All Narnia Movies in Order: Chronicles of Narnia Movies

Adapted from C.S. Leiws’s biggest hit, The Chronicles of Narnia shot the popularity of the Grand fantasy adventure genre to the skies. These movies sowed the seeds for future mega-hits in the same genre, like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.

In the series, we follow the four Pevensie siblings as they are drawn into the magical world of Narnia. As the siblings explore and discover the different aspects of this fantasy land, they have to defeat evil forces that are trying to disrupt Narnia’s peace. To defeat the great evil, the siblings team up with the mystical creatures of Narnia.

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So if you are looking to get into the series or want to relive your childhood memories by rewatching the movies, then you have come to the right place. This article has all you need to know about the movies, so grab your nearest blanket and prepare yourself for a comfy and nostalgic ride of this grand adventure.

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All Narnia Movies in Order: Chronicles of Narnia Movies

  1. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe

    Streaming On: Disney+

    Director: Andrew Adamson

    Writers: Andrew Adamson, Ann Peacock, Christopher Markus

    Cast: William Moseley, Georgie Henley, Tilda Swinton, Anna Popplewell, James McAvoy, Liam Neeson, Skandar Keynes, Dawn French, Kiran Shah, Elizabeth Hawthorne, James Cosmo, Jim Broadbent, Michael Madsen, Patrick Kake, Ray Winstone

    Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy

    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) on IMDb

    In this movie, we follow the story of four siblings who secretly start sneaking into a magical fantasy land. As they spend more and more time there, they discover that the White Witch curses Narnia. The siblings team up with Aslan, a lion to take the witch down.

    Due to air raids in London during the World War, the Pevensie siblings Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy are sent to the countryside to Professor Kirkie. While playing with her siblings, Lucy hides inside a wardrobe only to discover that she is in a magical world

    There Lucy meets Mr Tumuns who explains that she is in Narnia. He also informs Lucy that Narnia is under a curse from the White Witch, which causes Narnia to have an endless Winter. Tumuns sends Lucy home, where she notices that barely any time has passed.

    Next Lucy and Edmund both enter Narnia. Edmund meets the White Witch, who offers him Kingship if he brings his other siblings to her. When the two siblings return, Edmund refuses the existence of Narnia.

    While hiding from the housekeeper, all the siblings are sent to Narnia. The Witch gets angry and imprisons Edmund as he came to meet her alone and sends wolves after the others. In search of help, the other siblings find Father Christmas who gives them three gifts.

    After reaching Aslan’s Camp, the siblings team up with Aslan the lion, and defeat the wolves coming after them. After using a magic spell that the Witch has never seen, Aslan beats the Witch and lifts Narnia’s curse.

    All the siblings are crowned Kings and Queens. 15 years later they return to the real world only to discover that they are still kids. The movie ends with Professor Kirkie asking the kids why they were hiding in the closet.

    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe set the bar for all future Grand fantasy movies. The movie has a well-developed story, a fantastical world full of magic, and many mythical creatures, all complimented by its beautiful landscapes.

  2. The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian

    Streaming On: Disney+

    Director: Andrew Adamson

    Writers: Andrew Adamson, Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely

    Cast: Ben Barnes, Georgie Henley, William Moseley, Skandar Keynes, Peter Dinklage, Warwick Davis, Pierfrancesco Favino, Liam Neeson, Damián Alcázar, Anna Popplewell, Douglas Gresham, Tilda Swinton, Sergio Castellitto, Eddie Izzard, Alicia Borrachero, Vincent Grass

    Genres: Action, Adventure, Family, Fantasy

    The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008) on IMDb

    Released 3 years after the previous movie, The Chronicles of Narnia continues the adventures of the Pevensie siblings. In it, we follow a revived Prince who recruits the help of the Pevensie siblings to get back the kingdom that was rightfully his.

    Over 13 decades have passed in Narnia, while only a year has passed for the siblings. When Prince Caspian is revived, his life is in immediate danger as he is the heir to the throne of Narnia. His mentor gives him a magical horn and sends him away. When Caspian mistakes help from some beavers as hostility, he blows the horn which summons the siblings.

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    While the siblings explore the new Narnia, Caspian wins the Narnians’ support in supporting him to get his throne back. When Caspian runs into the siblings, they team up. Peter rushes the attack on the castle. When Caspian finds out that his Uncle killed his father, Caspian confronts him.

    They retreat when half of their army is killed due to a rushed attack, and when Caspian is shot with cross-bolt. Peter challenges Miraz and injures him. Peter hands Caspian the sword to finish the job, but Caspain losses confidence. Lord Sopespian finishes Miraz off and blames Caspian for the murder, this causes an all-out war.

