The Horse and His Boy Trailer

February 23, 2012

This one is the trailer of "The Horse and His Boy". Which tells a story that occured when four pevensie grasp as high king.

The Chronicles of Narnia The Silver Chair FANTRAILER

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Interview with William Moseley

February 10, 2012

Exclusive Interview with William Moseley, Peter Pevensie
Sunday, April 30th, 2006 by Paul Martin

Our Dancing Lawn Moderator ‘~Rogue~’ has done it again! She’s gotten an interview with William Moseley, the actor that portrayed Peter Pevensie in the Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. He’s also signed on for Prince Caspian. Anyway, here’s the exclusive interview:

1.Do you have a religion and if so what is it?
Urm I do believe in God but I’m not very religious, I’m…probably Christianity

2.What is your favourite brand of jeans?
Favourite brand of jeans……probably Sevens.

3.What other films have you auditioned for apart from Narnia?
I auditioned for Prince Harry, I auditioned for a film called Goodbye Mr Chips, I auditioned for a film called Lorna Doone. Lots of different things really

4.If you weren’t acting, what would you be doing now?

Fact About Narnia

Part 1:

Nama-nama asli dari anak-anak Ann, Martin, Rose, dan Peter.
Draft pertama dari “Sang Singa, sang Penyihir, dan Lemari” selesai pada 1949.
Draft pertama dari “Sang Singa, sang Penyihir, dan Lemari” yang terkandung tidak menyebutkan Aslan.
Kata “Jadis” berarti “penyihir” dalam bahasa Persia.
“Aslan” adalah kata Turki untuk “singa.”

“Cair Paravel” berarti “sebuah pengadilan lebih rendah” (Inggris Kuno:. “Caer” berarti “pengadilan” dan “paravail” berarti “kurang” atau “bawah”) Dengan kata lain, raja Narnia berada di bawah Aslan. 

Fact About Production of Prince Caspian

Funny Fact about The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

Di sini akan dibahas tentang fakta-fakta unik pembuatan film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe. Check this out!

Para pembuat film meminta izin untuk membawa dua belas rusa kutub ke Selandia Baru untuk menarik kereta es P...enyihir Putih. Menteri Pertanian dan Kehutanan menolak permintaan tersebut karena takut akan bahaya virus Demam Q yang mematikan dari populasi rusa kutub dari Amerika Utara. Walaupun begitu, sepuluh serigala diizinkan dibawa untuk proses syuting di Auckland.

Interview with Georgie Henley and Will Poulter

February 3, 2012 I just wanted to ask you guys what your favourite part of this movie was, or this book-both?  And why?

Georgie Henley: With my favourite book [Dawn Treader] I really love all the stuff in the book at the end, with all the sea of lilies and everything, I just think it gets you going, you always know something’s going to happen so it’s exciting, but it’s also really sad. It really gets me going, actually. In the film, I love doing stuff on the boat; it’s just a masterpiece that I get to work on. Um, and I think people are going to have such a visual experience when they see it, but we loved shooting on the boat, I love the way it looks on the boat.

Will Poulter: Yeah, and I echo what Georgie said the boat adds a certain type of depth to the film and was such a beautiful set and addition to the film as well. And filming on it was so much fun, you know, and the chance to work with something like that, we felt so lucky.

Georgie: It was a big deal!

Will: It was great! Yeah.

NF: That is awesome! And actually, speaking of that, [to Will] I was just wanting to ask what it was like to join in with these three main characters who had all worked together before?

Will: Yeah, of course! It was a bit like what Georgie has been saying, sort of like the new boy at school, first day at school, new kid on the block kind of feel, and I was quite apprehensive. I suppose I felt quite nervous about this already formed group of really good friends. But these guys are so friendly, they made me feel so welcome, like a house on fire, we had so much fun, it just made it so much easier to me. And I really appreciated that.

NF: And one for you Georgie, how was, you know, maybe you didn’t necessarily film the last scene of the book last, but the last scene you filmed, can you talk about your emotion knowing it was your last time in this major role?

