Prince Caspian Updates
Filming on Prince Caspian ends in August.
Understandably, there are few images out. Keep checking back at
this location for costume updates and tidbits.
In the meantime, check out the latest
news at NarniaWeb.com!
Barnes Production Blog ~ August 4, 2007
We have a new page for Prince Caspian
himself, with 23 new screencaps from the Ben Barnes Production
blog. See the video at Narnia.com;
Download the iPod version and view through Quicktime player to
see a larger resolution version. We also get one or two glimpses
of the Pevensies. Look for more images and pages this month.
Set Report - Glenstorm and Aged Armor ~ July
A couple of image-less tidbits from our own glumPuddle
and his NarniaWeb set report exclusive, concerning Glenstorm
the centaur's costume and aging the Narnian armor:
It was a great thrill to see Glenstorm ... . His hair appeared
to be blondish dreadlocks, and he wore only a little armor.
Kimberly Adams (Associate Costume Designer) explained that Adamson
didn't want creatures being in clothing in this film. "So,
pretty much it's the dwarfs, and then everybody else is in armor
or nothing. The centaurs are bare-chested or they have armor
when they go to battle."
The Narnian armor in this film looks almost exactly like
their armor in the first film, except very worn out and dirty.
Isis Mussenden (Costume Designer) talked a lot about the tedious
work of "aging" the armor. "[The first film]
was the dawning of the Narnian armed forces," she said.
"Now, it's a thousand years later."
The look of the Narnians was established in the first film.
But, designing the Telmarines was a tremendous challenge, and
they tried a lot of different ideas. They have drawn on the
idea in the book that they are descended from pirates. More
on that in a future report.
glumPuddle also mentions that during the duel Peter and Edmund
are wearing armor from the first film, and he saw Ben Barnes as
Caspian in full armor.
Pevensies' School Uniforms ~ July 24, 2007
In these images we can see the Pevensies, or rather,
their stand-in actors, at the shore near Cair Paravel. They are
in their school uniforms, in varying states of undress, perhaps
for playing in the ocean as in the book.
Peter and Edmund are in gray trousers and white
Oxfords, Edmund wearing a blue pullover sweater. Susan wears a
knee-length gray skirt with a white blouse, and probably, if we
see correctly in the image on the right, a matching gray vest
(sleeveless jacket ) as well.
Lucy is wearing a white blouse with what looks like
a jumper (or pinafore dress), possibly buttoned at the
shoulder, with a bow at the front waist.
See more of the set pictures here.
Telmarine Soldiers ~ July 24, 2007
Our first glimpse of some Telmarine soldiers on
horseback. Their helmets look like Spanish morions, perhaps inspired
by their pirate ancestry.
Lucy ~ March 9, 2007
Steven Hoffman in New Zealand sent
in these pictures of Georgie Henley riding a lovely ebony
horse on location.
Georgie looks to be wearing a red dress
with matching leggings, boots, and what looks to be a white vest.
In other images, though, it could even be a steel cuirass (armor).
This would probably be the "thrown together" outfit
that the Pevensies get from the royal treasury at the ruins of