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The trailer was aired before the season two finale of True Detective on Monday (10th July). 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair' will be adapted for the big screen.The fourth book in the children's fantasy series written by C. Lewis will finally go into production - more than three years...
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Written and directed again by the Oscar-winning Shrek director Andrew Adamson, it also reunites the four young British actors - William Moseley (Peter), Anna Popplewell (Susan), Skandar Keynes (Edmund) and Georgie Henley (Lucy) - who first took on the roles of the Pevensie children.
Some notable names - Tilda Swinton (the White Witch) and James Mc Avoy (Mr Tumnus) - are absent this time around (although cameo appearances are rumoured), but others have arrived to fill their shoes.
The 26-year-old English actor Ben Barnes, a definite star in the making, takes on the title role and he is joined by Peter Dinklage (The Station Agent) as the Red Dwarf Trumpkin, Warwick Davis (Willow) as the Black Dwarf Nikabrik, and Sergio Castellitto - a huge star in his native Italy - as King Miraz.
In terms of voiceover, Liam Neeson will resume his role as Aslan and Eddie Izzard steps in as Reepicheep the mouse.A few weeks ago Caspian himself, Ben Barnes, had some words.Today Anna Popplewell and William Moseley, explain why Susan’s and Peter’s last journey into Narnia shouldn’t be missed…I suppose I should be used to it by now, but the scale has upped itself pretty-much proportionately going into this film. Having another fantasy race of people in the Telmarines, meant that we had hundreds and hundreds of extras playing soldiers on set.Some 255 extras on The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian - the more ordinary-looking among them dressed as Telmarine soldiers, others more exotically decked out as satyrs, fauns, minotaurs and centaurs - have been forced into the catering tent in search of hot drinks, while anxious production workers pore over long-range weather forecasts on their laptops. If the rain continues, the field - where two camera units and the entire 600-strong cast and crew are due to spend the next three weeks (the last of the 28-week shoot) filming the epic final battle scene - will be a mudbath.It is hard to believe that this soggy scene is anything to do with one of the most hotly anticipated films of 2008.It is nine o'clock in the morning in Meznabohy, a village one and a half hours outside Prague, but you would be forgiven for thinking that it was the middle of the night.