Georgie: It was a really big deal actually. In our last scene, we did tons of stuff in first unit, and then the end of the film was just kind of wrapping stuff up on second unit it was a real anti-climax actually. But our last scene in first unit was Skandar has this huge stunt towards the end of the film which is great, it’s like a Jack Sparrow moment almost it’s fantastic. And we were kind of filming the mechanics of that, and I didn’t really realize it was my last shot with the first unit until [Director] Michael [Apted] came up to the boat, and started making this speech and I just started crying my eyes out. Michael had tears in his eyes and we were all just going crazy and it was really weird, because it was like everyone in wardrobe, everyone in make up, they were all gonna see me again for the next two weeks, but they were still really upset because they felt like it’s the end of something even though it’s continuing. It was crazy!

NF: Kind of how we felt reading the last books, you know?

Georgie: Of course, yeah!

NF: Well speaking of the directors, what are kind of the biggest differences working with the two directors?

Georgie: Well, I think it’s like you said, “differences” they’re both so different, like everyone says who’s better, but you can’t even compare them, and also the first two films are so different from the dawn treader in the film-making style and everything. So I think it’s injected something really different into the franchise. They as people are just complete different. [Director of Wardrobe, and Caspian] Andrew [Adamson] is just so laid back and chilled, and also thinks about bigger picture and always incorporating effects into how he thinks it’s going to look, and thinking about kind of the camera and everything, whereas Michael’s just so dry it’s hilarious, so British.

Will: He’s an actor’s director as well.

Georgie: You can just almost see that he knows his job is the actors and he understands that like camera guys do camera stuff, effects guys do effects stuff. He’s so centered on the acting, like with us the whole time and everything. So it’s a different experience, but they’re such great guys, you know we’re so lucky.

NF: [To Will] Were there any initiation things they had to put you through, the first time?

Georgie: He kept saying sorry all the time!

Will: Well, I kept messing up so much, that’s why!
[all laughing]

Georgie: All the time! He just literally, he’d just be like “sorry, s-s-sorry-sorry sorry.” [doing her Will impression], it was so sweet.

Will: Ya know I was so nervous, my first scene, it was actually really weird; my first scene I ever did with these guys was the audition scene that I had done about a year prior, with them.

Georgie: Yeah! You’re right!

Will: So my final audition for the part was with these guys and it was going into narnia, and it was before, and it was actually in Lucy’s room in the house. And that’s actually the first scene I ever shot with those guys. And of course the last scene of the film is going back into that room saying goodbye. So it was quite a sort of strange day and we’d actually almost like rehearsed that enough times.

Georgie: We’d rehearsed it so many times and then I don’t think we used you until like the last shot of the day or something. Because, you know, there’s this bond between Edmund and lucy and then Eustace comes in. And it was just crazy to have him on set, because it was like, we’d never worked with you before! It was amazing!

NF: Who’s this new guy you know? [laughs]

Georgie, Will: Yeah, exactly!

Will: Who is this guy, get him off of here!

Georgie: Loved it though!

Will [to Georgie]: You have to say that though!
[Everyone laughs]

NF: Well, I guess another question about the books, I read that Georgie’s favourite book is Voyage of the Dawn Treader…

Georgie: Definitely, yeah.

NF: I just wanted to know [to Will] what your background with the books is-favourite one, when did you read them? You know, were they important to you growing up, anything like that?

Will: Yeah, actually, well, when I was a kid, I read Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, loads. And it was one of my favourite books. And like we [to Georgie] have said, it’s kind of like a rite to passage in everyone’s childhood, to just read the books.

Georgie: Especially British children, yes.

Will: Exactly! Yeah, absolutely. And I think lots of people we so happy to see the books being converted into films, because they’re all so popular and ingrained in the culture in so many people. And obviously I read Voyage of the Dawn Treader a number of times kind of as research, but it’s by far my favourite book, and I hear a lot of people say that, and I think that’s why a lot of people are so excited about this film, because it is portraying their favourite book, there’s new characters, there’s new creatures and it’s just, it’s just exciting, I think! And as you said it’s more of the magic and adventure of the first film coming back in a completely new context, as well, on the boat. So it’s exciting, really really exciting!

