When you’re doing a junket and two actors come into the room together, it’s sometimes a frustrating experience—one will take all the questions while the other sits back, or sometimes they’ll even joke with each other rather than answer anything.
But with Georgie Henley (who plays the youngest Pevensie, Lucy) and William Moseley (who plays the oldest, Peter), who have been working together for the last four years on the two Chronicles of Narnia movies, it’s like hanging out with your favorite younger cousins.
The two are clearly comfortable with each another, passing questions between them and throwing nudges and knowing glances once in a while.
When Georgie refers to William as being like her older brother in real life, you believe it.
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.
How was it seeing the movie for the first time last night?
: I was actually very scared when I was going up the escalators.
It was really stupid of me, because I ate a huge, salty burrito before I came into the cinema, and I was feeling slightly sick.
But as soon as I sat down, you know, Andrew creates Narnia—our director creates Narnia. We didn’t have any expectations, because we didn’t want them to get broken or beaten down or anything.
From the first music through the whole thing, I was just locked in to this fantastical world. Then I went in, and from the title sequence, like William said, I was just gripped.