Puzzles struggles to bring the object back and delivers a lion skin (a remnant from a hunting excursion beyond the edge of Narnia) to Shift.Immediately, Shift states that Aslan has sent this skin and that Puzzle should wear it.The four British stars first shot to fame in 2005 after a two-year search in which 4,000 children were auditioned.
Suddenly a great thunderclap knocks both animals to the ground.Shift sends Puzzle to town for food and commences working on the skin. Shift hides his work from prying eyes (birds overhead) and presents his work to Puzzle when the donkey returns.Again, Puzzle protests, feeling that Aslan would be quite upset to see him dressed in a lion's skin, but he is powerless to deny the ape his will."Occasionally it gets overtaken by evil but when you recover from that, Narnia is bright and beautiful again and that's very important." Other stars to grace the red carpet included Apprentice reject Lucinda Ledgerwood, wearing a flower in her hair, and fellow failure Raef Bjayou, who said the show had taught him that he was better off in business if he worked alone.Prince Caspian is the second film in the series, following on from The Lion, The Witch And the Wardrobe, which took £380 million worldwide. Narnians would believe that Puzzle is Aslan and would obey his every command (as Shift gave them).Puzzle does not like the idea but is convinced that he is not clever enough to see the benefit of such an idea.Kids dressed as lions, witches and Telmarine soldiers, teenage girls in posh frocks, as well as overly excited parents trekked down the 190m-long red and green carpet along with stars of the film and other famous faces.Telmarine soldiers - characters from the film - mounted plinths along the walkway dressed in chain mail, helmets and masks with some wielding swords in mock battle."Even though I've got the smallest part it's still exciting." Douglas Gresham, the stepson of CS Lewis, who wrote the original tales, said he thought his stepfather would have been very proud of the film.He said: "I think it's a fabulous movie, even better than our first one." Wearing a large Christian cross around his neck, he added: "All the underlying messages and intent of the books are very well presented - it's better presented than in the book actually in Prince Caspian.