London, June 21 : The launch of the latest Narnia film saw celebs stepping on the UK's longest ever-red carpet - at 190m.
Calling the film "terrific", Irish screen legend Liam Neeson, who was present at the premiere, said it was an "honour" to act in 'The Chronicles Of Narnia: Prince Caspian'.
The actor plays the voice of 'Aslan' in the film, which has premiered at the O2 Arena in London.
"It's brilliant, isn't it?" The Sun quoted Neeson, as saying of the premiere.
"Fantastic," he added.
His co-star David Walliams said he was delighted to be involved in CS Lewis remake 'Prince Caspian'.
"It's great to be part of something as epic as this," he said.
"You grow up reading the books - and even though I've only got the smallest role, it's still exciting to be part of it," he added.