Timothy Dalton takes new role in winter themed heart warmer
Disney's most recent incarnation of the unforgettable Peter Pan fashioned, fantastic fairy, TinkerBell comes in the shape of the feature length animated movie, The Secret of the Wings.
The movie hit the big screen in December 2012 and is set to be a huge success.
The star studded cast includes young American actress Lucy Hale best known for television series Pretty Little Liars, Angelica Huston, timeless Hollywood treasure known best for her role in the Adams Family and a plethora of Wes Anderson directed masterpieces, Matt Lanter, teenage heart throb and star of 90210 and the infamous Timothy Dalton.
Dalton, who is best known for his stint as the world's best known secret agent, started with humble beginnings in Colwyn Bay Denbighshire but was bitten by the acting bug at the young age of 16. Dalton joined the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in his young life and started work with the BBC in 1968. During the 1970's he spent most of his time on stage with the Royal Shakespeare Company. It was not until 1987 that he predeceased Roger Moore as 007 in his first Bond movie The Living Daylights.
In the new TinkerBell movie, Dalton plays Lord Milori the ruler of the Winter Woods a stern yet loving character who is wise and fair. As TinkerBell and Periwinkle become friends, they will learn why there is a barrier between their two worlds and why Dalton's character, Milori, needs to keep them apart.
TinkerBell's story is playing in cinemas across the country and its warming tale is joyous enough to melt even the coldest of hearts. Check your local Vue Cinema to see if it has seats available and as the birth place of Lord Milori himself, is the perfect way for anyone to discover just how fairies got their wings.
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