But now Peter is much more angry, much more frustrated, headstrong and self-entitled.And I really had to get in touch with all those angry emotions and take it out on my fellow little siblings, which wasn’t easy at times.The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian will be the last Narnia film for Moseley—older siblings Susan and Peter don’t appear in the next book, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and won’t be added for the movie.But Henley will continue on as Lucy, joining Skandar Keynes as Edmund and Ben Barnes as Caspian.But now check out what two of the Pevensies have to say about learning to ride horses, getting recognized in airplanes by Italian girls, and hugging not one but two men dressed up in a lion costume.How was it seeing the movie for the first time last night?
Especially Will—he’s always there if you want to have a cuddle on set, which is lovely.
On an emotional level it was harder, but on a physical level I think it was actually better. To choreograph it, the stunt coordinator taught it to me probably in a day, or half a day I learnt it. They actually cut a lot of it out, because there was some really intense fight stuff in there. Do you think about it, or do you just feel its natural having shared this experience?
: I think the reason we have this bond is because in my family I’m the youngest—I have two older sisters, I’m the baby. I love it, because I’ve got two older sisters and I don’t have a big brother.
When you’re feeling down, Will’s always there, and he’s always happy, unless you’ve just done a shouting scene. : As an example, when I’m hugging Aslan, I was hugging Shane Rangi, who actually played the main minotaur in Prince Caspian.
I think the reason why we all have this chemistry and bond is because we’ve basically grown up together, almost. Then he went home, and Howard Berger, head of prosthetics, actually stepped in, put the lion’s head on. It was a lot easier this time, but I think the funniest thing was Reepicheep, because he’s just like a little bundle of fun.