Peter Pan and Wendy trailer reveals Lost Boys are not all boys: 'So what?!'
Disney's retelling of the Peter Pan story appears to have a more inclusive take on the story for a modern day audience.
Watch: Peter Pan & Wendy trailer reveals modern day take on Lost Boys
The new trailer for Peter Pan & Wendy reveals the Lost Boys in the film include girls.
Disney's retelling of the Peter Pan story - starring Jude Law and Captain Hook and Milla Jovovich's daughter Ever Anderson as Wendy, appears to have a more inclusive take on the story for a modern day audience.
The latest trailer opens with Wendy finding herself on the beach of Neverland and coming face-to-face with the Lost Boys she replies "But you're not all boys," to which one of the girls reply "So?!"
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In J.M. Barrie's original story of Peter Pan, Peter reveals Lost Boys are boys who fall out of their prams when their nurse is looking the other way, and if unclaimed after seven days are sent to Neverland.
Peter Pan explains in the novel there are no "lost girls" because girls are far too clever to fall out of their prams.
The trailer also shows Law for the first time as the villainous Captain Hook.
He has waist-length long grey hair, a moustache which is curled at the ends.
Peter Pan and Wendy stars British actor Alexander Molony as Peter. The child actor is the voice of Claude the dog in the animated series for Disney, and appeared as Charlie in the Sky One sitcom The Reluctant Landlord with comedian Romesh Ranganathan.
Anderson, 15, is the daughter of Jovovich and Resident Evil director Paul W.S. Anderson. She played the young Natasha Romanoff, Scarlett Johansson's character, in the Black Widow movie.
Black-ish star Yara Shahidi will play Peter's fairy friend Tinkerbell and Alyssa Wapanatahk is warrior princess Tiger Lily.
The new movie is the latest in a string of Disney's live action remakes of its classic animations following Aladdin, The Lion King, Dumbo, Mulan and The Little Mermaid.
J.M. Barrie originally published the story as a play in 1904 titled Peter Pan, or The Boy Who Wouldn't Grow Up. He expanded it into a novel called Peter and Wendy in 1911.
It has been made into several films, including PJ Hogan's Peter Pan in 2003, starring Jason Isaacs as Captain Hook.
And in Robin Williams starred in Steven Spielberg's take on the story in 1991, Hook, which imagined what would happen if Peter Pan grew up to be a father and then returned to Neverland.
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Disney's animated version was released in 1953.
Peter Pan & Wendy is released in UK cinemas on 28 April 2023