James had appeared in mainly indies and TV series before “Narnia”; the series brought him major attention and he went on to star in movies including “The Last King Of Scotland,” “Atonement,” the “X-Men” franchise and the upcoming “The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby.” Ben has continued hovering just below the A-list, appearing movies including “Killing Bono,” “The Words,” and “The Big Wedding.” He stars in the upcoming History Channel miniseries “Sons of Liberty” and has three movies set for next year: “God Only Knows” with Leighton Meester, “Jackie & Ryan” with Katherine Heigl and “Seventh Son” with Jeff Bridges and Julianne Moore.
Tilda was already an award-winning actress when she joined the “Narnia” series, but in recent years her career has shot to new heights, if possible.
Her post-”Narnia” movies include “We Need To Talk About Kevin,” “Moonrise Kingdom,” “Only Lovers Left Alive,” “Snowpiercer” and “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” among others.
Like Tilda Swinton, Liam Neeson was already an A-lister when he joined “Narnia.” Post-”Narnia” highlights include “Taken 2,” “A Million Ways To Die In The West” and the current thriller “A Walk Among The Tombstones.” Peter Dinklage is now best known as Tyrion on the hit series “Game of Thrones”; other notable post-”Narnia” performances include “Death At A Funeral,” “X-Men: Days Of Future Past” and “The Angriest Man In Brooklyn.” Upcoming movies include “Pixels” with Adam Sandler and the “Angry Birds” movie (voice only).
He beat more than 3,000 other boys to the role of Peter.
William Moseley has frequent emotional outbursts due to his fiery temper and emotional impulsiveness.
Having a "nest" is not especially important to William, and he may invest more of his emotional energy into his career or public life than in his private life.William Moseley inspires others to take positive action in their lives through his own enthusiasm and eagerness to meet life's challenges, and he is attracted to people who are adventurous, courageous and independent.William is rather bossy but does not like to be with people that he can boss around too much. Relationships that are built on mutual respect and emotional freedom are ideal for Moseley.William Moseley becomes very cross if he lacks vigorous physical activity.Moseley feels his best if he frequently "does battle" on the tennis or racquetball court (or engages in another form of competitive sport).