Official Chronicles of Narnia: Voyage of the Dawn Treader Photos

November 26, 2009
Source: Facebook

The Dawn Treader

A late Thanksgiving treat for all of you Chronicles of Narnia fans, if there are any left after Prince Caspian. Over on the official Facebook page for the Narnia movies, three new photos have been released. We posted some spy photos of the ship in The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader back in August, but these are the first three official photos and they all look pretty damn cool. Though I'm already getting reminded of Pirates of the Caribbean and I imagine once we see a trailer for this, it'll look a lot more like the Pirates movies. Apparently most of the story takes place on this ship, as seen below. Check ’em out!

Seen at the top is the helm of the Dawn Treader. Below is Ben Barnes as King Caspian and Skandar Keynes as Edmund Pevensie. And beneath that is Georgie Henley as Lucy Pevensie on the Dawn Treader as well.

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

C.S. Lewis' The Voyage of the Dawn Treader follows the two youngest Pevensies siblings, Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes), as they travel with Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes) on a quest around the world in the Dawn Treader (seen above). Three years have passed since the events of Prince Caspian, peace has been established in Narnia, and Caspian has undertaken his oath to Aslan to find the seven lost Lords of Narnia. Lucy and Edmund are delighted to be back in Narnia. The talking mouse Reepicheep (seen in Prince Caspian) is also on board, as he hopes to find Aslan's country beyond the seas of the "utter East".

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is being directed by British filmmaker Michael Apted (Thunderheart, The World Is Not Enough, Amazing Grace) and is currently scheduled for release on December 10th, 2010.

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Can't wait..this one is the more adventure type part of the books in my opinion. I wonder who got cast for their obnoxious cousin! Happy Turkey day to all US fans of this site! *I say this cause my thanksgiving was last month in good old boring Canada ;)*

Lazarus from Sparta...DETHKLOK RULES!!!!! on Nov 26, 2009


hehehe, looks cool...but ur right, it might feel like Pirates...they should emphasize the child-friendly tone of the movie to deviate from that feeling.....btw, anyone saw three new trailers for Percy Jackson? just asking, the latest posted here is the one 1 minute and 40sec. long, there are three new ones, one is 2:30 minutes long with more footage, another one is almost the same shown at Cartoon Network and a third one featuring an upper body shot of Medusa not just the one we already saw...just wondering

matt on Nov 26, 2009


I remember reading these when I was a kid and theres never been a better book to film adaptation than prince caspian IMO sso looking forward to this.

Cody on Nov 26, 2009


Not really sure why these movies didn't perform better in theaters...I thought that they were both pretty darn good. I actually didn't even know Dawn Treader was being made, so I am really excited now.

Kevin on Nov 26, 2009


Weren't the films laced with a christian edge? And funded by someone quite jesusy too? That would put me off going to see a film knowing that.

Crapola on Nov 26, 2009


I read this book, and the second and third acts will be worth the admission price to see on film. A lot of trippy stuff happens. This is going to be great.

The Man With No Name on Nov 27, 2009


#5 - the books were all written by one of the most famous Christian authors of the modern era, C.S. Lewis. For those of you who can handle that, the Dawn Treader is arguably the best of the series. But seeing how they mangled Caspian, I'm a little hesitant about this one.

Max Fischer on Nov 27, 2009


Oh they are making this film! yay! Of the series, I remember liking this book more than most. It should prove to be good, and hopefully it will perform well at the box office.

dave13 on Nov 27, 2009


My favorite was The Horse and His Boy. I hated this book because we had to say goodbye to my favorite character in the series. Still, this is looking to be a great film.

Ariel on Nov 27, 2009


Amazing shot of Ben and Skandar! Thanks for the photos, I can't wait to see the movie, shame that we have to wait another year!! Oh well, anything worth while is worth waiting for.

Angela on Nov 27, 2009


stupid british bastards with their nasty foreskin!

Dan Link on Nov 27, 2009


Good to have this franchise back.

Fisherr on Nov 28, 2009


The only thing Im hoping now is 20th Fox don't mess with the cut so its like 1hour 30 minutes.:S

Ryan on Nov 29, 2009


Low blow man. Part 2 was great

DJ Sil3nt on Nov 29, 2009


I am realy exsited to see this third film of Narina!!!! My favorit book in the series and a lot of adventurs that I'm looking forword too seeing in it. I hope they do better in this movie then they did in Prince Caspian. Don't get me wrong!!! I liked prince Caspian, but I think they will do a very good job if they realy fallow the book. C.S.Lewis is my favorit Athour in the classics that I have read in my life.

Kirsti Hudson on Jan 4, 2010


#5 all of the Chronicles of Narnia books and movies are great. If you are "put off" by the content then don't go see it. Just stick with your Borat garbage. By reading some of your other posts, I see how fitting your post name is for you.

Sharon on Jun 3, 2010


I LOVE YOU SKANDAR!!! ur da BEZT!!! ^_^

kidrainenfina on Jun 19, 2010


I'm kinda hestiant to see this film myself cause how they seem to mess up Aslan's charather

SoaringCrow on Nov 21, 2010


i like it the series narnia the movie or narnia the book

tsanaya on Dec 19, 2010


probably one of the best movies of all time...

Jerome on May 11, 2011

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