NF: Well, that is great, we’re very very excited about it. So, let’s see what haven’t I asked yet…What are some of the most significant themes in the movie or book?

Georgie: I think the most significant theme is temptation. I think that’s the main one. Because every character faces its own temptation. Kind of out of the main four I guess you could say-Caspian, Euastace, Edmund, Lucy-everyone goes through their own…

Will: Battles and temptations.

Georgie: Temptation, and also their own transformation as well. Like how they overcome that temptation. Kind of cause them to have a transformation in their character. So I mean, for Eustace, it’s kind of a physical transformation but for the rest of us, it’s more like emotional transformation, kind of becoming even more mature, or learning something you didn’t know before.

Will: And also, subsequent to the battle and temptation, there’s sort of a theme of redemption as well, you know. I think Georgie certainly experiences that and you know [Edmund Pevensie’s character] Skandar [Keynes] experiences that as well and Eustace does certainly with the transformation of the dragon. You know it’s just a very influential theme in the film, and certainly very important.

Georgie: I think one of the really cool things about this film, is that it actually takes a lot of things from the book which aren’t played upon a lot…

Will: So implicit

Georgie: Yeah, in the characters, for instance, you do find out a little bit about Lucy’s jealousy of her sister, but it’s not really explained a lot, whereas in the film, it’s kind of the whole arc of my character-yeah, and it’s really great to have something grittier to put my teeth into instead of always playing very sweet and very [*smiley facial expression*] roles.

NF: Well, speaking of that, which Lucy version was your favourite one to play in? Which of the three films?

Georgie: Um, I really did like playing her in Voyage of the Dawn Treader, because she also got a lot more stunts. And I did like taking on the idea of her taking on a more action woman role. But then, I mean, she is sweet and naive so of course, I think everyone prefers her in Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, because she is, I think, she’s cute, [joking] I mean I was quite cute back then!
[all laughing]

Georgie: So everyone, you know…oh, I’m so embarrassed now.

NF: No, no, you’re great!

Will: No, don’t be silly! It’s true!

Georgie: So you know, I think that’s kind of people’s favourite film for Lucy, because that’s when they fell in love with her, but I hope they like her in the Dawn Treader.

NF: I think most of your fans would disagree, I think they would all agree that you’re absolutely every bit as cute in the second and third movies.
[everyone laughs]

Georgie: Thank you!

NF: Along similar lines, Will, was it more fun to play the Eustace pre-dragon, or Eustace post-dragon?

Will: Ya know I was so fed up with being such a brat on set the whole time
[everyone laughs]

Will: I love being kind of like a nice-ish character. But it was really fun playing…Of course, I didn’t get to play much of the transformation, because a lot of that happened in special effects, you know during that time that I was a dragon, and Reepicheep almost kind of mentoring him if you like and sort of you know, guiding him towards a better future for him and everyone else, I think! And it’s a bit of a shame I didn’t get to play that but I did get to play the two sides of him afterwards, and he’s almost a different person after that transformation and that was quite cool. And I enjoyed that opportunity you know, to play his different dimensions. Because, you know, he was a really fun character to play, as annoying as he was in the beginning it was really tough, but it was amazing.

Georgie: He is hilarious in the film!

NF: We can’t wait! I’m sure.

Will: I’m a bit nervous for it, [to Georgie] wouldn’t you say?

NF: Oh no! Well, actually, yeah, how are you guys feeling, as far as like you know, it’s going to hit the screen, everybody’s going to see it December 10th, what are your feelings looking forward to that?

Georgie: I was really nervous. Then I saw the film, and actually, it was the first time that I’ve walked out of a Narnia film and thought…Well, because I’m always very critical of myself, but I came out of Dawn Treader and I actually had watched the film as a whole instead of just criticizing my performance, for the first time I watched it which kind of, to me, makes it seem like it’s such a visual experience like the colors, the effects…

Will: It looks incredible!

