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After being dismissed by Walt Disney Pictures, Walden Media has found a new partner in the form and shape of 20th Century Fox. That studio will now help make the third Narnia movie Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
According to Variety, Fox and Walden are going to split the cost of making and promoting the film, which is currently estimated to probably be around $140 million dollars (although the exact amount hasn't been finalized.) If everything works out the cast and crew would be filming the picture this summer in Australia for a holiday 2010 release.
Three of the four Prince Caspian children are set to reprise their roles, those being Skandar Keynes and Georgie Henley as Edmund and Lucy and Ben Barnes as Caspian. New to the franchise will be Will Poulter in the role of Eustace Clarence Scrubb. Michael Apted (Enigma) is still slated to direct.