Georgie Henley stated that William Moseley is like the older brother she has never had.
To help and hinder him, he has Reepicheep the valiant but pompous mouse (now voiced by Simon Pegg) and, from our own world, the two younger Pevensie children from earlier in the series, Edmund (Skandar Keynes) and Lucy (Georgie Henley, who has lost none of the acting ability she showed in the first Narnian film), plus their cousin Eustace Scrubb (Will Poulter, whom you may remember as the talented young comedian from Son of Rambow). He’s one of children’s literature’s most obnoxious anti-heroes. The main subtext of the story – and the great joy of the film – lies in his redemption. The first Narnian film made $745million, but Prince Caspian grossed ‘only’ $420million, which led Disney to bow out of the series.
Twentieth Century Fox has taken over, and I suspect Disney will regret that they didn’t stick with the project.
Prince Liam, played by William Moseley on the original series, will have a real Tinder profile, complete with his photos (pictured) and interests, during the week leading up to Valentine’s Day, as part of the unpaid partnership between the cable net and the app.
The cabler is teaming up with Tinder, ahead of “The Royals” premiere, to promote the upcoming scripted dramedy via Prince Liam’s mobile dating profile.
She has appeared in all the sequels and is playing Lola in Mary, Queen of Scots.
Users of Tinder, a matchmaking mobile app for women 18 and older, who “swipe right” on Prince Liam will match up with him, resulting in a personal message from “The Royals” prince, followed by footage from the series.
Georgie has played the role of Lucy Pevensie ever since then.
She's starred in the Lion the witch and the Wardrobe (2005), Prince caspian (2008) , and Voyage of the Dawn Treader which recently came out in May of last year.
I trained on my acting to get better because I knew I was taking on a new role this time. Lucy has struggles seeing Aslan more in this movie than the previous.