queen Lucy the Valiant, the youngest Pevensie child

  • and Queen of Narnia. Will Poulter as Eustace Scrubb, the Pevensie

  • children's cousin. Other recurring characters

  • Liam Neeson as the voice of Aslan, the magnificent and powerful lion who helps govern Narnia,

  • his own creation. He is the only character to appear in all of the books.

  • Tilda Swinton as Jadis, the White Witch, the former queen of Charn and a witch who ruled

  • Narnia after the events of The Magician's Nephew and during the events of The Lion,

  • the Witch and the Wardrobe. Ben Barnes as Caspian X, the Telmarine prince

  • who becomes King of Narnia after overthrowing his evil uncle Miraz.

  • Eddie Izzard and later Simon Pegg as the voice of Reepicheep, the noble and courageous mouse

  • who fights for Aslan and the freedom of Narnia. Izzard played the character in Prince Caspian,

  • and Pegg took over the role in The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

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