Peter Pan and Wendy, a planned live-action Disney movie, follow the Darling children to Neverland on an adventure with Peter Pan and Tinker Bell.
The film promises to be a sentimental and well-remembered retelling. Also, the cast is varied, which may offer a new angle on the well-known story.
A trailer for Peter Pan and Wendy, which will only be viewable on Disney+, has been released.
What is known about Peter Pan and Wendy so far
Disney will soon release Peter Pan and Wendy, a live-action remake of the 1953 animated picture based on the novel “Peter and Wendy” by JM Barrie. The narrative revolves around John, Wendy, and Michael Darling as they encounter Peter Pan, the child who never grows old.
The trio journeys to the enchanted country of Neverland with Tinker Bell; they run into Peter’s arch-enemy Captain Hook, a villainous pirate.
In the first trailer for Peter Pan & Wendy, the upcoming Disney Plus film, Black-ish star Yara Shahidi makes her Tinker Bell debut.
When Shahidi was chosen as the first person of color to play Tink, the fairy who can make kids fly with the help of some Pixie Dust and joyful thoughts, she set a significant marker for representation.
It’s the most recent instance of colorblind production at Disney since Halle Bailey got chosen to play Ariel in The Little Mermaid.
The film’s trailer introduces some well-known Neverland figures, like Jude Law’s Captain Hook.
Two girls in the trailer reflect a more gender-inclusive representation of the Lost Boys in the movie. Alexander Molony portrays Peter Pan, and Ever Anderson describes Wendy Darling.
The supporting cast comprises Jim Gaffigan, Joshua Pickering, Molly Parker, Jacobi Jupe, Alyssa Wapanatahk, and Alan Tudyk.
The movie got directed by David Lowery, who also authored the script with Toby Halbrooks. Executive producers include Thoms M. Hammel, Adam Borba, Jim Whitaker, and Halbrooks.
Watch the first trailer from Disney+ below. It depicts the Darling kids leaving their London home to join Peter Pan and Tinker Bell on their journey to Neverland.
Wendy Darling, performed by actress Ever Anderson, is the film’s main subject. The story of how a little girl hesitant to leave her childhood home encounters Peter Pan (Alexander Molony), the flying Lost Boy who refuses to grow up. Wendy travels to Neverland with her brothers, following Peter and Tink.
On April 28, 2023, the movie Peter Pan and Wendy will debut on Disney+. The film was supposed to hit theatres initially, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, it will only get streamed online.
How to watch the film?
With Disney+, the movie will be streamable worldwide. The American ad-tier price for the streaming service is $8 monthly.