First Look: Poster of Allison Williams and Christopher Walken for NBC’s ‘Peter Pan Live’


NBC has unveiled the poster for the upcoming “Peter Pan Live!” telecast.

The artwork features Christopher Walken in full Captain Hook garb with Allison Williams as the titular hero, ready to take flight and combat the villain.

The two will be joined by a host of theater veterans for the production, including Christian Borle as Mr. Darling and Smee, Kelli O’Hara as Mrs. Darling, Taylor Louderman as Wendy and Alanna Saunders as Tiger Lily.

Several alums of the Broadway hit “Newsies” will also join the cast as Lost Boys, with Jake Lucas as John Darling, John Allyn as Michael Darling and Caitlin Houlahan as Jane.

“Peter Pan Live!” will air Dec. 4 on NBC.  Craig Zadan and Neil Meron will exec produce the special with Rob Ashford (“The Sound of Music Live!) directing.

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  1. RayF says:

    There is an overlooked musical number in the productions of Peter Pan: “Never Smile at a Crocodile”. I’ve heared it many times and I believe it would add much to the show if it was included.

  2. K Plan says:

    That is the hottest Peter Pan ever…but I’m pretty sure that’s not what they’re going fo.

  3. When my parents took me to see a stage play of Peter Pan when i was kid I was excited. Then I found out the person playing Peter was a woman. How could I have been more thrilled? This is clearly the best way to portray such a character. I mean, wouldn’t Hook have been so much better if Robin Williams was in full Mrs. Doubtfire make up throughout the entire thing??? Tell me I’m not crazy. I dare you.

  4. Nanny Mo says:

    Yeah, I’m just not buying Peter here. I think it’s the nose. And the been there, done that factor. Getting really bored of the same ole stories told again and again only more politically corrected. Maybe it’s the really flat chest. I’m not buying this.

  5. Don Smith says:

    This production will be missing one key element…more cowbell.

  6. John Choate says:

    Sharknado was a more believable pretense for a show.

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