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Die Chroniken von Narnia - Prinz Kaspian von Narnia

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Die Chroniken von Narnia - Prinz Kaspian von Narnia

Bericht über den Start der Dreharbeiten

Bericht über den Start der Dreharbeiten
0 Kommentare - Fr, 16.02.2007 von Moviejones
CS berichtet über die seit dem 12.02.2007 laufenden Dreharbeiten vom zweiten Teil der "Narnia"-Reihe. Der Kinostart ist für Mitte 2008 geplant.
CS schreibt: [..] Native New Zealander Andrew Adamson (the Oscar®-winning Shrek, Shrek 2) embarks on his second Narnian film adventure, returning to his homeland to helm the follow-up film from a screenplay he co-wrote with Emmy Award-winning writing partners Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely (HBO's "The Life and Death of Peter Sellers"), who also co-scripted the first film. Adamson also reunites with the producers of the first "Narnia" film — Academy Award®-winner Mark Johnson (Rain Man, Bugsy, The Notebook) and Philip Steuer (The Rookie, The Alamo). Following the tremendous success of "The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe," the filmmakers immediately began their planning and pre-production efforts on "Prince Caspian" in early 2006. The new project's production schedule encompasses another six-month live-action shoot followed by a post-production schedule leading to its May 16, 2008, global release through Disney's distribution divisions of Buena Vista Pictures Distribution and Buena Vista International. Filming locations include both the north and south islands of New Zealand, Prague's Barrandov Studios, the Czech Republic, as well as locales in Poland and Slovenia. Once again toplining the new film as the Pevensie children are the four young British talents discovered by Adamson for the first film — Georgie Henley as Lucy, Skandar Keynes as Edmund, William Moseley as Peter, and Anna Popplewell as Susan. The film's title character will be played by Ben Barnes, a 25-year-old British actor, a veteran of the stage who is currently best known for his recent role in "The History Boys" for London's National Theatre Company. His upcoming feature film roles include the independent feature Bigga Than Ben and a featured role in Matthew Vaughn's fantasy film Stardust for Paramount Pictures. [..]
Quelle: Comingsoon
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