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Come Away trailer puts a new spin on Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland

The magical fairy tales Peter Pan and Alice in Wonderland are merged into a new origin story for both in the trailer for Come Away.

Angelina Jolie and David Oyelowo star as Rose and Jack Littleton, parents to Alice (Keir Chansa) and Peter (Jordan A. Nash), who would become Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan.

Brenda Chapman makes her live-action directorial debut on Come Away, eight years after directing the Disney Pixar animated adventure Brave. 

Parents: Angelina Jolie and David Oyelowo star as Rose and Jack Littleton, parents to Alice (Keir Chansa) and Peter (Jordan A. Nash), who would become Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan

Parents: Angelina Jolie and David Oyelowo star as Rose and Jack Littleton, parents to Alice (Keir Chansa) and Peter (Jordan A. Nash), who would become Alice in Wonderland and Peter Pan

The trailer begins with Rose telling Alice that, ‘every child has a fairy born just for them,’ revealing that, ‘Tinker’s Bell was born for you,’ as she rings a tiny bell.

Alice is dismissive, though, stating, ‘It’s just a bell,’ before we see Jack, who says that Alice, ‘is in a hurry to grow up,’ while Peter wants to ‘explore new lands.’ 

We then get our first look at Peter, who is playing an adventure game while Alice has a tea party with a stuffed rabbit.

Fairy: The trailer begins with Rose telling Alice that, 'every child has a fairy born just for them,' revealing that, 'Tinker's Bell was born for you,' as she rings a tiny bell

Fairy: The trailer begins with Rose telling Alice that, ‘every child has a fairy born just for them,’ revealing that, ‘Tinker’s Bell was born for you,’ as she rings a tiny bell

Alice and Peter: Alice is dismissive, though, stating, 'It's just a bell,' before we see Jack, who says that Alice, 'is in a hurry to grow up,' while Peter wants to 'explore new lands'

Alice and Peter: Alice is dismissive, though, stating, 'It's just a bell,' before we see Jack, who says that Alice, 'is in a hurry to grow up,' while Peter wants to 'explore new lands'

Alice and Peter: Alice is dismissive, though, stating, ‘It’s just a bell,’ before we see Jack, who says that Alice, ‘is in a hurry to grow up,’ while Peter wants to ‘explore new lands’

After they have come inside, Rose jokes,’ Who are these dirty vagabonds and what have they done with my children?’

Jack adds that this is, ‘the untold story of a brother and sister, two kindred adventurers, our Alice and our Peter.’

There is also a tense scene in their home when a brick is thrown through their window, as a voice screams, ‘I told you to pay your debt!’ as the children hold hands.

Dirty: After they have come inside, Rose jokes,' Who are these dirty vagabonds and what have they done with my children?'

Dirty: After they have come inside, Rose jokes,’ Who are these dirty vagabonds and what have they done with my children?’

Tense: There is also a tense scene in their home when a brick is thrown through their window, as a voice screams, 'I told you to pay your debt!' as the children hold hands

Tense: There is also a tense scene in their home when a brick is thrown through their window, as a voice screams, ‘I told you to pay your debt!’ as the children hold hands

We also get a glimpse at Michael Caine’s Charlie, who says that his boss is, ‘still the boss, while Peter gets introduced to the Lost Boys, who come tumbling out of a tree.

The trailer also shows Alice tumbling down the rabbit hole, as she is seemingly sent away to a boarding school, where the nefarious Eleanor Morrow (Anna Chancelor) says, ‘We’ll make a lady of you yet.’

We see in another scene, though, that Eleanor is also this story’s version of the Red Queen, as Alice finds a familiar bottle that says, ‘Drink me’ as she pleads, ‘Take me away from here.’

Lost Boys: We also get a glimpse at Michael Caine's Charlie, who says that his boss is, 'still the boss, while Peter gets introduced to the Lost Boys, who come tumbling out of a tree

Lost Boys: We also get a glimpse at Michael Caine's Charlie, who says that his boss is, 'still the boss, while Peter gets introduced to the Lost Boys, who come tumbling out of a tree

Lost Boys: We also get a glimpse at Michael Caine’s Charlie, who says that his boss is, ‘still the boss, while Peter gets introduced to the Lost Boys, who come tumbling out of a tree

Rabbit hole: The trailer also shows Alice tumbling down the rabbit hole, as she is seemingly sent away to a boarding school, where the nefarious Eleanor Morrow (Anna Chancelor) says, 'We'll make a lady of you yet'

Rabbit hole: The trailer also shows Alice tumbling down the rabbit hole, as she is seemingly sent away to a boarding school, where the nefarious Eleanor Morrow (Anna Chancelor) says, 'We'll make a lady of you yet'

Rabbit hole: The trailer also shows Alice tumbling down the rabbit hole, as she is seemingly sent away to a boarding school, where the nefarious Eleanor Morrow (Anna Chancelor) says, ‘We’ll make a lady of you yet’

Red Queen: We see in another scene, though, that Eleanor is also this story's version of the Red Queen, as Alice finds a familiar bottle that says, 'Drink me' as she pleads, 'Take me away from here'

Red Queen: We see in another scene, though, that Eleanor is also this story’s version of the Red Queen, as Alice finds a familiar bottle that says, ‘Drink me’ as she pleads, ‘Take me away from here’

Another scene shows Peter with his ailing father, who tells his son, ‘Don’t let life drag you down, keep floating above it.’

We also get a glimpse at Clarke Peters as the Mad Hatter, as Rose adds, ‘We can all use a little extra courage, now and then.’

The trailer winds down with a number of random shots before Peter tells Alice, ‘It’s no time to grow up, it never is,’ as he embraces his sister before running off.

The final shots tease the arrival of Tinker Bell through the actual bell, while revealing the film will be released in theaters and on digital November 13. 

Hatter: We also get a glimpse at Clarke Peters as the Mad Hatter, as Rose adds, 'We can all use a little extra courage, now and then'

Hatter: We also get a glimpse at Clarke Peters as the Mad Hatter, as Rose adds, 'We can all use a little extra courage, now and then'

Hatter: We also get a glimpse at Clarke Peters as the Mad Hatter, as Rose adds, ‘We can all use a little extra courage, now and then’

Coming soon: The final shots tease the arrival of Tinker Bell through the actual bell, while revealing the film will be released in theaters and on digital November 13

Coming soon: The final shots tease the arrival of Tinker Bell through the actual bell, while revealing the film will be released in theaters and on digital November 13


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