Q: Hey, I'd just like to say how much I enjoy Narniafans and that it's the best Narnia website ever! Also, I'd like to know if the LWW extended edition DVD will be coming out in England, or atleast in region 2 format, and if anyone has any information about how much it will cost etc. Thanks!
A: We haven't yet heard reports on a Region 2 release, or if it will be released in Spain. We're continually doing investigative work, but coming up with little information as of yet. When we know, you'll know.
Q: MAJOR SPOILER FOR THE LAST BATTLE, READER BEWARE: I'm 14 years old and when I went to go that movie I went crazy. Every body did a good job. When will the next movie come out? Are you guys gonna make The Last Battle into a movie? That would be tight due to the fact that all the kings and queens of Narnia would meet each other.
A: The next movie, The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian, is due out in the Summer of 2008. There is no definite release date as of this moment. As for The Last Battle, Walden Media and Disney own the rights to all seven Chronicles, and The Last Battle will hopefully reach the big screen after some time.
Q: I have a question. I sent William Moseley a fan letter 3 months ago and i still haven't gotton a reply. I didn't include an International Reply Coupon and the return address was outside the envelope. Did I have to add the IFC?
-really anxious to know
A: According to FanMail.biz, it can take 3+ months to get a response, so you may see one sometime soon. However, it is important to remember to add the IFCs to the envelope, as it says on FanMail.biz:
If you do not live in United Kingdom, add several* International Reply Coupons.
The International Reply Coupons (IRC) will be used by the receiver to purchase english stamps. You can only get them at your post office. Place the IRCs into the envelope, not on it. For more information on reply coupons click here.
Q: Are there any interviews with the artists who performed in the film, and with those who didn't? I mean, those who had their songs in the film and those who were inspired by the film and books? It'd be really interesting to know their take on the film, the experiences they had with making the music, and when they first experienced Narnia for themselves.
A: If you mean, here on NarniaFans.com, we never actually thought of doing an interview like that, however, we do know there was an interview with Bethany Dillon in CCM about her experiences doing a song for the film. This would be a really interesting topic, and I'd love to have interviews such as these. If anyone knows of any such interviews, e-mail us. Alternately, if you can set up interviews with the artists for us, let us know.
Q: I love the new mailbag! I see the results every week of who wrote in and why. Keep up the terrific work on the site, NarniaFans!
-foxfan from Texas, USA
A: Thanks very much! We really enjoy it as well. We're hoping to have more people answering the questions soon, so that we can have multiple voices chime in on the letters with, perhaps, varied viewpoints on the same letters.
Q: May God bless you! The site is great!
A: God Bless you! Thanks!
Q: My question is why is William Moseley not allowed to say whether or not he has a girlfriend? I know it's on his contract but I don't really understand why. If you don't know the answer definitley can you give possible reasons for this? Thanks! Great Site!
A: Well, William Moseley seems to get a lot of attention from possible female suitors. I am not going to deny it: girls love him. Part of the reason, most likely, has to do with privacy. It's really not our business whether or not he has a girlfriend, and if so, who she is. If he does, and her name is revealed to everyone, eventually her address could get around to the very jealous type, and many may send her threatening letters. It's sad, but it's true. For this reason, it is for his protection as well as hers. Honestly, would you want all the attention that it would bring? Some would eat that kind of attention up, but would it be for all the right reasons? When it comes down to it, he puts his pants on one leg at a time, just like all of us, he's just more in the public eye than a lot of us. But I'm not sure the actual reasoning, so take this with a grain of salt.