Joe Johnston plans shooting The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair in winter 2018 preceding resigning from filmmaking inside and out. The Chronicles of Narnia film arrangement, in view of the books of a similar name by C.S. Lewis, burst onto the scene with The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe in 2005. The film rapidly turned into a surprising hit for Walt Disney Studios, earning over $745 million at the overall film industry against an expected creation spending plan of $150 million.
A spin-off subtitled Prince Caspian discharged three years after the fact yet wasn’t so effective. Netting just shy of $420 million all around against an expected generation spending plan of $225 million. Which is the reason Disney chose to put the establishment on hold? Twentieth Century Fox went ahead board a couple of years after the fact and conveyed the third portion, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
Be that as it may, rights issues retired the arrangement until the C.S. Lewis Company went to a concurrence with the Mark Gordon Company. Alongside TriStar Pictures and Entertainment One, to deliver and disseminate the up and coming fourth section, The Silver Chair.
Johnston told ARTS at Comic-Con Paris 2017 that The Silver Chair is scheduled to enter production in winter 2018, which means the film may not release until late 2019 at the earliest. Johnston said: “It will take a couple years to make the film, but we won’t be able to start shooting until next winter. We’ll be in New Zealand, in the south island, which will be summer down there. Then post and the visual effects and everything will take another year. So, it’ll be 2019″.
Notwithstanding giving a taping refresh on The Silver Chair. Johnston additionally affirmed to ARTS that the Narnia motion picture will be his last task before resigning. Johnston stated: “I’m recently prepared to go accomplish something different at this point”. While the movie producer didn’t state what he anticipates doing amid his downtime. He said that he has a couple of puppies he needs to deal with and invest more energy with.
For those that don’t have the foggiest idea. Johnston began his vocation as an impacts craftsman and workmanship chief for Lucasfilm. Dealing with George Lucas’ unique Star Wars set of three and Steven Spielberg’s Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.
His directorial make a big appearance, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, didn’t discharge until 1989. Also, from that point forward. He’s coordinated dearest movies, for example. The Rocketeer and Jumanji, and also Captain America: The First Avenger for Marvel Studios. The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair might be his last film. However, his profession has left an enduring impact on the filmmaking business that will stay for quite a long time to come.