who just so happened to play one of their relatives on a TV show. It ), Georgie Henley and Skandar Keynes played sister and brother.Georgie portrayed the youngest of four siblings, Lucy Pevensie, and Skander portrayed the second youngest, Edmund Pevensie.Despite working together intensively, they insist that there was no romance."I love little Anna, but we've got so much respect for each other and we really quickly fell into the roles of brother and sister as soon as we started filming," says Moseley. "I don't think I'm going to reveal if I have a girlfriend."He might only be 18, but Moseley has already mastered the perfect film star response.Time and time again, you hear about co-stars falling for each other on the set of their movies, television series or music videos.The foursome is completed by Georgie Henley, 10, as Lucy and Skandar Keynes, 14, as Edmund."It can be bizarre," says Anna."Today I had a normal day at school, then I went to Armani Couture and spent three hours looking for a dress to wear to the premiere, then I went home to do my essays."If my friends are jealous, they don't show it.
Hey Boys and Girls, what a fun time weve had with the good folks from Narnia.The truth was far more prosaic: she's scared of mice."I'm absolutely terrified of rodents," she says. I don't think he understood just how much of a phobia it was.He called me over one day and had a mouse in his hand and I just burst into tears."She can be forgiven her timidity - Anna is, after all, only 16.I'm at an all girls school [North London Collegiate School in Edgware] which could be quite catty but I've been very lucky.I had mock GCSEs on the day I got back to school after six months filming so there were 20 minutes of screaming 'Oh my god, you're here' and then it was straight back to 'Have you done your biology?