Marshwiggle fans, there's no reason to be gloomy. C.S. Lewis' fourth "Chronicles of Narnia" book, "The Silver Chair," is in active development and nearing production. But it won't exactly be a continuation of the three "Narnia" movies released in the 2000s.
According to Collider, script writer David Magee and producer Mark Gordon are bringing this beloved story to life with a completely different production team, directors, and actors. It's actually being billed as more of a reboot than a sequel.
Will this new movie stay true to the classic novels and Christian allegory we all love? We may not find out for a while as a release date has not yet been given.
Are you excited about this? Were you a fans of the most recent movies or the late '80s BBC TV series?