"The lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe"
Magic novels "the Chronicles of Narnia by Clive Lewis fascinate the hearts of children and adults since the mid-twentieth century, and in 2005 finally got the first part of the film adaptation worthy of the book itself. The film "the Chronicles of Narnia: the lion, the witch and the wardrobe" under the slogan "Beginning of the great Saga" was filmed in New Zealand and the Czech Republic from June to December 2004, and the budget was $ 180 million. The script is almost exactly the same book, with minor deviations for the overall dynamics. It is noteworthy that the interest of fans shooting forced the film crew to use two aliases for the picture - in Auckland, the crew searched the area for signs of Paravel" (Paravel).
One of the scenes - the train ride - filmed in two countries, England and New Zealand, because the shooting was not the correct model cars and locomotive. As a result of external shots of trains and the interiors of the cars are located in different parts of the world and starred in a completely different time.
The shooting place is connected and another story. Initially, the writers wanted to use the picture of live reindeer for sleigh rides with, but the authorities forbade them to bring animals from the United States because they could be carriers of dangerous diseases, including those transmissible to humans and cows. As a result, the film appeared deer, fully simulated on a computer.
The shooting of the second part, "the Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian", became New Zealand, the Czech Republic (we are talking primarily about the castle of king Miraz), and the soča river in the resort area near the town of Bovec in Slovenia and in Poland. For example, London underground station, the starting point of the journey in this film, starred in film Studio Henderson located in New Zealand.
The total area of constructed scenery for this part trikvela more than 2000 square meters. For example, Miraz's castle was built more than 15 weeks, partly based on historical reproductions of castle of Pierrefonds (France). For the special greatness of this building in the computer processing increased all its proportions three times. In addition, for the construction of the bridge on Soča temporarily changed the flow of the river to recreate the battle scene exactly as required in the script. The costumes for the film worked more than seventy people. If you evaluate the amount of effort and man-hours, this film was the most ambitious.
"The Voyage Of The Dawn Treader
The shooting of the film "the Chronicles of Narnia: the voyage of the Dawn Treader took place in Australia, Queensland, and took only 90 days, which is less than the duration of filming and the first and second parts. Simultaneously, they carried out shooting in the halls of the Warner Roadshow (gold coast). The title character of the film, the voyage of the Dawn was established at Cleveland point, Cape marine Australia - the shooting took place under the open sky, after which the structure was dismantled more than 50 pieces and transported for further filming in the Studio.
Advice 2: How many parts in the movie "Chronicles of Narnia"
At this moment, the film version of "the Chronicles of Narnia" is a trilogy, though it has now announced the filming of the fourth film. Recall, just "the Chronicles" by Clive Lewis include seven books.
"Chronicles Of Narnia" By Clive Lewis
Fantasy-fairy-tale cycle Clive Stapleton Lewis, created in the 1950-ies, consists of seven books. While they were written not in chronological order.
The first was published the book "the lion, the witch and the wardrobe", tells about the adventures of four children from the Pevensie family, trapped in a magical world – Narnia. It was followed by "Prince Caspian" and "voyage of the Dawn, or swimming on the edge" - the continuing adventures of the same characters. In the next story "the Silver chair" the main characters be the cousin of the Pevensie children, Eustace and his friend Jill. "The horse and his boy" - essentially, a spin-off to the rest of the cycle and the only book in which the main characters are natives of the world of Narnia. This is followed by the book "magician's Nephew", which tells about the history of the events of all the other stories. In "the Last battle" the world of Narnia ends its existence. This die in the regular world, the Pevensie children (excluding Susan), Jill, Eustace, and also the heroes of "the Magician's Nephew". They all fall into "the true Narnia" - the equivalent to the Christian Paradise.
In fact, "the Chronicles of Narnia" are very religious cycle.
Lewis set himself the task to put the basic principles of Christianity in an allegorical form that is not only affordable but also fun for kids. The result is a really talented Saga, remaining a classic of children's fantasy to this day.
Adaptation of Director Andrew Adamson was released in 2005. The filmmakers decided to start the cycle in chronological order, and so, as Lewis wrote it with a film based on the book "the lion, the witch and the wardrobe".
Adaptation of shot in the spirit of quality modern fantasy that it is almost fully released explicitly religious motives.
Shooting was conducted by the film Studio Walden Media, with the assistance of Walt Disney studios.
The second film naturally became the "Prince Caspian" (2008). In fact, the creators of the series had no other choice: it was necessary to make the remaining paintings in which children participate, Pepesi before will increase the actors playing the roles of Susan, Peter, Edmund and Lucy. In accordance with the same logic, the next tape was the "Conqueror of the dawn" (2010), which involved Edmund and Lucy.
The Director of the third film is Adamson was Michael Apted.
In October 2013, it was announced about the beginning of work on the fourth film of the series "the Silver chair". However, the release date is not yet defined. It is difficult to say how many movies will be filmed in the end - given the fact that the two books of the cycle are a prequel and a spin-off of the rest of the Saga.