Georgie: Yeah, especially, we didn’t even see it in 3D, but I’m very excited.

Will: Yeah, it’s so right for 3D, there’s so many visuals and creatures and just the sorcery and all that kind of-it’s hard to explain-but when you see it, just all the magic of it is just gonna enliven it.

Georgie: And I love the comedy aspect to it as well, because we’ve never really tried much with comedy, we’ve kind of had a few jokes every now and again. But I mean, this guy [jokingly punches Will] this guy! so funny, literally, and there’s plenty of comedy from the other characters.

NF: That is fantastic! Well, we can’t wait, thank you so much!
Georgie: Give us a high five!

NF: Absolutely!

Georgie: And it’s really nice to talk to someone who’s really passionate about it.

Will: Well, it’s quite true, it’s been the best interview we’ve had so far.

Georgie: Yes, it’s been really great, thank you!

NF: Well, thank you so much!

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Fact about William Moseley

Full Name: William Peter Moseley
Date of Birth: April 27, 1987
Born: Gloucestershire, England
Age: 19
Height: 5'11 (1.80 meter and 63kg)
Hair Color: Brown (hair color was lightened for the role of Peter in "Narnia")
Eye Color: Blue
Zodiac Sign: Taurus
Pets: a cat and a goldfish
Parents: Peter and Julie Moseley

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Exclusive Interview with William MOseley, Skandar Keynes

The Boys of Narnia: William Moseley and Skandar Keynes Interview

From Girl’s Life: As if you don’t know, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, a tale of four sibs who enter an icy, magical world through a closet, in theaters now. The film’s two kings, William Moseley, 18, and Skandar Keynes, 15, phoned us from their homes near London.
What was the most exciting part about being in this film?
Skandar Keynes:
The free food!

Exclusive Interview with William Moseley

Our Dancing Lawn Moderator ‘~Rogue~’ has done it again! She’s gotten an interview with William Moseley, the actor that portrayed Peter Pevensie in the Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. He’s also signed on for Prince Caspian. Anyway, here’s the exclusive interview:

1.Do you have a religion and if so what is it?
Urm I do believe in God but I’m not very religious, I’m…probably Christianity

2.What is your favourite brand of jeans?
Favourite brand of jeans……probably Sevens.

3.What other films have you auditioned for apart from Narnia?
I auditioned for Prince Harry, I auditioned for a film called Goodbye Mr Chips, I auditioned for a film called Lorna Doone. Lots of different things really

4.If you weren’t acting, what would you be doing now?
Probably be at University now I should imagine. Apart from my exams…I’ll probably stick to acting.

5.Who’s the most insane person in the Narnia cast/crew?
Hmm a cross between Georgie and Skandar.

6.Are you looking forwards to filming Prince Caspian?
Yes I am. I’m really really looking forward to it.

7.Do you think filming LWW will affect your future career as an actor?
Urm, yeah, dramatically but I think it will affect it for the good. Amazingly, amazingly well. I’m really lucky to be a part of it.

8.What was your best/funniest experience on set?
Probably the time, when I told Skandar that sugar-glass was actually edible, he ate it and it turned out that it was silicone. He didn’t like it very much. Quite a good moment.

9.What do you think of Skandar’s Check the Gate song?
It’s not really Skandar’s Check the Gate song, it’s everyone’s check the gate song and I do like it. I think it’s very funny-cracks me up. He [Skandar] tried to steal it but it’s not his song.

10.Have you been offered lots of roles since the release of Narnia?
No actually, not that many. Urm I auditioned for a few things but I haven’t really been offered anything. Well, one part.

11.What’s your favourite band?
Good question. Urm dunno really. I quite like the Bravery. Urm I dunno, there are so many bands I like it’s crazy. I like a bit of the Rolling Stones sometimes. Lots of different types.

12.Do you ever visit any of your fansites?
Sometimes actually, when I want to say thank you to them for doing such an amazing job of keeping up with it, yeah I do then.

