He has an older sister, Soumaya Anne Keynes (born August 1989), who has appeared in various productions for BBC Radio 4 and now works as an economist at the Institute for Fiscal Studies.Lewis and Gordon announced their new partnership in 2013.David Mc Gee will write the script while Ang Lee will direct the movie.Despite the fact that the movie was based on the Lewis' series, producer Mark Gordon said that it is not a sequel of "Chronicles of Narnia." Movie goers can expect new cast and different teams but he did not make any announcements yet as who will cast in the upcoming "The Silver Chair" movie.Lewis' seven series of the novel "The Chronicles of Narnia" have satisfied more than 100 million readers globally.Interestingly, in "The Silver Chair," Prince Caspian, who is in his day an elderly king, is looking for his missing son, Prince Rilian.
After more than five years of silence, the top-grosser series of "Chronicles of Narnia,"will soon be coming to your number one movie house with an adaptation of C. Lewis' "The Silver Chair." Eustace Scrubb, Lucy and Edmund's loveable but irate cousin, will return to Narnia with his classmate Jill Pole, just a year after Eustace's unexpected adventure in "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader." For some reasons, both wanted to escape adversaries in their school.A year in England is tantamount to decades in Narnia.Mc Gee and Lee worked together harmoniously in "Life of Pi," which is an impressive best-seller adaptation of the novel of Yann Martel back in 2012.Keynes was born in Camden, London, the son of Zelfa Hourani and author Randal Keynes.The series of "Chronicles of Narnia" includes "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" in 2005, "Prince Caspian" in 2008 and lastly, "The Voyage of the Dawn Treader" in 2010.
All three movies were produced by Walden Media, with gross sales of $1.6 billion, but in 2011 it lost its rights to the book.