Who's Up for Six More Narnia Movies?

One producer has a master plan.

by | July 30, 2007 | Comments

If Narnia producer Douglas Gresham has his way, there will be seven big-screen adaptations to match the books before Disney and Walden Media are through with the property — provided, of course, the audience still shows up each time.

But hey, the Potter flicks make huge bank every time out, so why can’t the Narnia movies? (I won’t make any further comparisons, as I’ve seen only one of the Narnia movies, and it really didn’t impress me all that much.) According to IGN Movies, Mr. Gresham told a Comic Con crowd that production on Narnia 2 (Prince Caspian) could wrap with a month — and also that production on Part 3 (Voyage of the Dawn Treader) could begin as early as next February.

And as far as those future plans are concerned, here’s what the producer had to say: "Are we going to make all seven of them? As long as you keep embracing these movies as you did the first one, we will make all seven … Our goal is to give you one every year in May starting from this coming May." So there you have it: The whole series in movie form. Enjoy.

Source: IGN Movies

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