All Seven Narnia Films?

I’m sure, as a lover of all things Narnia, you wish to see all seven of The Chronicles of Narnia adapted for Film. When BBC took on the films the years of 1988-1990, they only brought the stories of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Prince Caspian, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and The Silver Chair to screen. In 2005, Walden and Disney released The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe followed by Prince Caspian in 2008. After that, we saw Walden and Fox’s adaptation of The Voyage of the Dawn Treader in 2010. Now as we await The Silver Chair’s release, it’s easy to wonder if we will ever see The Magician’s Nephew, The Horse and His Boy, or The Last Battle brought to Cinemas.

Listen to Douglas Gresham’s own wishes in this brief video at The Chronicles of Narnia Facebook page. Though he is also unsure where the series will go, it is refreshing to hear that someone is eager to make all the Narnia films sometime in the future.

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5 thoughts on “All Seven Narnia Films?

  1. knightofnarniaknightofnarnia

    Go for it Mr. Gresham the seven books into movies. Better complet them before the copywrite of C.S. Lewis runs out. (is it 70 yrs after an autors death in UK?)

    1. always narnianalways narnian Post author

      Good question! And good thoughts! I’m not completely sure what it is in the UK

    2. KristiKristi

      It is, in the UK. In the US it won’t be public domain until 2045. In Canada and south Africa (and Australia too, I think?) it’s already in the public domain. Which raises the question…why aren’t Canadians and South Africans and Australians publishing sequels and selling them? They might not be available for me to purchase in the US, but I can’t seem to find any articles about any at all.

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