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The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (9-May-2008)

Director: Andrew Adamson

Writers: Andrew Adamson; Christopher Markus; Stephen McFeely

From novel by: C. S. Lewis

Keywords: Fantasy

Second entry in the Chronicles of Narnia book-to-film franchise follows the Pevensie siblings' continued perilous Narnian adventures.

First sequel to The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005). Peter, Edmund, Susan, and Lucy Pevensie, British children and unlikely heroes of the preceding Chronicles of Narnia film, return to the mythical kingdom of Narnia an Earthly year after their tumultuous adventure to find that well over a thousand Narnian years have passed since their last visit. What's worse, the evil King Miraz has usurped the throne and plunged the once-majestic realm into a dark age, something our heroes must attempt to extinguish as they endeavor to replace Miraz with exiled heir Prince Caspian.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Barnes
20-Aug-1981   Prince Caspian
Warwick Davis
3-Feb-1970   Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Peter Dinklage
11-Jun-1969   Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones
Eddie Izzard
7-Feb-1962   Bloke in a dress going on and on
William Moseley
27-Apr-1987   The Chronicles of Narnia
Liam Neeson
7-Jun-1952   Rob Roy, Gangs of New York
Anna Popplewell
16-Dec-1988   Chronicles of Narnia
Ken Stott
1955   Messiah series
Tilda Swinton
5-Nov-1960   The Deep End
David Walliams
20-Aug-1971   Little Britain


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