The eagerly anticipated sequel finds Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy Pevensie (Georgie Henley), along with their cousin Eustace Scrubb (Will Poulter), joining Prince Caspian (Ben Barnes) on a high seas mission to find Narnia’s seven lost Lords.
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Voyage of the Dawn Treader is directed by Michael Apted (Extreme Measures) and features Liam Neeson (After.Life) as the voice of Asian, the Lion creator of Narnia.
The Chronicles of Narnia is a series of children novels written by Christian author C.S. Lewis. The first two adaptations—2005’s The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe and 2008’s The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian—were distributed by Walt Disney Films.
British starlet Alice Eve has been cast in director David Brooks’ upcoming feature film debut ATM. The 28-year-old stunner replaces Margarita Levieva (Knights of Badassdom) as the film’s female lead.
Written by Buried scribe Chris Sparling, ATM centers on three coworkers trapped in an ATM shack late at night by a maniacal stranger eager to withdraw blood from their heads. Like Buried, the majority of the film’s action occurs in a small confined space, namely the ATM enclosure.
Eve is best known for heart-wrenching Oscar-worthy topless scene in the Harrison Ford illegal-immigrant drama Crossing Over. She also starred as the only non-menopausal woman in Sex and the City 2 (not counting John Corbett). Her only horror cred is the Jay Baruchel vehicle She’s Out of My League.
Milfy Brit Joely Richardson is set to star in director David Fincher’s American film adaptation of late Swedish author Stieg Larsson’s bestselling novel “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.” She joins a cast that includes Daniel Craig (Casino Royal) as journalist Mikael Blomkvist and Rooney Mara (A Nightmare on Elm Street) as disturbed hacker-punk Lisbeth Salander.
No word yet on what role Richardson will play. The 45-year-old looker made her name in the States as icy matriarch Julia McNamara on the outrageous F/X series “Nip/Tuck.” Her horror creds include 1996’s Loch Ness, the made-for-TV thriller Fatal Contact: Bird Flu in America, and director Paul W.S. Anderson’s classic sci-fi thriller Event Horizon.
If you can’t wait to see Fincher’s film and have lost your library card, you can catch the Swedish film adaptations of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo and The Girl Who Played with Fire now. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet’s Nest is slated for limited theatrical release in the U.S. on Oct. 29.