It looks like Disney has taken down the official Narnia website, formerly available at Narnia.com. Perhaps they’re getting ready to transfer the domain to 20th Century Fox. Get ready, then, for an all-new Narnia.com, sometime this year.
I’ve always thought that it should be in the hands of Walden Media for this very reason. Walden Media holds the license on the series. However, Disney’s hosting capacity was probably much larger, being as big a company as they are.
John Burkitt points out who the owner of the Narnia.com domain is. It’s as I figured, the Lewis Estate owns it.
The domain belongs to:
C.S. Lewis Pte Ltd
1st Floor, Unit 4, Old Generator House
Bourne Valley Road
Poole, Dorset BH12 1DZ
Narnia Spy Shad E. wrote, letting us know that his brother found a couple of Narnia games hidden on the official Narnia website:
My younger brother went to the Narnia site to play that “Enter Narnia” Game (the one were you search for the hidden Narnians). He found two other games hidden inside the first one. The first of the two can be found in the “Beruna Woods” and is called “Castle Escape.” (click on the horse or this link)
Second is found in “Miraz’s Castle” and is called “Gryphon Attack.” (We especially enjoy this game.)
(click on the rock or this link)
Disney has just launched the official site for The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian. It isn’t a total re-design, though. They moved the ‘old’ version of the site to become a “portal.” From the portal you can even get to the site for The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
The Prince Caspian site comes loaded with wallpaper, AIM Icons, the Trailer (And Videos, hinting at more videos to come), and much more. It is a very impressive site that is a wonder to just sit and look at. It is impressive how much effort was put into the site. It definitely pulls you into the wonder that is Narnia.
Visit the official Narnia site today!
After years of snow and wardrobes, Narnia’s long winter has ended and become full of lush green valleys, trees, and sunshine. And no, we’re not talking about the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.
Narnia.com has finally updated it’s site from the Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, and made the transition to Prince Caspian. It has also added a countdown clock for Prince Caspian‘s release.
See the new front page!