We’ve gone Tinker Bell crazy thanks to Disney’s The Pirate Fairy

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I love Peter Pan. So much so that I have a spot in my house that pays homage to the classic Disney film. This is the children’s play space, affectionately dubbed the “Scrog Pit” and it has a mural of a ship on the water with Never Land off in the distance. Scrog Pit Door Open

Like I said, big Peter Pan fans around here. Maybe it’s because I never really grew up myself, but I never really grew out of Tinker Bell. I was hoping my daughter would have the same love of Tink and her fairy friends, and I can definitely say I’ve gotten my wish.

First introduced to the fairies of Pixie Hollow with "The Secret of The Wings", she’s been a fan ever since. So, when I heard about Tinker Bell's return in the new Disney film The Pirate Fairy, I knew it was going to be a must-own for us. Tinker Bell is back

All her favorite Pixie Hollow fairies, a sprinkling of Pixie Dust, tons of action and adventure, and some fabulous boots – what more could you want in a movie? Pirate Fairy pictures

The answer to that, of course, is pirates. Add in pirates and an adorable crocodile named Crocky and you have a movie both my kids can get obsessed with. So obsessed that they also have to be in character every time anyone even talks about the new movie. Naturally.  Pirate Fairy movie

Pirate Fairy costume
About the film: From the world of “Peter Pan” comes "The Pirate Fairy", a swashbucklingnew adventure about Zarina {voice of Christina Hendricks}, a smart and ambitious dust-keeper fairy who's captivated by Blue Pixie Dust and its endless possibilities. When Zarina's wild ideas get her into trouble, she flees Pixie Hollow and joins forces with the scheming pirates of Skull Rock, who make her captain of their ship.

Tinker Bell {voice of Mae Whitman} and her friends must embark on an epic adventure to find Zarina, and together they go sword-to-sword with the band of pirates led by a cabin boy named James {voice of Tom Hiddleston}, who'll soon be known as Captain Hook himself. Will Tinker Bell and her friends be able to return the Blue Pixie Dust to Pixie Hollow? Will the fairies get back their own individual talents when Zarina switches them with one another? Will they be able band together to defeat the future Captain Hook and his gang of pirates?Pirate Fairy Image 1

“The Pirate Fairy” sets sail on April 1, 2014 and includes the following fun bonus features:
•    Second Star To The Right: The Legacy Of Never Land – explore Never Land's history and its endless ability to inspire.
•    Croc-u-mentary – "Crocky" and his real-life relatives are the subject of this funny documentary.
•    Deleted Scenes.
•    The Making Of "The Frigate That Flies" – go behind the microphone with Tom Hiddleston for a close-up look at the recording of the song.
•    Sing-Along Songs.

If you have a fairy or pirate fan in your household, be sure to check out the new Disney’s Pirate Fairies on DVD and Blu-ray combo pack. You can find out more at the Disney Pirate Fairy website or buy the movie here.

Want even more adventure and fun? Be sure to like Disney Fairies on Facebook or like Tinker Bell on Facebook. Also, you can connect with Disney Pictures on Twitter, or Disney Pirate Fairy on PInterest.

And, if you've got little ones who love Tinker Bell and the Fairies from Pixie Hollow, be sure to check out these activities, games, coloring sheets and more!

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8 thoughts on “We’ve gone Tinker Bell crazy thanks to Disney’s The Pirate Fairy”

  1. That picture of your kids dressing up like Pirate Fairy is adorable! I bet they love the fact that pirates and fairies meet in the new movie!

  2. I love Peter Pan, too, and was so bummed when it was in the “vault” for years. I’m a huge Tink fan, so I’m glad she’s been popping up in so many movies in the past few years!

  3. Peter Pan was a favorite of mine when I was a kid. My daughter loves tinker bell and all her pixie hollow fairies in general. She loves playing dress up as one.


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