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Reese Witherspoon Cast as Tinkerbell

Aside from all the films which are to be released in the future, there’s something about live-action Disney films which get me excited. Perhaps it’s due to the extreme amount of princess films I watched as a child, which has me re-living my nostalgic childhood. Fortunately for that five-year-old self within me, there seem to be a boatload of those films being released in the near future.

Early on Friday morning, it was announced that A-list actress, Reese Witherspoon, will star as Tinkerbell, the beloved Neverland fairy, in a new live-action film. The film, cleverly titled Tink, will be produced by Witherspoon and her production company, Pacific Standard. The storyline isn’t entirely clear, but it is said to follow the infamous storyline of Peter Pan.

One can only wonder which film will be a bigger hit at the box office, Joe Wright‘s Pan, due out in October, or Witherspoon’s adaptation.

Only time will tell.

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