The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

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Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Media have confirmed that for budgetary and logistical reasons the Burbank-based studio is not exercising its option to co-produce and co-finance The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader with Walden.

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DVDs I Bought This Week!

Brian Gibson loves to buy DVDs. Come with him on his weekly journey into the depths of credit card debt as he tells you what to buy, rent and avoid.

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Prince Caspian

Mouse CEO Robert Iger is lamenting the decision to throw Prince Caspian onto the big screen in the middle of a crowded blockbusting summer. Apparently sales for the film aren’t up to snuff because of its May 16th release date.

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The Reject Report: Indiana Jones

Welcome to a special — and quick — Memorial Day update on the box office numbers for the entire four-day weekend. Projections for Monday are now in and without further ado, here are the Friday-to-Monday numbers.

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The Reject Report: Indiana Jones

Well, the numbers are in for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and we can say with certainty now that this movie is the top grosser of the year so far, but it is not going to be as big a blockbuster as some other movies that have been rolled out over five days.

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The Reject Report: Indiana Jones

Happy Memorial Day weekend, my fellow Americans! (Why am I saying that? I’m Canadian! And I don’t get a holiday on Monday, either.)

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Ben Barnes as Prince Caspian

While he’s brandishing a sword at the box office to fight for Narnia now, Ben Barnes will soon be stepping out of the chain mail and into the picture frame. He’s signed on to play the title role for a new adaptation of the Oscar Wilde novel “The Picture of Dorian Gray.”

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The Reject Report

The headline of the hour is that The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian was the Number One movie at the box office with a take of $56 million dollars. That’s the good news.

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The Pevensies and the Prince get set to take back Narnia

When it comes to the spectacle of the piece, it’s an epic family film. It’s a wonderful journey, and I’m very anxious to view it again.

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Marisa Miller

This week we take our Who’s That Hottie column to a place where we really shouldn’t go: Narnia. We check in with two saucy young gals that make up the softer side of the Pevensie family.

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The Reject Report

It’s really easy to pick a weekend box-office winner when these studios roll out only one new blockbuster week after week against absolutely no competition.

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Reject Report Summer Blockbuster Preview

The summer movie season is finally here. And when it comes to the box office, there is no one better than our John Cairns and The Reject Report. In this special edition, he makes some bold predictions about this year’s summer box office results.

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One word that I would not have used to describe the first installment in The Chronicles of Narnia series is “dark” or “intense”, but as you can see I have already used both to describe the second trailer for the upcoming sequel The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian.

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