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The Chronicles of Narnia

CineEurope: eOne Pushes ‘Detroit,’ ‘Suburbicon,’ ‘Death of Stalin,’ ‘Molly’s Game,’ ‘Stan & Ollie’

The mini-major — buoyed by its biggest box-office year to date — also hyped up its 'Narnia' franchise revival, 'The Silver Chair.'

‘Jumanji’ Director to Helm New ‘Narnia’ Movie

'The Silver Chair' will take place after the events of 2010's 'Voyage of the Dawn Treader.'

“Faith-Based” Is Not a Film Genre (Guest Column)

"I've come to the conclusion that the label is both untrue and unhelpful, and should be abandoned."

Jill Freud, Inspiration for Lucy in ‘Narnia,’ Reveals C.S. Lewis Memories

"He had a reputation amongst his students — he was so sharp on them," says Freud, who has been cast in an upcoming movie about Lewis' relationship with J.R.R. Tolkien

‘Life of Pi’ Writer David Magee to Pen Fourth ‘Chronicles of Narnia’

The two-time Oscar nominee has been tapped to adapt "The Silver Chair."

Fourth ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ Film in the Works

The C.S. Lewis Company will partner with The Mark Gordon Company to produce "The Silver Chair."

‘Narnia’ Star William Moseley Hit by Lightning During ‘Silent Mountain’ Shoot

The British actor and nine other "Silent Mountain" crewmembers were injured during filming in Italy.

Jeffrey Godsick Named President of Fox Consumer Products

The veteran marketing exec will be involved in the licensing and merchandising of studio's TV and film properties.

‘Narnia’ Producer Perry Moore, 39, Found Dead in NYC Apartment

He suffered from an apparent drug overdose, according to multiple reports.

Oscar Song Predictions: ‘Tangled,’ ‘Burlesque,’ and Randy ‘Susan Lucci’ Newman

Which five of the 41 best song contenders will be Oscar nominees? Four brave souls make risky predictions.

IT’S A SIGN: ICM Signs Georgie Henley (Exclusive)

ICM has signed 15-year-old actress Georgie Henley, who has played the role of Lucy Pevensie in all three films in "The Chronicles of Narnia" franchise.

‘Tourist’ Tracking Softly Despite Jolie, Depp Star Power

Film's talent-bloated production budget requires a domestic run of $150 million-$200 million just to reach break even.