On-Air Film Review: 'Peter Pan & Wendy' Battle to Never Grow Up

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CHICAGO – Patrick McDonald of HollywoodChicago.com appears on “The Morning Mess” with Dan Baker on WBGR-FM (Monroe, Wisconsin) on April 27th, reviewing “Peter Pan & Wendy,” the live action reboot of the 1953 animated “Peter Pan.” Streaming on Disney+ beginning April 28th.

HollywoodChicago.com Oscarman rating: 3.5/5.0
Rating: 3.5/5.0

The Darlings siblings dynamic is changing, with two brothers John and Michael (Joshua Pickering and Jacobi Jupe) and their sister Wendy (Ever Anderson), who is much older than the boys and is transitioning to boarding school. She wishes not to grow up, and are visited by Tinker Bell (Yara Shahidi) and Peter Pan (Alexander Molony) and whisked to Never Never Land, where they deal with Captain Hook (Jude Law), the Lost Boys and other Peter Pan stuff.

”Peter Pan & Wendy” is Streaming on Disney+ beginning April 28th. Featuring Jude Law, Ever Anderson, Alexander Molony, Yara Shahidi, Joshua Pickering, Jacobi Jupe and Jim Gaffigan. Screenplay adapted by David Lowery and Toby Halbrooks. Directed by David Lowery. Rated “PG

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