Upcoming Disney Film Will Show What Peter Pan Looks Like All Grown Up
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If you've ever wondered what Peter Pan would look like as an adult, well, Disney has answers for you.
In a trailer for their latest upcoming flick Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers, viewers are treated to a glimpse as to what the eternal child looks like now.
Here's a hint: he's not the free-spirited wild child that we remember.
Instead, Pan is a jaded, surly middle aged man with tufts of chest hair and the five o'clock shadow to prove it.
Adult Peter Pan will grace our screens in the film reboot of Chip 'n Dale, the late-'80s cartoon loved by Gen Y kids.
He will be voiced by comedic genius Will Arnett of Arrested Development fame and it appears the character is working from some sort of high-tech bunker.
His carefree spirit has been turned to harsh adult bitterness, with Peter telling one of the film's stars, Chip, that he 'was always more of an Alvin and the Chipmunks sort of person' anyway.
"You monster," the chipmunk replies.
Pan isn't the only cartoon cameo to feature in Disney's latest nostalgic romp, set 30 years after the dynamic chipmunk duo's original heyday.
Eagle-eyed viewers can also spot Flounder from The Little Mermaid and Scrooge McDuck in the trailer.
As well as the cartoon cameos, Chip ‘n Dale: Rescue Rangers boasts a stellar human cast of Seth Rogen, Eric Bana, Flula Borg, Keegan-Michael Key, Tress MacNeille, Tim Robinson, J.K. Simmons, and Chris Parnell.
John Mulaney and Andy Samberg will voice Chip and Dale.
The film trailer kicks off with the two detective rodents living very seperate lives, decades on from their glory days of catching criminals and getting up to G-rated hi-jinks.
Audiences get re-introduced to easygoing Dale, voiced by Sandberg, who has become three-dimensional thanks to recently electing to go under the knife for 'CGI surgery'.
Chip, however, has chosen to remain his traditional 2D self, and has used the years to become an insurance sales animal.
We'll just have to wait and see what sort of the shenanigans the kooky pair get up to. But one things for sure: when you're a detective (and a chipmunk), you're sure to make a few foes along the way.
Chip ‘N Dale: Rescue Rangers drops on on Disney+ on May 20.