Here are the latest posts about Narnia on Writers Write:
NBC Lawyers Stop Lazy Sunday Viral (2006-02-17): Boing Boing reports that NBC lawyers have ordered YouTube to remove the popular Lazy Sunday: Chronicles of Narnia video that appeared on Saturday Night Live.
Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg Perform Narnia Rap on SNL (2006-01-16): SNL's f Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg perform a new rap song called Lazy Sunday: Chronicles of Narnia Rap
The Critics of Narnia (2005-12-16): Catherine Seipp writes an interesting commentary in the L.
Strong Box Office Debut for Narnia (2005-12-13): The Disney and Walden Media remake of the C.
1959 Letter Shows CS Lewis Was Not Keen on Narnia Film (2005-11-29): The Guardian reports that a old letter written by CS Lewis in 1959 has surfaced that clearly indicates that the Narnia author was opposed to a tv series or film based on the popular children's fantasy series.
C.S. Lewis' Ulster Roots (2005-10-24): As the release date for the film version of C.
Philip Pullman Blasts Narnia Film (2005-10-17): British author Philip Pullman has absolutely slammed the new Narnia movie, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, based on the classic book by C.
Narnia Displays Coming Soon to Bookstores (2005-06-29): Narnia themes and displays will soon be in bookstore
everywhere but not until after the new Harry Potter release on July 16th.
Disney Signs Agreement With Walden Media to Produce Narnia (2004-03-26): The Walt Disney Studios has entered into an agreement with Walden Media to co-finance
and distribute the motion picture The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion,
the Witch, and the Wardrobe, the first book published in C.
Walden Media Hires Shrek Director Andrew Adamson to Helm Narnia Film (2002-08-21): Walden Media has hired director Andrew Adamson,
who directed Shrek, to
helm the first live action
feature film adaptation of The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
Walden Media to Produce Narnia Film (2001-12-07): Walden Media has partnered with
Harper Collins Children's Books Launches Narnia Website (2000-09-25): Harper Collins Children's Books has announced the launch
of a new website for the popular children's fantasy
series, The Chronicles of Narnia by C.