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But the young actors, who are all British, have matured quite a bit, compared to the picture released in 2005 since they were first unveiled following two-year search in which 4,000 children were auditioned. Growth spurt: Skandar Keynes (Edmund Pevensie), Georgie Henley (Lucy Pevensie), William Moseley (Peter Pevensie), Anna Popplewell (Susan Pevensie) on the red carpet at the premiere of The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian in New York Anna Popplewell, 19, looks like a Keira Knightley in the making, in her stunning red gown, radiating old Hollywood glamour.Whereas 20-year-old William Moseley, who plays elder brother Peter, looks much like a young Jude Law.Today Anna Popplewell and William Moseley, explain why Susan’s and Peter’s last journey into Narnia shouldn’t be missed…I suppose I should be used to it by now, but the scale has upped itself pretty-much proportionately going into this film. Having another fantasy race of people in the Telmarines, meant that we had hundreds and hundreds of extras playing soldiers on set.That meant bigger cameras and bigger depart-ments and it just meant that everything was upped in terms of the scale.Anna Popplewell is a British film, television and theatre actress. She is known for her role as Susan in The Chronicles of Narnia.

Talking about her personal life, Anna is currently married to husband Sam Caird.

She graduated from there in English literature in 2010. She then started getting supporting roles in movies like The Little Vampire (2000) and Girl with a Pearl Earring (2003).

William Moseley is one of the most consistent actors around, and his killer looks can make any woman flatter.

In the first movie, Susan took on a very motherly role because the children had been evacuated – she feels very responsible for her siblings.

In this film, as before, Peter takes charge quite a lot and I think although Susan, being quite a bossy person, would love to take charge if she had the opportunity, she has to put up with some of Peter’s not-so-wise decisions.

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