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Thursday, 27 November 2008

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawntreader Concept Art

Some concept art for the new Narnia film, The Voyage of The Dawntreader. What did you think of Prince Caspian and will you be looking forward to this new one?


Anonymous said...

Wardrobe was alright, Prince Caspian was weak (but then so was the book) and Dawntreader looks nice. That was my favourite of the Narnia series so I hoped they get this one right.

Anonymous said...

Both the books and films are dire! Written by some Tolkien wanna be with a bad bible complex. I'd rather comb my arse hair than watch or read anymore of that pap! IMO LOL

Live for films said...

But what do you really think of them "So What are you.."? LOL

I always enjoyed the books when I was a kid, but I thought the first film was a missed opportunity. The animated version was a lot better. Not seen Prince Caspian and not sure if I will.

Like Fizz said the Dawntreader book was the best of the books.