Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has released a new clip from its upcoming film from DisneyToon Studios, The Pirate Fairy, available to own on April 1, 2014 (pre-order). The new clip, which you can find embedded below, features the film’s theme song, ‘Who I Am’ as performed by pop singer Natasha Bedingfield. The film also features Bedingfield’s ‘Weightless (Less Is More Version),’ which had been used in the scratch recording of the film and was enjoyed so much by the filmmakers, director Peggy Holmes opted to make it permanent.
From the world of Peter Pan comes The Pirate Fairy, a swashbuckling new adventure about Zarina (voice of Christina Hendricks), a smart and ambitious dust-keeper fairy who’s captivated by blue pixie dust and its endless possibilities. When Zarina’s wild ideas get her into trouble, she flees Pixie Hollow and joins forces with the scheming pirates of Skull Rock, who make her captain of their ship. Tinker Bell (voice of Mae Whitman) and her friends must embark on an epic adventure to find Zarina, and together they go sword-to-sword with the band of pirates led by a cabin boy named James (voice of Tom Hiddleston), who’ll soon be known as Captain Hook himself. With laughter, heart, magic and thrills, The Pirate Fairy also stars the vocal talents of Lucy Liu, Raven-Symone, Megan Hilty and Anjelica Huston.
Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment has also provided us with this small interview with Bedingfield talking about contributing to a Disney film as well as touching upon her upcoming album:
Lastly, we were also provided with a new hi-res still from the film, which we have added to the beginning of our gallery below:
In other The Pirate Fairy news, photos and information regarding a small, limited edition Disney Fairies Designer Doll series from Disney Store has surfaced. The collection will feature just Tinker Bell and Zarina for now and is expected to debut in stores on February 18 and online February 19. The dolls are rumored to retail at $69.95 each and limited to an edition size of 4,000 pieces each worldwide.