Fancasting British Literature: C. S. Lewis’ Prince Caspian

This is the fourth in a thread of posts in which I’ve been fancasting C. S. Lewis’ acclaimed The Chronicle’s of Narnia series.
This story comes right after The Horse and His Boy (in terms of chronology) but it’s more of sequel to The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. 

One year after they left Narnia, Peter (Jaeden Lieberher), Susan (Sophie Lillis), Edmund (Levi Miller) and Lucy (Dafne Keen) return to the land they once called home to find that its been nearly 1300 years since their last visit.
War has come again and the Pevensies must help Prince Caspian (Avan Jogia) with his campaign in becoming King of Narnia.
To do this, they must  fend off the foreign invader Miraz (Giancarlo Esposito), a Telmarine with nothing but a violent lust for blood in his heart for Narnia, and his nephew Caspian.

My Cast

Main Characters

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Creator: Ronald D. Moore (Outlander)

Writers: Anne Kenney & Julian Jones (Merlin)

Series Director: Anna Foerster

Musical Score: Bear McCreary (Black Sails)

Supporting Characters

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Cinematographer: Anne Foerster

No. Seasons: One

No. Episodes: Eight

Distribution: BBC One (UK) & Starz (US)

Villains & Antagonists

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Production: BBC Wales & Sony Pictures Televison

Country of Origin: United Kingdom

Running Time: 60 mins

Certificate: PG

Additional Characters

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I’d be as bold as to say that Prince Caspian is as pivotal to this series as The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Whilst Lion sets up Prince Caspian and introduces the Pevensies, Prince sets up: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair and The Last Battle.
In these books we follow Caspian’s line through his son Rilian and their descendant Tirian. Anyhow in my opinion Prince Caspian is a great novel that everybody should read, no matter if you’re aged eight or eighty-eight.

“Some of you may have forgotten, but we Badgers remember well, that Narnia was never right except when a Son of Adam was king”.