Tinkerbell (2008). "I am better than you sweetie, I didn't ruin spring."
It's everyone's favorite fairy. Sort of. Not exactly what we were expecting but if you are a fan of Tinkerbell, extreme 3D, and weak friendships you'll love Tinkerbell from 2008. Check out our take on this origin story of Pixie Hollow's most precocious fairy.
Synopsis : Enter the World of Fairies as the story of Disney's most famous fairy is finally revealed. Journey to Pixie Hollow as Tinkerbell and her four best fairy friends learn the power of faith, trust, and pixie dust.
Director: Bradley Raymond
Writers: Jeffery Howard, Bradley Raymond - based on characters by J.M. Barrie
Stars: Mae Whitman, Kristin Chenoweth, America Ferrera, Lucy Liu, Raven-Symone, and Anjelica Houston.
Film Budget: $50,000,000. (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $9,199,510 - yikes
Gross. Is it as bad as the banger from Return to Neverland? What do you think?
#1 - The first Disney film to feature Tinker Bell in a speaking role.
#2 - As a marketing tie-in with Southwest Airlines, a Boeing 737 was decorated and named "Tinker Bell One". Flight attendants wore fairy wings and awarded prizes to passengers in a Tinker Bell trivia competition.
#3 - The song that plays on the ballerina music box that Tinkerbell delivers to young Wendy, is actually the song "You Can Fly", which is featured in Disney's Peter Pan.
Where to Watch? - You can find this fairy along with all of Tinkerbell's other straight to video films on Disney+