'Chronicles of Narnia' actors William Moseley, Anna Popplewell and Ben Barnes reunite to celebrate 11 years after 'Prince Caspian's release
It was a rather special day for the cast of 'The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian', as they all reunited for a dinner on Thursday night, May 16. The large group of six had gathered together on the joyous occasion of the iconic movie's 11-year release anniversary.
In a sweet photo shared by Ben Barnes, who played Prince Caspian in the 2008 film, William Moseley, Anna Popplewell and Georgie Henley all smiled at the camera. The group was also joined by the popular film’s producer Andrew Adamson and actress Alina Phelan Ballou.
Barnes shared the photo with the hashtag "#WhereAreYouSkander?" in reference to their costar, Skandar Keynes who played Edmund Pevensie but was missing from the group picture. The film was a sequel to 2005’s 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe', based off of C. S. Lewis' fantasy series.
'Prince Caspian' saw the four Pevensie children (Moseley, Popplewell, Henley and Keynes) return to Narnia to defeat the corrupt King Miraz. According to reports, the popular movie grossed $419.7 million worldwide and became the 10th highest-grossing film in 2008.
As for now, Henley currently stars in the TV miniseries 'The Spanish Princess', while Moseley used to star in the E! Series 'The Royals' alongside Elizabeth Hurley. Popplewell has also continued acting in the TV series 'Reign' and the short film 'The Last Birthday'. However, Keynes is no longer an actor and now works as a political adviser.
On the other hand, Barnes has recently had roles in 'The Punisher', 'Westworld' and the upcoming TV miniseries 'Gold Digger'. It was only last year that streaming giant Netflix announced its decision to develop all seven books into a new series and films. Douglas Gresham, stepson of C.S. Lewis, will serve as executive producer for the series and as a producer for features alongside Vincent Sieber.
However, it is still unclear what content will be produced and what form it will take, with producer Mark Gordon promising "multiple productions" and "both stellar feature-length and episodic programming".