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Disney's Secret of the Wings Blu-ray

Posted March 23, 2012 04:38 PM by Josh Katz

Walt Disney StudiosThis fall, Walt Disney Home Entertainment will bring Secret of the Wings to Blu-ray. The animated family film follows the continuing adventures of Disney's iconic Tinker Bell character.

From Disney's official synopsis:

"Journey with Tinker Bell and her fairy friends into the forbidden world of the mysterious Winter Woods, where curiosity and adventure lead Tink to an amazing discovery and reveal a magical secret that could change her world forever."

This DisneyToon Studios production features the vocal talents of Anjelica Huston (The Darjeeling Limited), Timothy Dalton (Licence to Kill), Lucy Liu (Charlie's Angels), Raven-Symoné (Dr. Dolittle), Megan Hilty (NBC's Smash), Pamela Adlon (Tinker Bell), Matt Lanter (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), and Mae Whitman (Scott Pilgrim vs. the World).

Disney is offering the film in two Blu-ray versions - a Blu-ray/DVD combo pack and a Blu-ray 3D/Blu-ray/DVD/Digital Copy combo pack. The studio has not yet detailed the technical and supplementary specifications for either edition.

Secret of the Wings streets on October 23rd.

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News comments (17 comments)

  Mar 23, 2012  

  Mar 23, 2012
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The 3D packaging states that it is a "Flitterrific Fairies Double Pack". What the F*** is that?

Oh I guess it says that it includes a Bonus Adventure, so it might include the Pixie Hollow Games or some other short. Seems odd that they are extending their 3D releases to DTV movies now, and also that they are pulling the BS trick of skimping on the features for the standard 2D version.

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These releases have pretty good A/V presentations and they are mildly entertaining, especially if you have little girls in your household. I hope to pick up the 3D version if it lowers some.

  Mar 23, 2012  

  Mar 23, 2012
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These movies are pretty and pretty awesome.

El Baz
  Mar 23, 2012
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Laugh all you want. The Tinkerbell movies, though straight to video, are very good. Excellent picture, sound and very light hearted stories. It also helps having young girls in the household.

I just can't believe it took this long for the 4th movie of the series. It's been delayed since Feb 2011.
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@El - The "Delay" was to bring out a glorious re-rendered Blu3D edition.
(Which was as much of a surprise to them as to us.) 0_0

And yes, they're pretty good--"Great Fairy Rescue" finally brought Tink full circle back to her Peter Pan character, where she should be.

  Mar 23, 2012
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my daughter loves all these tinkerbell movies, i thin its great they have a 3d version coming out, my daughter will flip out

agree wiht this release or not, those of us with young daughters are thrilled, and they really are good quality family movies

i seriously doubt any of themoney to produce this will slow up blu ray classics

  Mar 23, 2012
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These are great but I don't like that "Tinker Bell and" has been dropped from the title; now it won't fit in with the first three films as well.

Inspector Toschi
  Mar 23, 2012
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These are actually pretty good kid flicks. I can think of plenty of worse animated movies to watch with my niece. And to be perfectly honest, The Great Fairy Rescue was actually one of the better Disney films from the last ten years. They actually have a story being told and the films were definitely made with some passion and heart. Personally I'll take these over the majority of Dreamworks output (HTTYD being the exception)
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  Mar 24, 2012
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It looks like the spine doesn't have the connecting picture that the previous ones did.

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  Mar 24, 2012
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I own the other three [embarrassed] So I guess I'll be picking this up as well.

Inspector Toschi
  Mar 24, 2012
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"I'm not going to bash these movies, but this is time and money Disney could be spending the remaster their classics for a Blu release."

Ya, you've got it completely backwards. Tinkerbell is a franchise. The merchandise sells well. These movies are funding the restorations of the classics, not the other way around.
  Mar 24, 2012
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This movie looks exciting.

  Mar 27, 2012
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Preordered the 4 disc version.

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