Peter Pan & Wendy | Official Trailer | Disney+

Peter Pan & Wendy | Official Trailer | Disney+

Experience #PeterPanAndWendy, Disney’s epic movie event, April 28 only on Disney+. ✨

“Peter Pan & Wendy,” a live-action reimagining of the J.M. Barrie novel and the 1953 animated classic, will begin streaming April 28, 2023, exclusively on Disney+. Check out the teaser trailer and poster for the original movie directed by David Lowery (“The Green Knight,” “Pete’s Dragon”), and get ready to experience the timeless adventure featuring the beloved characters like never before.

“Peter Pan & Wendy” introduces Wendy Darling, a young girl looking to avoid boarding school who meets Peter Pan, a boy who refuses to grow up. Alongside her brothers and a tiny fairy, Tinker Bell, she travels with Peter to the magical world of Neverland. There, she encounters an evil pirate captain, Captain Hook, and embarks on a thrilling and dangerous adventure that will change her life forever. The film stars Jude Law (“Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore”), Alexander Molony (“The Reluctant Landlord”), Ever Anderson (“Resident Evil: The Final Chapter”), Yara Shahidi (“Grown-ish”), Alyssa Wapanatâhk, Joshua Pickering (“A Discovery of Witches”), Jacobi Jupe, Molly Parker (“House of Cards”), Alan Tudyk (“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”), and Jim Gaffigan (“The Jim Gaffigan Show”). “Peter Pan and Wendy” is directed by David Lowery from a screenplay by David Lowery & Toby Halbrooks (“The Green Knight”) based on the novel by J. M. Barrie and the animated film “Peter Pan.” The producer is Jim Whitaker (“Pete’s Dragon”), with Adam Borba (“A Wrinkle in Time”), Thomas M. Hammel (“Thor: Ragnarok”), and Toby Halbrooks serving as executive producers.

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32 Responses

  1. x-F850 says:

    When it comes to Peter Pan movies, Hook (1991) will always stand above the rest.

  2. James Sirot says:

    For those who don’t know, there’s a line in the original novel where Peter says “To die would be an awfully big adventure.” The last part of the trailer was a reference to it.

  3. jamminonu says:

    Everything Disney puts out now looks like it’d be straight to dvd if it came out 15 years ago. Might watch part of it when it debuts on Disney+

  4. Jey CB says:

    The cartoon version of Peter Pan will always be undefeated, even though the movies nowadays are not the same anymore, but still, this cartoon will always be in our hearts.


    Please remember to be kind to the kids no matter if the script is good or awful. Peter Pan boys share a tragic history (the inspiration was the author’s brother who died the day before turning 13, later both the cartoon actor and Robin Williams committed suicide), some even going as far as to say the role of Peter Pan is cursed. As such it’s all the more important to protect these young people and not cause them any problems since at the end of the day they’re just kids hired to do a role.

  6. Dawn Patrol says:

    Amé la parte en la que Peter le dice a Wendy que Tinkerbell está en otro castillo y que necesita dominar la fuerza para enfrentarse al malvado emperador Zurg y salvar el planeta Arrakis.
    Fue simplemente fascinante.

  7. Aria: Come Fast To Get Into My Body says:

    anyone got excited when tick tock the crocodile finally made an appearance?

  8. Mark Jude Maata says:

    The first cartoons are forever in the heart, no remakes will replace them.

    • Tyler Rakstis says:

      Yeah but most people in the general public still don’t see it as such because they still think us millenials as entitled and immature. Even though the original novel was definitely dark, sadly most people don’t know that because they either hadn’t read the book or bother to look at the other adaptations since Disney’s may be the most recognizable, but they seem to have a stranglehold on the name recognition to the point where the original stories don’t get much attention, neither does the other variations. The only exception I can think of was maybe Hook since that developed a following despite the poor reception when it came out.

    • Hafeni Iputa says:

      Get over yourself. We will watch them

    • Jennifer Romero says:

      So true!! So very very true!!😊

    • Tonyo Filisika says:

      Fée clochette ? Sérieux ??

    • Felicity says:

      @ Vanity Smurf the animated Disney movie is actually not an accurate book adaption, and so….there are other “woke” Peter Pan adaptions, real “woke people” would hate this actually(;

  9. BriGames says:

    For me the 2003 live action Peter Pan will always be the best remake. I’m excited to see what I think after watching this after my bday when it comes out! It’s like a bday present even tho it not at all. 😆

  10. Dave Vanz says:

    Remember when Clyde told you the story of Peter Pan? Then Wilfred told you the story. Then Hamilton also told you the same story. then Steven was like “let me tell you the story of Peter Pan. And now David’s like, “hey want to hear a great story?” I feel like I’m in a party and everyone’s trying to tell me the same story.

    • Ryan B says:

      It’s fun right? Hearing the same story again and again but seeing the differences everyone brings. Own will always be your favorite. But the differences are what make it so much fun to hear. ❤ 😊

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