13.Who do you think would win in a fight between you and Skandar?
OMG oo that’s a difficult question. Honestly? Or do I have to like lie? Honestly, I could probably beat Skandar with my arms behind my back, blindfolded and with both my feet tied together.

14.What other works of C.S Lewis have you read apart from Narnia?
I’ve read pretty much all of them.

15.If you could play any character from a film, who would it be?
I’d quite like to be Brad Pitt in Fight Club. Quite a good part. Or Leonardo DiCaprio in Romeo + Juilet. That would be quite cool.

16.What’s your favourite film?
I quite like a film called Apocalypse Now and another film called Leon.

17.Do you have any pets?
Yeah, I have a cat and two goldfish. One’s called Campden [edit:Louise: I THINK thats what he said but I couldn't hear very well.] and one’s called Stroud which are the areas we got them from. Very inventive.

18.Who’s your best friend?
I have a very good friend called Charles Blanche (sp?). He’s one of my best friends.

19.What shoe size are you?
About an 8 or a 9.

20.Do you REALLY have a Myspace account?
No. I don’t actually have a Myspace.

21.Do you dance?
Yes, I love dancing. I dance terribly but I do like to.

22.What shampoo do you use?
At the moment, I’m using Trésemmé. It’s good stuff.

23.If you could live in any other country, what would it be?
Probably the Carribbean or something like that. Chill out.

24.Do you like Harry Potter?
Yeah I do like the stories. I think it’s good. I do like [the films] but I think I’m getting a bit old for them now. They aimed at like kids a bit younger than me but I can still really appreciate them. (goes into random convo – Will starts questioning me!!)

25.Have you ever met any famous actors other than the ones you worked with?
I met Dawn French which was quite cool.[talking about Liam Neeson] yeah that was really cool. I did meet Liam Neeson. Nice guy. He is an Irish guy.

26.What’s your favourite scene in LWW?

The battle definitely. [to do and to watch]

27.What’s your weirdest fan experience so far?
I dunno, none of it’s really been that weird. I just feel really lucky that people are really nice to me and stuff about it. People do [run around yelling Narnia] which can get quite annoying. Well anyway it’s fun when they run around shouting “Narnia, Narnia” – that’s fine. When they start shouting “Narnia sucks” and derogatory towards Narnia, that’s when I do get upset.

28.Do you sing in the shower?
Yeah, always singing. Any type of water on me, I’m always singing.

29.Do you blow dry your hair or air dry it?
No neither. Just get a towel and whack it on. I should do [use a hairdryer] shouldn’t I? Or that’s probably a bit pouffy if I did that. They’ll just have to accept me for who I am.

30.What’s your favourite subject in school?
I quite like English literature. I have this one really good teacher. She’s really helpful and she has amazing lessons and stimulates my interest for it a little bit.

31.What’s your favourite book?
Probably this one called….I’ve forgotten. I haven’t read it in a while. But it is my favourite book. I quite like Life of Pi [starts discussing with his dad in the background about the book]

32.What’s your favourite chat-up line?
Definitely, “I’m in Narnia”, nah I’m joking. Definitely not, I’d never use that in all my life. I don’t really do chat up lines.

33.What other party tricks besides juggling can you do?
One hand handstands is my other good one. I can do all sorts of stuff and I can do Irish dancing when I get going.

34.How did you feel about your haircut in the last film and would you trust Adamson near it again?
NO! No I would never trust that guy near my hair ever again! It will never happen again. I literally…the first thing in the contract, I’m going to have a choice over my hair!

35.How tall are you?
I am 5”10 ½ ,very precise. Like 5”11.

36.What’s with the leather jacket you always wear?

My sister got it for me, it’s really comfortable and I think it’s cool.

37.Have you heard of the Willianites?
No. What is that? [I go into lengthy discussion of the Willianites and their origins and the autograph he gave to Izzy and Will asks me if I’m a Skandar or Will fan and insults Skandar BADLY – evil Will!]

38.Do you like 70s music and if so which song?
Urm Cat Stevens, Simon and Garfunkal, Bob Dylan, Supertramp, I like a bit of that. I do like 70s music, I think it’s cool.

