London Premiere Live at the London
Odeon Cinema - 30th November 2010.
Voyage of the Dawn Treader is a
fantasy novel for children by C. S.
Lewis. Written in 1950, it was
published in 1952 as the third book
of The Chronicles of Narnia. Current
editions of the series are numbered
using the internal chronological
order making Dawn Treader the fifth
Voyage of the Dawn Treader will be
adapted as the third film in Walden
Media's The Chronicles of Narnia
film series. Michael Apted takes
over as director from Andrew
Adamson, who opted to produce with
Mark Johnson, Perry Moore and
Douglas Gresham. Will Poulter joins
the cast as Eustace Scrubb, while
Georgie Henley, Skandar Keynes, Ben
Barnes, Peter Dinklage, and Liam
Neeson are all returning.
film will have a wide theatrical
release in traditional 2D, and a
limited theatrical release in
Digital 3D in the United States and
United Kingdom on December 10, 2010.
The two youngest Pevensie children,
Lucy and Edmund, are staying with
their odious cousin Eustace Scrubb
while their older brother Peter is
studying for his university entrance
exams with Professor Kirke, and
their older sister Susan is
traveling through America with their
parents. Edmund, Lucy, and Eustace
are drawn into the Narnian world
through a picture of a ship at sea.
(The painting, hanging neglected in
the guest bedroom that the Pevensie
children were using, had been an
unwanted present to Eustace's
parents.) The three children land in
the ocean near the pictured vessel,
the titular Dawn Treader, and are
The Dawn Treader is the ship of
Caspian X, King of Narnia, who was
the key character in the previous
book (Prince Caspian). Edmund and
Lucy (along with Peter and Susan)
helped him gain the throne from his
evil uncle Miraz.
years have passed since then, peace
has been established in Narnia, and
Caspian has undertaken his oath to
find the seven lost Lords of Narnia.
Lucy and Edmund are delighted to be
back in Narnia, but Eustace is less
enthusiastic, as he has never been
there before and had taunted his
cousins with his belief that the
country never existed. The Talking
Mouse Reepicheep is also on board,
as he hopes to find Aslan's country
beyond the seas of the "utter East".