EXCL: New photos of the Dawn Treader
The ship for Narnia 3 is almost complete

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Hey FOOLS! I was just emailed these really cool images from Cleveland Point, Queensland, Australia where construction is almost completed for the Dawn Treader, the ship that is the center piece for the third installment of Narnia, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader. The photos were actually taken by my Dad who lives near the site and he thought you FOOLS would like to see them. Filming has beguns but shooting of the ship early September and will last a little over 3 weeks. The ship has been built on a coastal point, I'm assuming so the ocean is behind them while filming, and stands at 12 metres high and 45 metres in length. The Dawn Treader has also been built on a gimble so the ship can pitch and tilt whilst being filmed.

So check out the four photos below, the first and second photos show the ship almost completed. The third shows a Dragon's head that when my Dad enquired about it he was told the head will be attached to the front of the ship and the fourth I'm not sure what they are I can only assume they are wings of the dragon that will also be attached to the ship. Either way they look pretty damn cool. Thanks for the photos Reidy and enjoy them FOOLS!

Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader is released 26 December 2010. 

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Posted by biggeoff - 8/1/2009 7:15:49 AM


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That looks so cool!!! I can't wait till the movie comes out!!!
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