    Lucy finds Aslan, who helps finish the war. Caspian is crowned king and Aslan tells the siblings that only Lucy and Edmund are the only ones to return to Narnia, as the other two have learned all they could.

    As with time, the story of the Narnia movies grows and deals with more adult and serious themes but still retains the magical and mystical feel. New and more loveable characters are introduced while themes like regret, betrayal, and revenge are sprinkled throughout the movie.

  3. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

    Streaming On: Disney+

    Director: Michael Apted

    Writer: Christopher Markus, Stephen McFeely, Michael Petroni

    Cast: Skandar Keynes, Georgie Henley, Will Poulter, Ben Barnes, Simon Pegg, Gary Sweet, Shane Rangi, Steven Rooke, Laura Brent, Bille Brown, Terry Norris, Bruce Spence, Arabella Morton, Morgan Evans, Tony Nixon, Nathaniel Parker, David Vallon, Liam Neeson

    Genres: Adventure, Family, Fantasy

    The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (2010) on IMDb

    In the final installment of the franchise, we get to see Caspian as he enlists the help of the Pevensie siblings to save the seven lords who were banished to Lone Islands by his uncle for false reasons.

    While staring at the painting of a ship, Lucy, Edmund, and their annoying sibling Eustace are sucked into Narnia. On the Dwan Treader (ship) Caspian explains that he wants to rescue the seven lords that his uncle banished.

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    On the first island, the group is imprisoned as slaves. Caspians meets the first lord, Lord Burns. Caspians’s army frees them and all the slaves. Caspian names Burns the lord of the island, in exchange, Burns hands Caspian a sword.

    On the second island, Lucy helps magician Crokain become visible again. Croakin tells the group that they will have to beat the green mist which will test them with temptations, to free all the lords and beat the dark island. On the next island, Caspian finds two dead lords and retrieves two swords but Eustace gives into temptation and is turned into a dragon.

    On the next island, the group finds three of the lords in an eternal slumber. A fairy guides the group to the dark island where they are attacked by the green mist and forced to fight against the things they want the most. Eustace is attacked by a serpent and flies away. While fleeing he is discovered by Aslan who turns him back to normal and hands him the last sword.

    Eustace beats his temptations and places the last sword on the table, dispersing the mist. The movie ends with Aslan telling Lucy and Edmund that they won’t be able to return anymore as they have learned everything Narnia offers.

    Due to a big change in the cast, the sibling dynamic differs a lot as compared to the previous movies. While the founding elements like the world and scenery are retained from the previous ones, this movie is set in a completely different setting which gives it a very refreshing feel.


So these were all the Chronicles of Narnia movies discussed in the correct watch order. With the first Narnia movie released over 17 years ago, the Narnia movies still hold up very well in current times. Easily one of the most iconic grand fantasy franchises, Narnia is one of the best recommendations for anyone wanting to get into this genre.

Regardless of your age, you will feel fresh and enjoyable after watching any installment from Narnia movies. This is one of the great reasons why it is still popular among audiences of almost all genders/ages.

Narnia Movies According To IMDb Ratings

  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe – 6.9 By 411K Votes
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian – 6.5 By 217K Votes
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader – 6.3 By 159K Votes

Narnia Movies According To Box Office Collection

  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe – $745 Million
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian – $420 Million
  • The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader – $416 Million


Why are there only 4 Narnia movies?

Poor Marketing and low popularity. After the first movie which was hugely successful, the marketing for the series lost its footing causing the audience to lose interest and causing a dip in the popularity of the series.

What are the 7 Chronicles of Narnia books in order?

The order of the Chronicles of Narnia books goes as follows – 1. The Magician’s Nephew, 2. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, 3. The Horse and His Boy, 4. Prince Caspian, 5. The Voyage of the “Dawn Treader”, 6. The Silver Chair, 7. The Last Battle

Is Harry Potter and Narnia connected?

No. Though the world of the two franchises might seem similar, the two are not connected. While the Narnia series is written by C.S. Lewis, the harry potter series is penned by J.K. Rowling.

Why did Narnia movies fail?

Produced in 2005, the technology required to recreate the vivid, vibrant, and immersive world of Narnia was very near impossible with the technology at hand. Though the movies were financially successful, Disney still decided to pull them out of production due to the marginal profits that the sequels produced.

Kierra Rowsey
Kierra Rowsey

Kierra Rowsey is a freelance TV, Film and anime critic for over 12 years, living in Arkansas with her husband and three kids. She graduated from NYU College of Arts & Science in 2008.

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