Saturday, June 19, 2010

Voyage of the Dawn Treader Trailer

I'm looking forward to the third installment of the Narnia series, although produced by a different company this time.

Here's the newly release trailer (sorry about the frame getting cut off)-

Reepicheep figures heavily in the book, I hope he does in the movie.


pjw said...

Ohhhh! That looked pretty legit! Gave me chills! I'm not going to reread the book, though, until after I see the movie. I can hardly wait until Christmas!

jeff said...

In digital 3D, no less!

I can't wait for this one. I really hope that the scene when Aslan removes the scales from Eustace is done well. I love the truth in that scene that we can't remove the power of sin on our own. Awesome!!

Brother Titus said...

It looks like an exciting movie. I don't think you'll have anything to worry about Reepicheep being prominent in the movie. Not only is he in the movie, according to the trailer, he's introduced in the trailer.

As far as me not being linked to my blog, here, I don't know what happened. I tried to write this post the other day, but this blog wouldn't accept my password. So, I changed the password, but that one's not accepted either.

Woody Woodward said...

Pastor, Thanks so much for the exciting reminder of what’s coming to our theaters at Christmas. And being in 3D will just add to the realism of what Lewis was saying through his prolific, anointed creative pen. If you have time, invest 25 minutes and listen to the fascinating interview that pops us at the end of the trailer. It is hosted by famous Bible reader and playwright Max McLean, along with the producer of all the Narnia series, the adopted son of CS Lewis, Douglas Gresham. Their discussion centers around the stage play Max Mclean is currently starring in, one of Lewis most controversial works, “The Screwtape Letters.” With Douglas Gresham sitting beside Mcleans, they discuss the challenges of writing this play and acting in this play from Satan's perspective. Instead of “What would Jesus do?” the question became “What does Satan do?” Then from the “Screwtape Letters,” their discussing moves to the thoughts and the challenges Gresham faced in keeping “Voyage of the Dawn Treader” as close to Lewis' writings as possible. Listen carefully to the wisdom of Douglas Gresham. He shares some very wise perspectives about the dangerous direction our nations culture is headed. And his hopes, by God’s grace, are that these films will help to influence, thus change the course, bringing God centered values and righteous virtues back, as our Founding Fathers intended.