Backstory/Caspian's Wedding

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Re: Backstory/Caspian's Wedding

Postby jesusgirl4ever » Tue Jul 29, 2014 2:27 pm

*whispers* I think you've got a typo there, Ariel. I think you mean 'shots', not 'sh-ts'. I'm 99% sure that's a bad word. ;)
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Re: Backstory/Caspian's Wedding

Postby Ariel.of.Narnia » Tue Jul 29, 2014 7:35 pm

(@Jaygee: Ack! Thanks for catching that! Sometimes I hate typing on a mobile device....)
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Re: Backstory/Caspian's Wedding

Postby Lily of Archenland » Wed Apr 13, 2016 4:37 am

HermitoftheNorthernMarch wrote:They could have a fancy oil painting on the wall in the great hall, or somewhere else in the castle that will be seen in the movie, of Caspian and Ramandu's Daughter's wedding. My question about the wedding is: Did Ramandu come to Narnia for the wedding?


Hm... I don't expect so. Because it was more popular rumor than confirmed among the common folk that she had star's blood in her veins - and you'd think having had a live star show up at a very public event would lead to some more precise stories! But I am thinking, what if they had two weddings? A small private ceremony based on Star-culture in the island when Caspian returns victorious, and a public celebration in Narnia when they get home? Or they could have had their one wedding on the island, and then he's all "this is my bride, who I found at the beginning of the end of the world. She shall be your new queen." when they reach the shores of Narnia, and throw a national day of feasting and celebration in lieu of his subjects and non-shipboard comrades having had to miss out on the real wedding.
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Re: Backstory/Caspian's Wedding

Postby everythingremindsmeofnarnia » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:35 pm

I was thinking that when Eustace and Jill are in the Narnian castle, they could see a painting on the wall of the Narnian Royalty since I presumed that the people making this film would want to not have a huge backstory sequence. Frankly, though I love your guys' back story ideas, and I think I might like it starting in Narnia first.
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Re: Backstory/Caspian's Wedding

Postby HermitoftheNorthernMarch » Fri Dec 01, 2017 12:27 am

Ariel.of.Narnia wrote:I really didn't like the BBC mask (aside from the plasticness of it). I do like the idea of having him younger and older, especially considering that he was down there for ten years. Even if I've never once imagined Rilian with a beard. :P

Or they could just tell the back story in stylized animation, such as with stained glass figures moving on the screen as the owls explain. This would probably cost a lot of money, though.
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