Off to Neverland! A new “Peter Pan” Spirit Jersey and “Peter Pan” Crocs have landed in Walt Disney World. We found them both in World of Disney at Disney Springs. The Spirit Jersey was also in Star Traders at Magic Kingdom.
Peter Pan Spirit Jersey – $79.99
The Spirit Jersey is made of a blue weathered fabric resembling denim.
“Walt Disney’s Peter Pan” is in blue and teal lettering across the back.
Peter Pan is pictured below the film’s title, with Tinker Bell and stars in white.
Peter’s face is on the front left breast with more stars around him.
Peter Pan Crocs – $59.99
The Crocs are blue like the night sky, with white clouds and stars across the tops.
Peter, Tink, and Wendy fly across the left shoe, while John and Michael fly across the other.
Peter Pan & Wendy
Earlier this year, Disney released “Peter Pan & Wendy,” a new live-action adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s classic play and novel, as well as an adaptation of Disney’s original 1953 animated “Peter Pan.”
“Peter Pan & Wendy” stars Jude Law as Captain Hook, Alexander Molony as Peter Pan, Ever Anderson as Wendy Darling, Yara Shahidi as Tinker Bell, Alyssa Wapanatâhk as Tiger Lily, Jim Gaffigan as Mr. Smee, Molly Parker as Mary Darling, and Alan Tudyk as George Darling. David Lowery (“Pete’s Dragon”) directed, with Jim Whitaker as producer and a screenplay by Lowery and Toby Halbrooks.
In both “Peter Pan” and “Peter Pan & Wendy,” Wendy and her brothers encounter Pan, a boy who refuses to grow up, and follow him away from their home on a journey to the far and fantastical Neverland. There, they encounter the evil Captain Hook, entangling themselves in Neverland’s greatest adventures and most dangerous conflicts.
The story has been utilized in cinema multiple times, from Steven Spielberg’s “Hook” to Disney’s own “Return to Never Land” — a 2002 sequel to the animated film following Wendy’s daughter Jane amid the Second World War.
Pan in the Parks
The original Disney animated feature inspired Peter Pan’s Flight at Disneyland Park in California, a rail-suspended dark ride voyage from the Darling residence through London, toward the second star to the right, straight on ’til morning, and off to Neverland.
It is one of a handful of opening-day attractions still operating and has proven popular enough to prompt duplicates in Orlando, Tokyo, Paris, and Shanghai. It is entirely common for queues to exceed an hour on a regular basis.
At the Tokyo Disney Resort, a $2 billion expansion of Tokyo DisneySea is underway, with the largest component being a new Fantasy Springs land. This massive new area will contain experiences from “Frozen,” “Tangled,” and “Peter Pan.” The area devoted to Pan is entirely unprecedented and original, with a fully immersive and explorable Neverland being constructed. Skull Rock, Captain Hook’s ship, and towering mountains will be on full display.