Narnia: Prince Caspian

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

So I haven't done this in a long time...

Sorry about the lack of updates... Caspian is now long gone from theaters, and I am left wondering what to do with this blog... So.... I have decided to post my Narnia graphics. To start off, here are a few of Anna Popplewell.

Tuesday, April 29, 2008

3 New Posters for Caspian!

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Trailer and Behind the Scenes Video From Prince Caspian

Behind the Scenes Vedeo:


Anna Popplewell and William Moseley talk about Prince Caspian
As the release of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian draws ever nearer, Rotten Tomatoes has been inviting members of the cast and crew to give readers a glimpse into the new film. Anna Popplewell and William Moseley, explain why Susan's and Peter's [MAJOR SPOILERS - Do NOT proceed unless you've read the books] last journey into Narnia shouldn't be missed. To read the interview vist this link:
Prince Caspian Selects Switchfoot's 'This Is Home' For Soundtrack
The Christian rock band Switchfoot has recorded a new original song, "This Is Home" for the latest Walt Disney Studios and Walden Media film The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. The song will be featured during the film credits and will be included on the original Walt Disney Records soundtrack CD, which will be released on May 13 (the film opens on May 16). To read the full article click the link below:
Ben Barnes as Prince Caspian
August 20th 1981
Member of the National Youth Music Theatre 1997-2003.
Graduated with a degree in English and Drama from Kingston University in 2004.
Previous Films:
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Prince Caspian
Easy Virtue (2009) (post-production) .... John Whittaker
Bigga Than Ben (2008) .... Cobakka
Stardust (2007) .... Young Dunstan Thorn
Split Decision (2006) (TV) .... Chris Wilbur

Pictures from the Movie:

About Prince Caspian (The Character)

The Story of Prince Caspian:
Warning!!! ****Spoilers!!****
Prince Caspian lives with his uncle, King Miraz, in a Telmarine castle in Narnia. His nurse tells him stories of Old Narnia, when animals talked and the trees were awake, and Caspian longs for those days to return, but they seem to be only the stuff of legend. When Miraz learns of the tales that Caspian's nurse has been telling him, she is removed and a tutor, Doctor Cornelius, is hired for the young prince. But Doctor Cornelius is also an advocate of Old Narnia. One night, Doctor Cornelius wakes Caspian and tells him that Queen Prunaprismia has had a son, and the doctor believes Miraz intends to kill Caspian so that his own son could be king. Cornelius gives Queen Susan's enchanted horn to Caspian and tells him to ride to Archenland where he will be safe. As Caspian travels through the forest, it begins to storm and he is knocked unconscious by a falling branch. When he awakens, he finds himself being helped by Old Narnians — a Talking Badger and two Dwarfs. After hearing his story, they accept him as their king, and he leads them to war against Miraz and the Telmarines. When the Old Narnians have lost a series of battles and morale is low, Caspian blows Queen Susan's enchanted horn to call for aid. The horn pulls the four Pevensies back into Narnia. When the Pevensies finally reach Caspian at Aslan's How, High King Peter suggests that he send Miraz a challenge to single combat to fight for Caspian's right to the throne. Caspian fights at the second Battle of Beruna and takes part in the victory over the Telmarines. Caspian is eventually crowned King of Narnia, although, being humble, he does not feel himself sufficient. -From