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Tinker Bell Has a New Hook in The Pirate Fairy (VIDEO)

The Pirate Fairy | BabbleTinker Bell has a new hook.

As announced at D23 Expo earlier this month, Disneytoon Studios unveiled its newest adventure – The Pirate Fairy – in the Disney Fairies franchise.

And now there’s a sneak peek!

Zarina, the newest fairy in Pixie Hollow (voiced by the voluptuous Christina Hendricks), is a misunderstood dust keeper.

When she steals Pixie Hollow’s life force, the all-important Blue Pixie Dust, and flies away to join forces with the pirates of Skull Rock, she not only picks up swashbuckling and savvy seafaring ways, but creates a new type of Pixie Dust that gives her all the other Fairies’ talents. Thus, lots and lots of power.

Cue maniacal laugh.

Related: D23 Expo: 12 New Disney Animated Adventures Revealed!

Tinker Bell (voiced by Parenthood‘s Mae Whitman) is going to have to work hard to sort that one out.

A young rogue named James (voiced by Tom Hiddletson – yep, Loki), better known by his future title and shiny hook hand, makes sure Tink and her friends won’t escape his pirate’s curse that easily. Will Tink be able to get the Blue Pixie Dust back and reverse everyone’s talents in time?

Guess we’ll have to wait until Spring 2014 to find out.

Until then, watch:

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Photo credit: Disneytoon Studios

Video credit: Disney Fairies

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