If Tolkien, why not Lewis?

Thanks to that little New Zealand movie (and some others), no one will be able to say “impossible to make” when referring to a novel ever again. That’s why those little New Zealanders have been working on The Chronicles of Narnia. They got “Shrek” director Andrew Adamson to work on “The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe” as the first film in what might turn out to be a series.

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4 Responses to If Tolkien, why not Lewis?

  1. Annessa says:

    And WETA’s doing the Special Effects! This is too exciting.

  2. tj says:

    weta? women for the ethical treatment of animals?

    i LOVED the chronicals of narnia. there is a miniseries that bbc has out on dvd i think … but a full fledged motion picture would rock. er, i hope.

  3. Ari says:

    Yummy…I adored the Narnia stories..a movie? Oh be still my fast beating heart…the excitement is too much! I can’t wait! Thanks for the alert!

  4. Scott says:

    I’m split on the Narnia tales, to be honest. Mostly due to theological concerns, which I had even when I was a kid.

    Still, it’s good news.

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