Disney and Walden also confirmed that Skandar Keynes and Georgie Henley will be returning as Edmund and Lucy, the roles they've played in the first two films, and Ben Barnes will be reprising his title role from the upcoming Prince Caspian. Peter and Susan do not appear in the book Dawn Treader; instead, Lucy and Edmund are joined by their insufferable cousin Eustace. All three children are faced with a dull summer until something magical happens ... well, you know they'll end up back in Narnia, of course, because that's what the series is about. The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is scheduled to start shooting in January 2008, with a planned release on May 1, 2009. Obviously it's important not to wait until the kids look too old for the roles. Although I was a huge fan of the Narnia series as a child, I found the first film, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, to be fairly unmemorable. I remember liking Dawn Treader a lot, and I hope Apted will be able to helm an entertaining movie adaptation.
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