"The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian" one-sheet - NARNIA

Status: Post-Production
Filming: Complete
Release: May 16, 2008
Filming Pseudonym: Toastie
Film Title: The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
Production Company: Walden Media, Walt Disney Pictures (Buena Vista), Wimbleweather Ltd.
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Locations: Locations that appear in C.S. Lewis's PC Novel, should appear in the film. Filming in New Zealand, Prague, and Slovenia.
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Projected Timeline:
February 2006 - Announcement, Pre-production Begins
February 2007 - Filming Starts in Auckland, New Zealand through March. Moves to Prague in April of 2007, for four months.
August 2007 - Filming Ends, Post-production Starts
April 2008 - Post-production Ends
May 16, 2008 - Film Released

Walt Disney Pictures has released the teaser one-sheet for "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian," set for release on May 16, 2008. The second film based on the classic book series stars Ben Barnes as Prince Caspian and Liam Neeson as the voice of Aslan.

As one of the more character driven stories of the series, Caspian holds a number of adaptation challenges for the filmmakers. Not the least of which entails bringing one of my favorite characters to life: Reepicheep the Mouse.

While nearly every main character of the series exhibits traits of personal honor, valor and courage, Reepicheep holds each of these qualities almost to a fault. In fact, the little warrior may well have received that last statement as an insult, and challenged me to a duel, were he real.

The last film did rather well in terms of adaptation, though the finished cut massacred one of the more poignant lines from the book (who said anything about safe? Of course he isn’t safe—but he’s good). So I can only hope that a little moment involving Reepicheep’s tail survives the transition. Few better examples of solidarity exist in literature.