Tuesday, July 13, 2010

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader; TRAILER!

If you know how big a fan I am of Narnia then you will know why I am writing this. I heard from one of my brother's friends that there was a trailer for The Voyage of the Dawn Treader before Toy Story 3.
I almost passed out.
I decided to look up the video on YouTube. And found it.
I almost died.
I watched the video.
I did die.
I just can't believe that it is finally here! I was soo happy when I saw that video! And at every single scene I was like, "I remember that and that and that and that and..." Well you get my point. I have read the whole series twice already. And now of before the movie I am totally going to have to read it again. (Duh!) :) I am just soo happy!
Here is the link to the trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrJQDPpIK6I. Check it out!


Maddz said...

That was a pretty cool trailer! I didn't know there would be another one. But then again, I've never seen the movies or read the books. Though, I do have some books in the series on my bookshelf that we've gotten from friends. I have these:

1. The Magician's Nephew
2. The Lion, The Witch, And The Wardrobe
3. The Horse And His Boy
4. Prince Caspian

I might read them, but do they all have the same characters? It doesn't seem like it. And which one do I read first? I heard there's a weird order you read them in, but that may not be true, 'cause I really don't know, LOL!

I think that Peter Pan In Scarlet is the "offical" sequel. It was written a few years ago, by a different author of course, and I guess it takes place years and years later? I should check it out! Also, the Peter Pan book I have is a two-in-one thing: it has Peter Pan (though, the original title was Peter And Wendy), and the prequel, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, which tells how Peter got to Neverland, I guess. I'll read it as soon as I finish all the GG books, I think

I've read the first Kingdom Keepers and I didn't like it all that much (it was kind of confusing), but I think my sister did. Anyway, maybe I'll check out his Peter Pan books?


P.S. I got the Percy Jackson DVD today!! I'm about to watch it with my older sister, who hasn't read the books or seen the movie before. Let's see what she thinks of it!

Maddz said...

I might the Narnia books, maybe after I finish the rest of the books I got for my b-day. They sound pretty fun!

The Percy Jackson is pretty different, but really only the big stuff that's different is the fact there's no mention of the whole when-percy-turns-sixteen prophecy thing, especially since he's like 17 in the movie. You can find out all the differences here: http://percyjackson.wikia.com/wiki/Percy_Jackson_book_to_movie_differences

(Like EVERY difference.)

The movie was still cool, though! My family liked it. I've watched the DVD twice now, LOL

I still don't have The Last Olympian yet, though. Or The Red Pyramid. What about you?

Almost done with GG1! I've been pretty busy, so it's taken me a long time to read it. Liz cracks me up. "She knows every curse word in fourteen languages, but yet when faced with a minor catastrophe, Liz says 'Oopsy Daisy'"



Maddz said...

Just finished Cross My Heart And Hope To Spy this morning! I'm liking Zach a lot more this time around. When I read them the first time, I hated Zach because he was replacing Josh and I love Josh!ANYWAY, onto Don't Judge A Girl By Her Cover, and then it's time for Only The Good Spy Young!!

Yeah, I heard The Red Pyramid was supposed to be pretty cool, but it'll be hard to read since I don't know anything about Egyptian Gods!

You know, I've known about this book for a long time now, but I just thought of this: Why is the pyramid RED? LOL, seriously!

I've heard a lot about Shannon Hale recently, and I think I've seen The Princess Academy in the bookstore a few times, but, no, I've never read any of her books. Which one do you think is the best? I'll check it out sometime.