Back in 2005, the magical and mysterious world of C. S. Lewis's epic fantasy The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe was brought to the big screen. Filled to the brim with talking animals, mythical creatures, otherworldly conflicts and one White Witch who rules the land submerged in deep winter for a hundred years, the on-screen adaptation was undoubtedly a marvel to behold. Need reminding of exactly why? Here's the trailer:
Indeed, when the Pevensie siblings curiously stepped out into the world of Narnia through a magical wardrobe, it kick-started one of the most successful fantasy franchises in recent history. And unsurprisingly, the actors who portrayed the WW1-era brothers and sisters were catapulted into superstardom.
Eleven years on, and they have followed in the footsteps of many child stars and grown into beautiful swans — in other words, they've completely Neville Longbottomed. Don't believe me? Take a look:
1. Georgie Henley
Georgie was cast at the tender age of 10 as Lucy. Over a decade on, and the beautiful red-head is still showing off her acting skills in various projects, while also studying English at Cambridge University. Most recently, she appeared alongside equally grown-up child-star Abigail Breslin in Perfect Sisters. Take a sneak peek at the trailer:
2. Skandar Keynes
Just like Georgie, Skandar Keynes also spent a lot of time getting his brains into gear at Cambridge University. After bidding a fine farewell to his role in the movie series (he appeared in three of the movies!), he enrolled in an Arabic and Persian Languages course at the world-renowned institution.
3. William Moseley
In the movie, 18-year-old William was cast as Peter, the eldest of the Pevensie siblings. Today, he is 28 and has morphed into an exquisite man with a jaw-line to die for — just take a look at this absolute babe:
Since his Narnia days, he's been best known for his performance as Prince Liam alongside Elizabeth Hurley in The Royals.
4. Anna Popplewell
Following her performances in the The Chronicles Of Narnia series, Anna (who played Susan) went on to study at the University of Oxford in England. These days, you can catch her in Reign — she plays the part of Lola in the drama that follows the life of Mary, Queen of Scots.