Peter Pan's <I>Return to Never Land</I> Flies To Video Aug. 209 Apr, 2002 By: Hive News
Peter Pan and his gang will work their magic on home video Aug. 20 with the release of the Peter Pan sequel Return to Never Land at sellthrough prices on DVD and VHS.
The Return to Neverland DVD ($29.99 SRP) includes bonus materials featuring Lost Treasures: Deleted Scenes with commentary by producer Chris Chase and executive in charge of production Sharon Morrill; music video of the new song "I'll Try" performed by pop c hanteuse Jonatha Brooke; a Rescue The Lost Boys Adventure Game; Disney StoryTime: Never Land's New Hero; DVD-ROM Web links and a sampler of You Can Fly. It is formatted for widescreen (1.66:1) and enhanced for 16 x 9 televisions and includes both Dolby Digital and DTS 5.1 Surround Sound. The THX-certified release comes with English and French language tracks.
Return to Never Land. features favorite returning characters Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Wendy and Peter's archrival Captain Hook, and introduces a new character, Wendy's daughter Jane, who doesn't believe in "faith, trust and pixie dust." Theanimated adventure features five new songs. Return to Neverland.will also be available on VHS for $24.99 (SRP)
This $25 million sequel to Peter Pan, takes place years after Wendy left Never Land, and although that wonderful world is unchanged, she now has children of her own in war torn London. Wendy tries to comfort her brood with stories of Peter Pan and Captain Hook but her practical 12-year-old Jane has no time for make-believe – until she's kidnapped by Captain Hook himself and whisked off to Never Land. Peter, Tink and the Lost Boys must rescue Jane and once again defeat the old pirate.
Return to Never Land, runs 73 minutes and is rated ‘. Bonus materials are not rated and subject to change, a Disney spokesman said.