CATEGORIES Movies, Cinematical
Perry Moore, the executive producer of the 'Chronicles of Narnia' movie trilogy, was found dead in his SoHo apartment early Thursday morning, the NY Daily News is reporting.

The 39-year-old producer died after an apparent overdose of OxyContin, acccording to sources. However, an official ruling on his death has yet to be determined.

Moore, who was also a writer and a director, was found unconscious by his partner, Hunter Hill, and "prounounced dead shortly after responders arrive."

According to the report, Moore's death came as a shock to everyone, including his 69-year-old father, Bill Moore, who told the Daily News that he had spoken to him the night before and that his son "was in a great, great mood."

Moore's additional film credits include the 2008 Southern drama 'Lake City,' in which he co-wrote and directed with Hill. The film stars Oscar winner Sissy Spacek as a mother who reunites with her son years after a family tragedy drew them apart.

In 2007, Moore published the young-adult novel 'Hero,' about the world's first teen gay superhero.