Peter Pan & Wendy London film premiere 2023
Based on J. M. Barrie's novel Peter and Wendy and inspired by the 1953 animated classic, Peter Pan and Wendy is the timeless tale of a young girl who, defying her parents' wishes to attend boarding school, travels with her two younger brothers to the magical Neverland. There, she meets a boy who refuses to grow up, a tiny fairy and an evil pirate captain, and they soon find themselves on a thrilling and dangerous adventure far, far away from their family and the comforts of home.
Peter Pan & Wendy London Premieres null
- Status: Confirmed
- Date: April 20, 2023
- Location: Curzon Mayfair, London
- Attended by: Jude Law, Yara Shahidi, Ever Anderson, Alexander Maloney, Director David Lowery
- Release in Cinemas: 2023-04-28
- Runtime: 106 minutes
- directors: David Lowery
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- Filming was supposed to begin in April 2020, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was delayed to March 2021, it was delayed again to 2023.
- On July 31, 2018, it was announced that Peter Pan & Wendy (2023) may air on the Disney+ instead of getting a theatrical release.
- This will be David Lowery's second Disney live-action remake after Pete's Dragon (2016).
- Will Smith and Joaquin Phoenix were reportedly considered for the role of Captain Hook.
- Rebecca Hall passed on the role of Mrs. Darling.
- To be released on the occasion of the original Peter Pan (1953)'s 70th anniversary.
- After the trailer was released, fans and media sites pointed out that adding girls to the Lost Boys ignored the plot line of the book and previous adaptations that girls were too smart to get lost.
- Described by David Lowery as his favorite movie he's ever made, as well as his "most personal" and "most adult".
- Alexander Molony's film debut.