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Ben Barnes is the actor who will soon take the part of Prince Caspian in the latest Narnia Film. He has also starred in Stardust, Bigga than Ben and The History Boys. He was also in the group Hyrise.
Currently filming Easy Virtue playing the part of John Whittaker.

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Have a Great New Year
I hope everyone has a great New Year a few pictures. Nothing totally new but a few angles we've not seen before.
Misc Candids Empire Awards 9th March Prince Caspian Sydney Premiere
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Merry Christmas
Merry Christmas

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Screen Scans
Thanks to Wlin for the scans from Screen
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Posted on 24 Dec 2008 by Tsaress
Disney Quits on Dawn Treader
From http://themovingpicture.net

While the second installment in the Chronicles of Narnia series didn’t exactly blow the roof off the box office, I definitely didn’t see this coming. Disney has announced that for budgetary and logistical reasons it is not exercising its option to co-produce and co-finance the third Narina movie with Walden Media.

The third entry in the series, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, based on the classic book by C.S. Lewis, was in preproduction and set for a spring shoot for a planned May 2010 release. This new development puts all of that in question.

Michael Apted (Amazing Grace, The World Is Not Enough) was on board to direct a script by Steven Knight and the key players of the second installment, Prince Caspian Ben Barnes, Georgie Henley, William Moseley and Anna Popplewell were set to return for the third film.

Walden has a strong relationship with the Lewis estate and will shop Treader in hopes of finding a new partner. According to the trades, the most likely candidate at this stage is Fox, which markets and distributes Walden fare under the Fox Walden banner.

The first film, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, was shot mostly in New Zealand for $180 million. Caspian, which filmed in the Czech Republic, Mexico and New Zealand, cost $200 million.

Lion grossed $292 million domestically and another $453 million internationally in 2005. Earlier this year, Prince Caspian made $141 million in North America and another $278 million internationally.

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Cut Magazine
Huge thanks to Wlin for sending the below to the site.
From Cut Magazine Jan
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