The Silver Chair's up in the air.
Fans of The Chronicles Of Narnia movie series may have assumed all hope was lost when it came to continuing the franchise.
It was one of the most obvious post-Potter franchise launches back in 2005, and after a decent return on The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, Disney backed out after the middling performance of Prince Caspian.
It then went a bit wrong with Voyage Of The Dawn Treader, which looked more like a BBC production from the 80s than a big budget Hollywood hit, and with that, the franchise quite literally looked dead in the water.
Fortunately for Narnia fans, The Mark Gordon Company and The C.S. Lewis Company, who own the Narnia movie rights, are intent on reviving the series with The Silver Chair, the fourth book in the series.
The story is set about a year after Dawn Treader, although many years have passed in Narnia. Talking lion, Aslan, calls upon a two characters, Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole to find Prince Caspian's long lost son, Prince Rillian, the heir to the Narnia throne.
There have be no further developments as far as filmmakers go, from director to cast, but we expect those rumours to begin in the coming weeks.