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Peter Pan is a 2003 Australian-American-British fantasy film released by Universal Pictures, Columbia Pictures and Revolution Studios. It was the first authorized and faithful film or TV adaptation of J.M. Barrie's play in half a century, after Disney's version in 1953. P. J. Hogan directed a screenplay co-written with Michael Goldenberg which is based on the classic play and novel by J. M. Barrie. Jason Isaacs plays the roles of Captain Hook and George Darling, Olivia Williams plays Mrs. Darling, while Jeremy Sumpter plays Peter Pan, Rachel Hurd-Wood portrays Wendy Darling, and Ludivine Sagnier plays Tinker Bell. Lynn Redgrave plays a supporting role as Aunt Millicent, a new character ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Jason Isaacs, Saffron Burrows, Rachel Hurd-Wood, Lynn Redgrave, Olivia Williams, + more
Initial Release: 2003
Directed by: P. J. Hogan
#21 on The Best Movies for Kids
Hideaways is a thriller fantasy with directed by Agnès Merlet and written by Nick Murphy. It stars Rachel Hurd-Wood and Harry Treadaway. The film is a French/Irish/Swedish co-production. ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Rachel Hurd-Wood, Thomas Brodie-Sangster, Susan Lynch, Harry Treadaway, Stuart Graham, + more
Initial Release: 2011
Directed by: Agnès Merlet
Solomon Kane is a 2009 dark fantasy adventure film written and directed by Michael J. Bassett based on the pulp magazine character Solomon Kane created in 1928 by Robert E. Howard. James Purefoy stars in the title role. Despite optioning the rights in 1997, filming did not begin until January 2008. The film is an origin story for the Kane character and intended to be the first of a trilogy. The plot follows a redemption story for Kane, from the end of his life as a privateer, through the salvation of his soul by rescuing a Puritan girl and the beginning of his life as the Puritan avenger of the source material. It was produced by a consortium of French, Czech, and British companies and ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Max von Sydow, Rachel Hurd-Wood, James Purefoy, Pete Postlethwaite, Jason Flemyng, + more
Initial Release: 2009
Directed by: Michael J. Bassett
An American Haunting is a 2005 horror film written and directed by Courtney Solomon. It stars Donald Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, James D'Arcy, and Rachel Hurd-Wood. The film was previewed at the AFI Film Festival on November 5, 2005 and was released in the UK on April 14, 2006 with follow-up in US theaters on May 5. The film is an international co-production between the United Kingdom, Canada, Romania, and the United States. The film is based on the novel The Bell Witch: An American Haunting, by Brent Monahan. The events in the novel are based on the legend of the Bell Witch. The film switches from the 21st century to the 19th, and features a subplot about a recently divorced mother whose ...more on Wikipedia
Actors: Donald Sutherland, Sissy Spacek, Rachel Hurd-Wood, James D'Arcy, Vernon Dobtcheff, + more
Initial Release: 2005
Directed by: Courtney Solomon