The Chronicles of Narnia's Georgie Henley headed to London's Grosvenor House on Sunday to celebrate the Jameson Empire Awards with her co-star Will Poulter.Henley stepped out in a pair of black heels embroidered with the words "Let's Dance" in white. How adorable!Henley told reporters that she probably won't appear in the next Chronicles of Narnia film, saying "I've really no idea what's going on with the Narnia franchise, I'm so wrapped up in [exams] and craziness like that."Browse more...Read Full Story
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The Sisterhood of Night
Georgie Henley ("The Chronicles of Narnia") has been cast as the lead in Caryn Waechter's teen drama "The Sisterhood Of Night".
Kara Hayward also stars in this story of a secret society in a New Jersey suburb that leads to a witch-hunt. [Source: Deadline]
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Actress Georgie Henley did not have an easy time on the set of The Chronicles of Narnia: The voyage of The Dawn Treader. She found herself hospitalized after a sword fight went awry.
She was filming a fight scene for the movie, scheduled for release this week, when she was struck with a sword. Henely was left with a black eye and a rather swollen face. Producers needed to use extra make up to hide the bruising and digitally “reshaped” her face for the next day’s filming.
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Kristen Stewart is one of young Hollywood's most beloved actresses and at 20-years-old, she's already inspiring her contemporaries.
15-year-old Chronicles of Narnia actress, Georgie Henley has revealed that she has great admiration for the Twilight Saga star.
In an interview with Flaunt magazine, she said: "Kristen Stewart inspires me.
"I respect her for being true to herself, not conforming or doing what people tell her. She deals with the fame...Read Full Story
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Georgina Helen "Georgie" Henley (born 9 July 1995) is an English actress. She is known for her portrayal of Lucy Pevensie in the The Chronicles of Narnia film series, for which she won the Phoenix Film Critics Society Award for Best Performance by a Youth Female in a Lead or Supporting Role in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in 2005.