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Four London children discover a wardrobe in a country house that transports them to the magical land of Narnia populated by talking animals.The land is under the spell of the evil White Witch, who has caused it to remain forever "winter without Christmas".
Skandar Keynes (Edmund) – Keynes hit puberty on the set of the first Narnia film and spent the rest of his adolescence starring in sequels (2010).
When the battle scene was being choreographed, we started a body count of all the people we had “slain” and I was doing very well,’ she adds with a grin.
As an actress, you can’t hope for a more high-profile film role than an action heroine.
‘I have a lot more action going on in this movie, which is great,’ she says, delighted to find herself armed with a quiver of arrows, the only female on the battlefield as she helps the disinherited Prince Caspian to regain his Narnian throne.
‘I was quite worried about not being able to keep up with the boys,’ she admits, ‘so, on the quiet, I had twice as many riding lessons as anyone else before we went out to film in Prague.It’s abundantly obvious that Anna Popplewell has done a lot of growing up since she made her name as bossy schoolgirl Susan, one of the four in the Disney film adaptation of C S Lewis’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.