Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast, the seventh Tinker Bell film, will be released on March 3, 2015. And it may also be the last Fairies film. From what I hear, this one will be darker and edgier than all the previous films. That's exciting, but in order to end on a high note, this franchise has to completely bridge the gap between Tinker Bell and Peter Pan. If we don't see him, I have a creative solution up my sleeve, which I will not reveal at the moment.
Anyway, I wanted to share a short film that I simply could not believe, called "Tink'n About Animals". In it, Fawn teaches Tinker Bell, Rosetta, Iridessa, Silvermist and Vidia about the names of different animal groups.
For those of you who do not know me, I wish there were more songs sung by characters in the Tinker Bell movies. The only fairies in Pixie Hollow we hear singing are Lyria and the storytelling fairies in Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure. Their song is called "Fairy Tale Theatre". Later on, in The Pirate Fairy, Captain Hook and the pirate crew sing "The Frigate That Flies".
But to me and some of my fellow Disney Wikians, there appeared to be a rule or "reinforced stereotype" in Pixie Hollow that prevented fairies of other talents from singing. None of the main characters sang...until now!
Wonderful! Magical! Flitterific! Fawn, one of the main characters, can truly sing! And that isn't even her fairy talent. What a marvelous and heartwarming scene!
(sigh) The stereotype has been busted. Our wish has begun to come true!
PS: A day after I published this blog post, I added a page for "Fawn's Animal Group Song".