First Look at Captain Hook’s Ship The “Jolly Roger” For ‘Peter Pan & Wendy’

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Production is underway in Vancouver on Disney’s live-action adaptation of Peter Pan, Peter Pan & Wendy. As production continues so does construction on some of the practical sets, and thanks to HollywoodNorth, we get our first look at the “Jolly Roger,” Captain Hook’s ship.

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Based on J. M. Barrie’s novel “Peter and Wendy” and inspired by the 1953 animated classic, Peter Pan & 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.

The film stars Jude Law (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them) as Captain Hook; Yara Shahidi (Grown-ish) as Tinkerbell; Ever Anderson (Black Widow) as Wendy; Alexander Molony (The Reluctant Landlord) as Peter Pan; Molly Parker (House of Cards) as Mrs. Darling; Alan Tudyk (Rogue One: A Star Wars Story) as Mr. Darling; newcomers Joshua Pickering as John; Jacobi Jupe as Michael and Alyssa Wapanatâhk as Tiger Lily; and Jim Gaffigan (The Jim Gaffigan Show) as Smee.

The film is directed by David Lowery (Pete’s Dragon) and produced by Jim Whitaker (Pete’s Dragon). Peter Pan & Wendy will premiere on Disney+ in 2022.

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1 thought on “First Look at Captain Hook’s Ship The “Jolly Roger” For ‘Peter Pan & Wendy’”

  1. For the Peter Pan Live-Action remake, I hope it shows how Peter Pan cut off Captain Hook’s hand before throwing it at the crocodile, how and where the crocodile swallowed the alarm clock; where did Peter, the Lost Boys, Captain Hook and the pirates come from before arriving at Neverland; and also how Hook became a captain. I wish that the appearance of Captain Hook, as well as his ship the Jolly Roger, were based on those of the movie HOOK by Steven Spielberg. Although this is not part of Disney, I wish there was this music Presenting The Hook from the movie Hook released in 1991.

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