Peter Pan Live is about to come to theaters soon. And Christopher Walken will be playing the part of the nefarious Captain Hook.
NBC’s live portrayal of Peter Pan will have Taylor Louderman as Wendy in it. As for Alanna Saunders, she will be Tiger Lily. Finally, Christopher Walken will be the wicked and evil Captain Hook.
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December 4th is the date set for the broadcast of this live version of the story about a magical boy who never grows up. The songs “I Won’t Grow Up” and “Never Never Land” featured in the original Broadway production which came out way back in 1954.
Based upon the novel by J.M. Barrie, the narrative is indeed inspirational stuff for both children as well as adults. Several new versions have gotten made since that day in time 60 years ago.
Meanwhile, the poster for the live segment of Peter Pan has arrived and it is definitely very attractive in its color scheme and appeal to the human senses.
The poster is a riot of colors and displays things closer to the desires of the human heart not to mention a child’s imagination. Christopher Walken on the other hand has his wig and beard and is all set to reprise the role of Captain Hook.
Peter Pan will be played by Allison Williams. Her costume props include a hair cut and fishnet upper garment. The story line behind Peter Pan is of a place called Never Never Land where a boy lives who has found the fountain of youth.
He virtually never grows up and is perpetually stuck in a state of suspended animation. His adventures with several other characters including Wendy and Captain Hook not to mention Tinker Bell is shown in all its glorious unfolding in the plot.
This time the experience of seeing Peter Pan Live will not go amiss on the audiences everywhere. It is polychromatic, pleasurable and pretty good to see with the eyes wide open. At least, that is how the “Live” version is presented before the public which is indeed hungry for more entertainment.
NBC will air Peter Pan Live! on Thursday, December 4, from 8pm to 10pm.
Source: E! News