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Ten years ago we traveled through a magic wardrobe to the fantastical land of Narnia. The Pevensie children transported us to a world full of monsters, talking animals, a helpful Faun, a great lion, and a evil Ice Queen. But the first installment to the Chronicles of Narnia happened a shocking ten years ago! So I think it's about time we test your knowledge of the movie!

Let's start with an easy one!


What is the name of this character?

Georgia Henley melted our hearts portraying the youngest of the Pevensie children, she reprised the character for Prince Caspian and the Voyage of the Dawn Trader, but otherwise hasn't really been a part of the acting world since. She sure has grown up a lot in the last 10 years!

Little Lucy is all grown up!
Little Lucy is all grown up!

Ready for question number two?


Which X-men star brought to life the iconic Mr. Tumnus?

After playing Mr. Tumnus, McAvoy went on to play young Charles Xavier in the X-Men franchise and can currently be seen playing the titular character in Victor Frankenstein alongside Daniel Radcliffe. If you haven't checked out the X-Men: Apocalypse trailer yet, I would do so now!

This next one is a little harder...


Which action star lent his voice to the mighty Aslan?

No real lions were used for the film, simply because Andrew Adamson (the director) wanted a moment where Georgie Henley could reach out and touch Aslan. It took approximately 10 hours to render each frame of the CGI Aslan and his 5.2 million individual hairs.

Just a couple more, can you do it?


Who was the first choice to play the White Witch?

Jadis the White Witch was inspired by the Snow Queen story by Hans Christian Anderson. The same story would be the basis for a later Disney movie you may have heard of called Frozen.

Final Question! Are you ready?


What is inscribed on Peter's sword?

And that's it folks! How did you do? Is it about time to watch Narnia again?


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