Georgie Henley (Lucy Pevensie) in Perfect Sisters (2014)

Perfect SistersNot a news about The Chronicles of Narnia or C.S. Lewis but it’s a news that fans of the Narnia films might know. Lucy Pevensie or Georgie Henley in real life returns to the big screen with this new horror, crime and drama film, Perfect Sisters.

Perfect Sisters gets a release date and it will be released this April 11, 2014. The film was said to be released last 2012 but was postponed to 2013 but now, we finally got a release date however it is not clear if it will be released worldwide. To add, the film was released in Canada for a private showing before. The movie stars Georgie Henley (Lucy Pevensie in the Chronicles of Narnia) and Abigail Breslin.

A few days ago, Yahoo Movies just released an article stating that the film finally gets a trailer! As most of us know, many fans of both Henley and Breslin are really waiting for the movie trailer and of course for the release date. The trailer is short and it is likely a teaser trailer.

The film is different from the past roles that Georgie Henley played in The Chronicles of Narnia. Well, we will see her in a different role and character in this film, a film which is about crime and drama. It is based on a true story, 2 sisters planned to finish their mother’s life. More information about the film here on IMDB.

You may watch the trailer here:

For further information, please visit Yahoo Movies or Narnia Contintent

Stay tuned for more updates Narnians!

8 Responses to “Georgie Henley (Lucy Pevensie) in Perfect Sisters (2014)”

  1. Roger says:

    The movie can already be purchased at iTunes.

    • Paul Martin says:

      Yeah, this release date of April 11 is a limited release. Not sure why the movie is releasing like this.

      • Andrew says:

        Weird… Looks really good though!

      • Roger says:

        It is releasing in LA, NYC and Toronto on April 11.

        This movie may have had problems getting a distributor. The director is a good director but had some real problems on a previous project. This is a low budget picture which could be a good thing. The talent is first rate.

        I have bought the picture but have not seen it yet. I will watch it in the next few days. I will write a review if you want.

  2. Andrew says:

    How can I join the forums? I tried to register but it says registration has been disabled.

  3. ArvinJan Pevensie says:

    Yes it is not a wide release. maybe because of the budget? not really sure but this was released in canada as what I remember…. not: not world wide release

  4. talking beast says:

    Go Georgie!
    But keep some space in your schedule in case they make films of two really good books I think you’d be great for – they’re called ” The Horse and His Boy” and “The Last Battle”.

  5. Matt says:

    What a nasty, evil idea for a movie! Sure it’s a true story, but stories like this are better left untold. How upsetting that our dear little Lucy is starring in such an ungodly film. Will NOT be seeing this one.

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