What’s next for Peter Pan?

The popular children’s book has long been the center of the Disney film industry, and for good reason.

It’s the source of the famous song “Peter Pan,” which has been performed by hundreds of actors and actresses across the globe.

The character’s original owner, Captain Hook, died in a tragic car crash at the beginning of the series, but a new owner of the beloved characters, the handsome Prince Charming, took over the reins in Peter Pan’s first movie, A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Since then, Peter Pan has been seen in every Disney film, including Captain America: Civil War, and it’s been the subject of a number of sequels, spinoffs, and adaptations, including this year’s The Jungle Book, and in 2018’s The Great Mouse Detective.

But this summer, the Mouse House is gearing up to release a new, live-action version of Peter Pan in 2019, titled Peter Pan: The Legend Reborn.

It marks a dramatic change from the beloved book series.

Originally, Peter was a young, mischievous little boy who had been abandoned by his family and raised by a magical old witch.

The only reason he ever got the chance to live with his siblings was because of the witch’s curse.

But after a magical adventure and the adventures of a young prince and a young princess, Peter has grown into a happy and happy man.

The original Peter Pan, meanwhile, has been a man of honor and self-sacrifice who, along with his brother and sisters, was forced to join a band of pirates.

Peter, however, has had enough of the pirate lifestyle and has turned his back on his life.

Instead, he’s been taking care of his beloved cat, Daisy, in the hopes that she will help him get out of the bad life he has fallen into.

It is a story that has been retold countless times over the years, and Disney will be releasing a new version of the original book series to mark the 20th anniversary of the film in 2019.

The movie, directed by Andy Muschietti, will star Jason Bateman, Charlie Day, Rebecca Hall, and more.

Peter Pan will be released on August 26, 2019, followed by The Legend of Tarzan, the Disney’s The Lion King, and Mulan, the first live-animated film of 2018.

Disney is also expected to announce its first live event for the brand later this year, which will see guests take part in live performances of the iconic Disney characters.

The live-event announcement will begin on April 23 at 8:00 p.m.

EST on the Disney Parks Blog.

For more, check out Entertainment Weekly’s Peter Pan feature, “Peter and the Great Comet of 1812.”