The fourth part of the epic fantasy series, based on C. S. Lewis' novels
Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole set off to rescue King Caspian's son Prince Rilian, who was abducted by the evil Lady of the Green Kirtle.
Based on the fourth book of C. S. Lewis' beloved series of fantasy novels. Its predecessor The Chronicles of Narna: Voyage of the Dawn Trader grossed around $415 million worldwide, which suggests an unbroken interest in the Narnia saga. But the film also cost the substantial amount of $155 million, not including marketing costs. It is yet unclear if Fox 2000 will greenlight the sequel.