1. Remember The Chronicles of Narnia? It’s been almost 10 years since Disney released its film adaptation of C.S. Lewis’ beloved classic.
The film tells the story of the four Pevensie siblings who discover a magical land in the back of an old wardrobe after being sent away as evacuees during the Second World War.
2. Of course, you remember! But have you ever found yourself wondering where those four siblings are now?
Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered.
3. William Moseley as Peter Pevensie
Alert: Peter got hot. After being cast as the eldest Pevensie sibling in The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe at age 18, Moseley continued his lead role as Peter in the film’s follow-up, Prince Caspian. He’s had small roles in several movies since, including the series’ final film, Voyage of the Dawn Treader. Now 28, he’s starring as Prince Liam in The Royals alongside Elizabeth Hurley. The network picked up the show for a second season two months before its debut.
4. Anna Popplewell as Susan Pevensie
Anna has been busy since her days as Susan Pevensie, but you wouldn’t know it from her IMDb page. She was accepted to Oxford University in 2007 to study English language and literature (filming for Prince Caspian had finished in September 2007, right before she started her undergraduate study), and she’s had several roles on stage. Now 26, she has a starring role as Lola on Reign, which follows the early life of Mary, Queen of Scots. And she looks exactly like you’ve always imagined!
5. Georgie Henley as Lucy Pevensie
Georgie Henley was cast as the youngest Pevensie sibling at age 10 and played a starring role in all three of the franchise’s films. Although her acting credits slow down after Voyage of the Dawn Treader, she’s starred in two films within the last year: Perfect Sisters, alongside fellow former child star Abigail Breslin, and The Sisterhood of Night, an indie movie about a coven of teen witches. Plus, in keeping with the rest of her on-screen siblings, she is currently studying English at Cambridge University.
6. Skandar Keynes as Edmund Pevensie
Skandar Keynes was cast in the Chronicles of Narnia by chance: He was enrolled in a small acting class and was picked up by a casting agent at age 14. After starring in all three movies in the franchise, he gave up acting and enrolled at Cambridge University in 2010 to study Arabic and Persian Languages and Middle Eastern History. He graduated last year.
7. Here’s hoping they keep in touch!
We’ve updated the post to include a photo of Skandar Keynes.
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