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It's clear that there's a reason she's waited until her little brother and sister have left the room to move onto this topic of conversation. It wasn't really like this, like Anna, one of his favourite people in the world, sitting here and implying that she wants him to be her boyfriend. Maybe one day he'll marry her and they'll have children. "I know."She leans against the doorframe in the following silence, and Will inspects the ground."It's a shame we had to go through all of that to figure that out," she says after a moment, and they laugh, but things still don't feel quite right."Still friends, though? Always."He holds out his hand, but she goes in to hug him, and his arm gets squished against her stomach.And it'll all be fine, because they're best friends, and they love each other. Both blushing and stammering apologies, they say goodbye, and Will stumbles down the driveway feeling ridiculous. They don't really stay in touch when Will goes back to Gloucestershire.She has also appeared in supporting roles in the movies “Payback Season” and “Passengers” and starred in the webseries “Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn.”Skandar left acting for a time and became an impressive scholar instead: he studied Arabic and Middle Eastern History at Cambridge and was named one of Business Insider's "16 Incredibly Impressive Students At Cambridge University.” Earlier this year, he made his first return to acting since “Narnia,” lending his voice to the audio drama “Extraordinary Adventures of G. Henty: In Freedom's Cause.”Like Skandar, Georgie left acting to focus on her studies; she’s currently studying English at Cambridge.However, Georgie seems to have more of an intention to return to acting: she co-starred with Abigail Breslin in this year’s crime drama “Perfect Sisters” and landed the lead in the upcoming Salem Witch Trials drama “The Sisterhood Of Night.” Will won this year’s BAFTA Rising Star Award and was named part of “Hollywood’s Next Wave” by Vanity Fair, thanks to his roles in “We’re The Millers” and “The Maze Runner.” He’ll next appear in “The Revenant” with Leonardo Di Caprio and Tom Hardy, “The Yellow Birds” with Benedict Cumberbatch and “Kids In Love” with Cara Delevingne.He is likely to be engaged in providing and caring for others in a professional capacity. Anna People probably expected something to have happened between them during filming, but it never did. They all still see each other, after a couple of weeks' break, and Will goes round to Anna's house for dinner every now and then. It seems like everyone he knows is trying to set the two of them up, but this is the first time they've actually attempted to talk about it.James had appeared in mainly indies and TV series before “Narnia”; the series brought him major attention and he went on to star in movies including “The Last King Of Scotland,” “Atonement,” the “X-Men” franchise and the upcoming “The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby.” Ben has continued hovering just below the A-list, appearing movies including “Killing Bono,” “The Words,” and “The Big Wedding.” He stars in the upcoming History Channel miniseries “Sons of Liberty” and has three movies set for next year: “God Only Knows” with Leighton Meester, “Jackie & Ryan” with Katherine Heigl and “Seventh Son” with Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore.
Pictured: Bel hitting the red carpet at the special screening premiere held at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema on Thursday (March 23) in New York City.
He had to repeat Upper Sixth because he had taken so much time off school while filming The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Casting director Pippa Hall was responsible for casting William as an extra when she was filling roles for Cider with Rosie (TV) back in 1998.
Her post-”Narnia” movies include “We Need To Talk About Kevin,” “Moonrise Kingdom,” “Only Lovers Left Alive,” “Snowpiercer” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” among others.
Like Tilda Swinton, Liam Neeson was already an A-lister when he joined “Narnia.” Post-”Narnia” highlights include “Taken 2,” “A Million Ways To Die In The West” and the current thriller “A Walk Among The Tombstones.” Peter Dinklage is now best known as Tyrion on the hit series “Game of Thrones”; other notable post-”Narnia” performances include “Death At A Funeral,” “X-Men: Days Of Future Past” and “The Angriest Man In Brooklyn.” Upcoming movies include “Pixels” with Adam Sandler and the “Angry Birds” movie (voice only).