Home Videos Photos

Chronicles Of Narnia Producer Found Dead

| Filed under: DrugsFilm FlickersR.I.P.Sad Sad

Perry Moore

So sad!

Perry Moore, executive producer of The Chronicles Of Narnia trilogy, was found dead in his NYC apartment around 9:20 a.m. Thursday morning.

Although the NYPD have yet to confirm the cause of death, numerous outlets are reporting he died as a result of an OxyContin overdose, but a medical examiner has yet to release an official statement.

The producer's father, Bill Moore, said he had spoken to his son on Wednesday night and everything seemed fine, explaining:

"We're in shock. He was in a great, great mood. No one was expecting this. We're so sad. He's been able to reach out and touch a lot of people."

Perry was found laying unconcious by his partner Hunter Hill and passed away at just 39-years-old.

We send our condolences to the Moore family, as well as the film community, which lost a respected colleague who had an illustrious career ahead of him.

[Image via WENN.]

Tags: , , , , , ,

24 Celebrities Caught Smoking Weed
Celebs Who Died Under Bizarre Circumstances!
10 Reality TV Couples Broken Up By The Spotlight!
Celebs Who've Shaved Their Heads For Roles
7 Most Memorable Movie French Kisses!
Remembering Cory Monteith One Year After His Death

7 comments to “Chronicles Of Narnia Producer Found Dead”



  1. 1

    I guess having it all means nothing….



  2. 2

    The way the last two movies came out I would have overdosed also.



  3. 3

    And condlences to his partner Hunter Hill as well….



  4. 4

    WOW , just looking at that guy I would have assumed he died of big cock.



  5. 5

    Oh wow, wonder what kind of problems he had that he was taking a pain medication like OxyContin? It is so easy to overdose on prescription medicine. If it says take two pills every six hours that's what you do, not six pills every two hours.



  6. 6

    He was a great author as well! Check out HERO by Perry Moore, such a great story about super hero's and it was Stan Lee approved :) RIP Perry



  7. 7

    I read Hero by Perry Moore back in 2007 when it was first published. I remember being struck by how vivid it was in both its honesty and its homage to some of the great superhero stories of comicdom. This was my first experience with reading a book featuring a most unlikely hero, let alone a gay one. Periodically, I would check Amazon to see if Perry had any new books on the horizon. Sadly, this book will represent his legacy to the written word. I thank him for the hours of enjoyment provided by the book Hero and by his work on the Narnia movies. I only wish life would have been better for him. I hope he finds peace in heaven. He will be missed.