This may very well be the first and last time that The Christian Post breaks the news regarding the latest entry in a series of blockbuster fantasy films, but that's not too unexpected when you're dealing with the 'Chronicles of Narnia' series, which wears its religious influence on its sleeve.

Despite inconsistent box office and mixed critical reaction, Walden Media and Fox seem dead-set on filming all seven books in C.S. Lewis's 'Narnia' series. Although 'The Silver Chair' is technically the next chronological entry in the series, Walden Media co-founder and president Michael Flaherty told The Christian Post that they'll be taking on 'The Magician's Nephew' next, a prequel story and the sixth book published. As Flaherty himself says:

"We are starting to talk to Fox and talk to the C.S. Lewis estate now about the Magician's Nephew being our next film ... If we can all agree to move forward, then what we would do is find someone to write the script. So, it could still be a couple of years."

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