The Chronicles of Narnia : The Voyage of the Dawn Treader 3D (2010)

 ●  English ● 1 hr 48 mins

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Lucy and Edmund Pevensie are stranded in Cambridge, living in the house of their obnoxious cousin Eustace, while the grown-ups Susan and Peter are living in the USA with their parents. When a painting of a ship sailing on the sea of Narnia overflows water in their room, Lucy, Edmund and Eustace are transported to the ocean of Narnia and rescued by King Caspian and the crew of the ship The Dawn Treader. Caspian explains that Narnia has been in peace for three years but before he took his throne back, his uncle tried to kill the seven lords of Telmar, who were the closest and most loyal friends of his father. They fled to The Lone Island and no one has ever heard anything about them. Now Caspian is seeking out the lords of Telmar with his Captain Drinian, the talking mouse Reepicheep and his loyal men. Soon, they discover that an evil form of green mist is threatening Narnia and the siblings and their cousin join Caspian in a quest to retrieve the seven swords of the seven lords of Telmar to save Narnia from evil.
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Cast: Ben Barnes, Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes

Crew: Michael Apted (Director), Dante Spinotti (Director of Photography), David Arnold (Music Director)

Rating: U (India)

Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy

Release Dates: 03 Dec 2010 (India)

Tagline: Return to magic. Return to hope. Return to Narnia.

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Did you know? In the main cabin of the Dawn Treader with the map of Narnia there are also paintings of places in Narnia on the walls of the cabin. Tashbaan, the capital of Calormen and a city visited in the Narnia book 'The Horse and His Boy,' is frequently shown. Read More
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Return to magic. Return to hope. Return to Narnia.
Take the voyage. Live the adventure. Discover Narnia like you've never seen it before.
Character Error
King Caspian introduces Edmund as High King. Peter is the High King of Narnia, not Edmund. The title does not pass on.

Character Error
When dragon Eustace gets stabbed by the sword, he gets stabbed on the left side of his body. When he turns into a boy again, he touches the right side of his body as if the sword hit him there.

When the main characters meet Aslan on the sandbank, Aslan's shadow changes from being toward the other characters, to away from them, and back again between shots.

At Aslan's Table, Lilliandil's arms suddenly change position.

When Lucy places the sixth sword on Aslan's table, there are twigs scattered around and under the swords, but the next shot shows all six swords lying in a clear spot on the table with hardly any twigs.

Revealing Mistakes
As the Dragon is pulling the Dawn Treader with his tail, his shadow does not match up with his flapping wings.
When Susan writes from America, a picture of the Pevensies rests on the table before her. This is a candid behind-the-scenes shot of the four actors from The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008).

When the main characters are all sitting looking at the stars and they comment they have never seen those constellations before you can see Aslan's face in the stars.

After The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008) didn't fare too well at the box office, the Walt Disney Company decided for budgetary and logistical reasons not to co-produce and co-finance this or any of the following chapters of the Narnia series.

The drawings of the characters during the end credits are the same drawings that appeared in the book. This is a tribute to Pauline Baynes, the series' illustrator, who passed away on August 2, 2008 at the age of 85.

Prince (now King) Caspian is once again played by Ben Barnes. Reepicheep, however, is voiced by Simon Pegg, replacing Eddie Izzard.

In a short cameo, Nathaniel Parker plays the father of Ben Barnes's character, Caspian X. Ironically, Ben Barnes had previously played the younger version of Nathaniel Parker's character in the film Stardust (2007).

In the main cabin of the Dawn Treader with the map of Narnia there are also paintings of places in Narnia on the walls of the cabin. Tashbaan, the capital of Calormen and a city visited in the Narnia book 'The Horse and His Boy,' is frequently shown.

In the book the islands with the water that can transform anything into gold and the enchanted golden treasure that Eustace stumbles upon are two separate locations. It was a deliberate choice by the filmmakers to merge the two islands into one destination for running time and budgetary concerns. Interestingly the two magical sites are both tests of greed.

The original intention was that Miraz would briefly reprise his role as a hallucination triggered by the Green Mist. This would be the realization of Caspian's worst fear as his uncle would taunt him much like the White Witch appears to intimidate Edmund so that he would feel weakened. It was decided late into production they should switch the character and Caspian's father would be the apparition. The filmmakers hesitated because Caspian's father was a completely unknown face that could render the audience confused. They finally persevered with their second choice and went on to substitute Miraz with his brother, since they decided that the ultimate fear of Caspian was that he could never live up to his father's reputation as a King. Consequently, the manifestation of the Green Mist to influence Caspian resulted in being his father and not his uncle.

In the cabin where Caspian gives Lucy her dagger and firefly juice, there are paintings that show the Pevensie siblings days as Kings and Queens of Narnia.

The first trailer was released online at midnight EST on June 16, 2010, and theatrically on June 18, 2010, attached to Toy Story 3 (2010). On screens where Toy Story was shown in 3D, the Dawn Treader trailer was also 3D.

Steven Knight and Richard LaGravenese each wrote drafts of the script during preproduction, but were uncredited.

When Michael Apted signed on to direct in June 2007, filming was set to begin in January 2008 for a release date of May 1, 2009. Shooting would have begun in Malta and then moved to Prague and Iceland. A few months later, the Walt Disney Company announced, "In consideration of the challenging schedules for (its) young actors," it was delaying the release date to May 7, 2010, and filming was moved to October 2008. The shoot got rescheduled to Playas de Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico, where two-thirds of the film would be shot at the water tank that was used for Titanic (1997) and Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003). Filming was also scheduled for Australia. Disney and Walden eventually grew concerned over Mexico's safety, and Australian officials at Warner Roadshow Studios in Queensland offered to become the project's base for the whole shoot.

The first 'The Chronicles of Narnia' film to be distributed by 20th Century Fox.

At the end of the film, we hear Eustace's mother announce that Jill Pole has come by for a visit. Jill becomes Eustace's companion on his two subsequent adventures in Narnia in the books 'The Silver Chair' and 'The Last Battle'. However this is a change to the books as Eustace doesn't meet Jill until the beginning of The Silver Chair while they are at boarding school.