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'Narnia' Upcoming Third Film Eyeing for October Production

April 21, 2008 (9:37 am) GMT
As 'Prince Caspian' is nearing its theatrical release, which is on May 16, producers revealed that they are planning to begin shooting for the third 'Narnia' film in October 2008.

Though "", the sequel to hit film "", has yet to be released in the theaters, producers of the adventure fantasy movie has begun scheduling for the production of the third film. Speaking at the New York Comic Con on April 19, producer Mark Johnson revealed that "" is now scheduled to start filming in October 2008.

Aside from letting out the shooting plan, Johnson also stated that director Michael Apted is looking for filming locations in New Zealand. He further said that though Apted is eyeing the Kiwi island, it is not impossible that the principal photography maybe taken in other locations. Additionally, Johnson confessed that two-third of the movie's filming is going to be done in Rosarito, Mexico at a huge water tank once used by James Cameron to shoot "Titanic" and Peter Weir to shoot "Master and Commander".

"Dawn Trader" is scheduled to bow in theaters on May 7, 2010. Meanwhile, its predecessor "Prince Caspian" which is directed by Andrew Adamson is set for May 16, 2008 release. The Buena Vista Pictures' film sees , , , and as its stars.

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