TinkerBell and the Secret of the Wings

April 8th sees the release of Disney’s ‘Tinkerbell and the Secret of the Wings’ on Blu-ray and DVD.

Now call me biased but I do simply love everything Disney, so I know that the movie will be my cup of tea straight off the mark. However the other thing that has definitely cemented my opinion is the fantastic first class voice cast.

Featuring my most favourite Bond, Namely Mr Timothy Dalton, amongst a host of other massive names like Anjelica Huston, Lucy Liu, and Disney star Raven-Symone’.

I always find that although usually not all that important to the kiddies. A good voice cast makes all the difference to the watching adults enjoyment.

TinkerBell and the Secret of the Wings is a Disney Fairies movie, With Tinks fairy friends Fawn, Iridessa, Rosetta, Silvermist and Vidia. Plus a brand new fairy joins the bunch, The winter fairy Periwinkle.

The story is all about Tinker Bell and her friends taking a journey into the forbidden Winter Woods, and we all get to go along for the ride. Inside the Woods Tink discovers an astonishing secret that will change her life forever.

I was really surprised to find out that new fairy Periwinkle is Disney’s first animated character to have her hair designed by a leading hair stylist. Real hollywood celebrity hairdresser – Ken Paves. However after seeing PeriWinkle in action, she does look pretty stylish and coffered, so now you know why she looks so good.

TinkerBell and the Secret of the Wings also features some great tunes, which come as music video dvd extras. The Blu-Ray version comes with the all new Disney Fairies short film ‘Pixie Preview:Fright Light’

Tinker Bell and the Secret of the Wings is available to own on Disney Blu-ray™ and DVD now!

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