39.Do you speak any foreign language?
No, not at all. Terribly. I’m worst certainly in German and stuff like that.

40.Are there any countries that you would like to visit that you haven’t already?

Yeah Germany actually. I’d just like to see it and explore the country.

41.Were you really showing off your electric razor in the make-up tent during filming?
I don’t have an electric razor. Skandar lied.

42.Do you still see any members of the cast?
Yeah as much as I can really. When I get down to London I can but Georgie lives in Yorkshire so she’s a bit…..

44.Is there any sort of role you would refuse to play?
Probably not really. If it was a good script and I liked it, why not?

45.Have you ever Googled yourself?
Yeah actually, just to try and get to those fans, those fansites. That’s probably why I do Google myself to get the fansites up. But I did see what people were saying about me and I was terrified.

46.What’s your general opinion on fangirls?
I like it, I think it’s really nice. I feel kinda honoured actually. Though I don’t know why anyone would want to be a fan of mine but it’s very nice of them and I do appreciate it very much.

47.Do you have any romantic interest in Anna Popplewell?
Uh no, we’re just siblings, I’m afraid, brother and sister, siblings.

48.What’s your favourite TV show?
Quite like The Office but that’s not on anymore. I love The Simpsons. And I really like this show called 24. It’s really really good.

49.Do you play any instruments?
No, I’m afraid not.

50.What’s your favourite colour?

51.What is your middle name?
Peter. My dad’s called Peter, that’s why. My name’s not Thomas or Robert.

52.Where do you shop?
Dunno really. Kinda like vintage stores and Topshop sometimes if I can, HMV, do a bit of H&M shopping, all those kind of places.

53.What’s the best thing about the USA?

It’s cheaper out there isn’t it? It’s like almost half.

54.What’s your favourite brand of tea and how much sugar do you put in it?
Only half a teaspoon and usually Twinings, well I don’t know actually, Tescos, Lapsang su shong is what we have in the house.

55.What did you do for your birthday?
Oh I’m going to have some friends over this evening (Saturday) and I had a little family thing which was nice.

56.Do you have a cousin called Molly?
No. [Starts talking to parent about tennis]

57.How did your friends treat you when you came back from filming?
Oh totally differently. Yeah, they really hated me, they were really horrible to me, yeah they basically just turned on me. They were fine, they were actually really nice.

58.Do you have a girlfriend still?
I’m afraid I’m not allowed to answer that question, I’m under contract from Mickey Mouse. Yes that’s what he said.

59.What’s your favourite food?
Don’t really have a favourite food. I quite like cereal, Crunchy Nut Cornflakes are my favourite I think.

60.What’s the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done?
Hundreds of things I done, millions in fact. There was this really nice woman on the film but she’s quite large and I just said to her “Ahh you’re just like a great big fat cuddly bear” and hugged her. That was quite embarrassing. It wasn’t very good of me. I don’t think she actually knew or paid attention so just turned a blind eye.

61.Have you ever broken any bones?
No, touch wood.

62.What was the last film you saw?
I was watching a bit of Cruel Intentions last night, a bit of Brokeback Mountain last night.

63.Are you getting used to being a heart-throb?
I don’t feel like a heart-throb. I don’t really know how to get used to it. It’s all quite bizarre.

64.Would you consider yourself outgoing like Skandar?
I think I am quite outgoing but I don’t think I’m as outgoing as Skandar in the way that I kinda think a little bit more before I speak.

65.Describe yourself in 3 words.
Charismatic, disorganised, sort of like light hearted, I just take things easily. Easy going.

66. Did you really have a crush on the producer’s niece?
I’m sorry I’m not allowed to answer that question either. Who told you that? Skandar? Yes it was, he’s a little rat. I hate that kid.

67.Do you read and answer ALL of your fan mail or just some of it?
I try to answer all of it but it’s really difficult, it takes me for ever. Cause as you probably know I’ve got exams coming up soon.

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Narnia - Prince Caspian bloopers

February 2, 2012