Reese Witherspoon To Play Tinker Bell In Disney's Tink

Posted: May 22 2015, 7:51am CDT | by , Updated: May 22 2015, 8:19am CDT, in News | Latest Celebrity News


Reese Witherspoon to Star in Disney's Tinker Bell
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Disney’s remake version of Tinkerbell titled “Tink” will have the actress Reese Witherspoon playing the cute little itchy fairy in it.

The script is already in the pipeline. Victoria Strouse is writing it at full speed. And Reese Witherspoon will be acting in the remake of Peter Pan by Disney Studios titled “Tink”.

Reese Witherspoon will play the role of Tinker Bell, according to THR. She is co-producing the film with Bruna Papandrea. And Strouse is already famous for penning the Finding Nemo sequel script. 

The Director is yet to be chosen for the grand project. The idea takes its inspiration from Maleficent which had Angelina Jolie playing the evil witch from Sleeping Beauty in it.

The rumor is that the tale will present an altogether new perspective on the character. Tinkerbell will throw pixie dust in your eyes in the form of the squeaky clean and sassy Reese. 

The cartoon film by Disney titled Peter Pan of which Tinkerbell was a fundamental character had many other stock roles in it. There was the nefarious Captain Hook and a crocodile who was after him each time he found himself walking the plank into the ocean waves below.   

Peter Pan as everybody knows is a boy who never becomes an adult. His story is one of everlasting youth that may be seen as a person stuck in suspended animation as far as that quality called time is concerned. Tinkerbell is shown to have a crush on Peter Pan and she does not like anyone else coming between her and Peter. 

Good luck on this one, Reese! 

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