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The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

Return to magic. Return to hope. Return to Narnia.

This time around Edmund and Lucy Pevensie, along with their pesky cousin Eustace Scrubb find themselves swallowed into a painting and on to a fantastic Narnian ship headed for the very edges of the world.

Release Date : 02 Dec, 2010
Duration : 1h 53m
Adventure Family Fantasy
Vote Average : 6.421 Vote Count : 4,888 Popularity : 49.415

Top Billed Casting

  • Ben Barnes

    Ben Barnes

    Caspian

    (Acting)

  • Skandar Keynes

    Skandar Keynes

    Edmund Prevensie

    (Acting)

  • Georgie Henley

    Georgie Henley

    Lucy Pevensie

    (Acting)

  • Will Poulter

    Will Poulter

    Eustace Scrubb

    (Acting)

  • Anna Popplewell

    Anna Popplewell

    Susan Pevensie

    (Acting)

  • William Moseley

    William Moseley

    Peter Pevensie

    (Acting)

  • Simon Pegg

    Simon Pegg

    Reepicheep (Voice)

    (Acting)

  • Liam Neeson

    Liam Neeson

    Aslan (voice)

    (Acting)

  • Tilda Swinton

    Tilda Swinton

    The White Witch

    (Acting)

  • Laura Brent

    Laura Brent

    Liliandil

    (Acting)

  • Gary Sweet

    Gary Sweet

    Drinian

    (Acting)

  • Terry Norris

    Terry Norris

    Lord Bern

    (Acting)

  • Bruce Spence

    Bruce Spence

    Lord Rhoop

    (Acting)

  • Bille Brown

    Bille Brown

    Coriakin

    (Acting)

  • Colin Moody

    Colin Moody

    Auctioneer

    (Acting)

  • Shane Rangi

    Shane Rangi

    Tavros

    (Acting)

  • Arthur Angel

    Arthur Angel

    Rhince

    (Acting)

  • Arabella Morton

    Arabella Morton

    Gael

    (Acting)

  • Rachel Blakely

    Rachel Blakely

    Gael's Mum

    (Acting)

  • Steven Rooke

    Steven Rooke

    Faun

    (Acting)

  • Tony Nixon

    Tony Nixon

    1st Mate

    (Acting)

  • David Vallon

    David Vallon

    Slave Trader

    (Acting)

  • Jared Robinsen

    Jared Robinsen

    Intake Officer

    (Acting)

  • Roy Billing

    Roy Billing

    Chief Dufflepud

    (Acting)

  • Neil G. Young

    Neil G. Young

    Dufflepud #2

    (Acting)

  • Greg Poppleton

    Greg Poppleton

    Dufflepud #3

    (Acting)

  • Nicholas Neild

    Nicholas Neild

    Dufflepud #4

    (Acting)

  • Nathaniel Parker

    Nathaniel Parker

    Caspian's Father

    (Acting)

  • Daniel Poole

    Daniel Poole

    Young Man

    (Acting)

  • Mirko Grillini

    Mirko Grillini

    Telmarine Sailor

    (Acting)

  • Ron Kelly

    Ron Kelly

    Steward

    (Acting)

  • Laurence Coy

    Laurence Coy

    Photographer

    (Acting)

  • Douglas Gresham

    Douglas Gresham

    Slaver #1

    (Production)

  • Michael Maguire

    Michael Maguire

    Slaver #2

    (Acting)

  • Catarina Hebbard

    Catarina Hebbard

    Gael's Aunt

    (Acting)

  • Tamati Rangi

    Tamati Rangi

    Minotaur

    (Acting)

  • Lucas Ross

    Lucas Ross

    Handsome Soldier

    (Acting)

  • Megan Peta Hill

    Megan Peta Hill

    Pretty Young Nurse

    (Acting)

  • David Sachet

    David Sachet

    Trader

    (Acting)

  • Ross Price

    Ross Price

    First Mate

    (Acting)

Status

Released


Original Language

English


Production Country

United Kingdom


Budget

155,000,000


Revenue

415,686,217

Reviews

A review by Matt Golden

Written by Matt Golden on 21 Jul, 2013

In the immortal words of Col. Kurtz, "The horror...the horror." Marlon Brando wasn't speaking of this film, of course, but rather the horrors of the Vietnam War. The sentiment remains applicable. When I write reviews, I do try to give at least a modicum of context, be it a history of the film its...

A review by talisencrw

Written by talisencrw on 12 Apr, 2016

Growing up in the Canada in the 70's and 80's, I fondly recall vastly enjoying an animated version of Lewis' 'The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe' that was presented by Kraft on CTV. Now as a father of a son, I want to see with him the contemporary versions of the books I adored in my youth, though...

A review by r96sk

Written by r96sk on 04 Nov, 2020

I wouldn't class this as a good or bad film, it's in a weird sorta in-between to me. 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader' is, comparatively, bad. It loses the vibe and all the intrigue that the first film has, as it continues the downward trajectory set by the other...