As Garfield called attention to, it would be future Shadow and Bone star Barnes who nabbed the job of Prince Caspian. However perhaps not exactly as a very remarkable accomplishment as The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, 2008’s The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian earned $419.6 million worldwide and generally sure audits from fans and pundits. It certainly gave Barnes’ career somewhat of a lift, however it’s mainly experienced TV lately that he’s become to a greater degree a commonly recognized name. He would play Prince Caspian again, for 2010’s The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
As for Garfield, he would recuperate from his Narnia disappointment and score his own breakout job in 2010’s The Social Network. However he might’ve trusted Caspian would be the large part he expected to advance his career, any reasonable person would agree he’s observed achievement even while navigating an alternate path. It’s rather senseless to think the creatives behind the Chronicles of Narnia franchise didn’t think Garfield was adequately handsome to play Caspian, especially thinking about the number of fans presently thirst over his Spider-Man. In any case, everything worked out eventually, and Barnes really made a decent Caspian. Perhaps to make available, the two actors will find the opportunity to share the screen together someday. That would be a pleasant contort.
Garfield is on the highest point of the world the present moment, however he’s been dealt a few blows throughout his career. In fact, he even passed up a major job because of his looks! Garfield as of late shared that early on in his career, he was up for the job of Prince Caspian in the Chronicles of Narnia franchise. This would’ve been around 2007, when he just barely began starring in motion pictures. Notwithstanding his energy for the job, however, he was dismissed for one stunning reason:
I recollect that I was so desperate. I auditioned for Prince Caspian in ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ and I figured, ‘This could be it, this could be it. ‘And that handsome, brilliant actor Ben Barnes wound up getting the job. I think it was down to me and him, and I recall that I was fixated. Why not me? source-eventually broke under my incessant nagging and she resembled, ‘This is because they don’t believe you’re adequately handsome, Andrew.’ Ben Barnes is an exceptionally handsome, talented man. So all things considered, I’m not unhappy with the choice and I figure he made a beautiful showing. And yet, even that major career achievement is by and large somewhat overshadowed by his triumphant return in Sony’s Spider-Man: No Way Home. Regardless of expenditure a vast piece of 2021 denying he would be in the film, Garfield indeed played Peter Parker interestingly starting around 2014’s The Amazing Spider-Man 2 inverse Tom Holland and Tobey Maguire in the MCU’s multiversal adventure. This has prompted recharged appreciation for Garfield’s iteration of Spider-Man online as fans call on Sony to make another Amazing Spider-Man film with him in the lead.