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June 16, 2010

'Dawn Treader' Trailer Premiere: Right Here!

Check out the new trailer for 'Voyage of the Dawn Treader,' and let us know what you think


Thanks to Walden Media and 20th Century Fox, CT is among several select outlets pleased to bring you the world premiere of the trailer for The Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

Let us know what you think.

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Thanks for posting this!

Cool, neat, awesome!!

Thanks for posting it. Looks great except for Edmund sulking about being a King and..say it with me: No more White Witch thank you very much!

Ummm......the White Witch tempting Edmund?
Why oh why can't film-makers just tell the simple story?
The only hint of a conflicted Edmund is on Deathwater (or Goldwater) island and that has to do with it's own enchantedness- not the WW! All I can say is that they better get the undragoning of Eustace right - probably the best "salvation" story in the series. And definitely central to the book.

Cool trailer... I can't wait to catch this in theater. It looks promising. But I doubt it will make it big on the box office. Funny thing was the poster of the first movie was the inspiration to my logo design. I had my graphic designer from logodesigncreation.com drew inspiration from the poster and the logo design turned out better than imagined. What was surprising that those who oppose it in the first place liked my logo so much. I guess it is definitely a good choice to look into for some inspiration albeit unexpected. Haha. Anyway, I have to agree, no more White Witch. One movie with her in it is enough.

I loved this book .......... I hope they will do it justice, especially Edmund's becoming and un-becoming a dragon. (Best part of the book.) Looks visually exciting

Actually, it was Eustace who became a dragon.

I hope that there isn't too much swerving from the book. On the other hand, the story is a dog-gone difficult structure to hang a movie on.

Computer Graphics looked very second-rate. And calling VDT an "epic masterpiece" ? Oh com on. Can we pant after the culture any harder?

Judith has it exactly right. The book is poorly structured, there is inconsistent use of literary devices, and there is little real motivation for the voyage in the first place. As a writer, the book reads to me like an early draft, needing further refining. There certainly are moments of great drama, but overall the book is the weakest in the series. A challenge indeed to turn into a movie.

I'm excited to see the movie. I loved the book and have read it numerous times before and after/with my kids. I love the part where the salt water turns to sweet. It reminds me of Lewis' Great Divorce when he describes heaven as a place where the grass is greener and sharper and the birds no longer sing in a minor key. The Great Divorce also ends with Lewis awakening to realize it was only a dream and he must return to the realities of a war torn Europe. In Dawn Treader, Lewis writes "just as there are moments when simply to lie in bed and see the daylight pouring through your window and to hear the cheerful voice of an early postman or milkman down below and to realise that it was only a dream: it wasn’t real, is so heavenly that it was very nearly worth having the nightmare in order to have the joy of waking, so they all felt when they came out of the dark."