Disney’s latest adventure, “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast” roars to life this April. Join us as we send 10 lucky Mum Central readers to the movies with a Family pass for 4 to this exciting new adventure.

Disneytoon Studios returns to Pixie Hollow with the heartwarming adventure “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast.”

The new story explores an ancient myth of a fabled creature whose distant roar sparks the curiosity of Tinker Bell’s good friend Fawn (voice of Ginnifer Goodwin), an animal fairy who’s not afraid to break the rules to help an animal in need. But this animal—massive and strange with glowing green eyes—is not really welcome in Pixie Hollow, and the scout fairies are determined to capture the mysterious beast before it destroys their home. Fawn, who sees a tender heart beneath his gruff exterior, must convince Tink (voice of Mae Whitman) and the girls to risk everything to rescue the NeverBeast before time runs out. Directed by Steve Loter (“Kim Possible”) and produced by Michael Wigert (“Secret of the Wings”), “Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast” roars to life in April 2, 2015.

Watch the trailer below and get your entries in to be in the running to Win Tickets to Tinker Bell


Here’s your chance to win 1 of 10 Family Passes to see Tinker Bell on the big screen at participating cinemas.  Simply complete the entry form below and you’re in the running.

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  1. Kimberley Anderson Reply

    My daughter, she is still at the age of thinking Tinker Bell is real, I almost cry when I see her face light up.

  2. My eldest son Seth and my girlfriend and her daughter. I guess thats two families for one on on a single family pass!

  3. Loz Jordan Reply

    I’d take my husband and our daughter, Lucy. She’s never been to the movies before!

  4. Helen Hamilton Reply

    I would take my husband and daughter and she could choose a friend to bring.

  5. I would like to take my friend Michelle and her daughter who will love it to bits

  6. my daughter as she loves tinkerbell and so does my son – they are both fairy obsessed 🙂

  7. At Christmas time visited Grandparents. Littlies delighted to find 1952 Little Golden Book edition of PETER PAN on the bookshelf there and even more delighted that they were able to bring the book home. Favourite book since. As a family we’d all enjoy the movie after having read the book many times.

  8. Dianne Childs Reply

    A lovely family day at the movies with my husband and our son. He absolutely loves going to the cinema and it would be great to share such a classic tale with him.

  9. Anna Erceg Reply

    My beautiful daughter & my wonderful husband we need a movie day out this would be lovely thank you 🙂

  10. Ying Ying TAN Reply

    My little princess lives in her world of fairies, she loves tinkerbell and would be delighted to watch this!

  11. I’d take my daughter – she even has a Tinkerbell costume to go to teh movie in 🙂

  12. Adele Smith Reply

    My two daughters and I’m sure hubby being a Disney fan will tag along too! 🙂

  13. blackwidow63 Reply

    I would give the prize to my daughter so that she could take her daughter and spend quality time together

  14. Alison Henderson Reply

    I’d take kids number 2 and 3. Girls 14.5 months apart would love a girly day 🙂

  15. My little miss 🙂 7yo and in awe if everything,just loves the beautiful things in life!

  16. Faye Hannam Reply

    Miss Tayla Jade and Master Nate – they would love this movie…

  17. I’d take little pickle and his big sister, they love Tinkerbell and all the fairy magic and mayhem.. They would love this!..

  18. If love to take my two fairy loving girls. This would be their first movie experience!

  19. Samantha Krieg Reply

    I would love to take my 5 yo daughter and her best friend.. Massive tinkerbell fans!!

  20. Lenora Peary Reply

    Def my granddaughter Paige… loves fairies and esp, Tinkerbell

  21. My daughter Evelyn…..and my 2 boys (They secretly like Tinkerbell too!)

  22. Helen Bennett Reply

    I’d let my grandchildren take me. Grandmas are never too old for Tinkerbell!

  23. My two daughters and my husband. He always rolls his eyes but secretly he enjoys it!

  24. jenni Browne Reply

    Miss 6 this Sunday would think I’m the best mum in the world if we went

  25. Ebony Woolcock Reply

    My 2 year old daughter who is obsessed with Tinkerbell and has never been to the movies before 🙂 I’d have to make it a girls day out.

  26. Rachel Dunn Reply

    miss 3 lives, breathes and dreams tink and everything to do with tinkerbell

  27. My eldest daughter, my best friend and her eldest daughter. Girls day out!

  28. Katherine Bamford Reply

    My little fairy daughter would be fluttering her wings straight into the cinema! I would invite my sister and her daughter, for a fun, family, girls day out 🙂


    My two daughters and my niece ,the three of them just love the Tinkerbell movies

  30. My children all love tinkerbell and have seen all the other tinkerbell movies. I would bring them!

  31. JessicaLauifata Reply

    I would take my two girls Taylor & Ava to see Tinkerbell!

  32. I would take my daughter Zara and her friend, Chai, who both love Tinkerbell movies (we’ve seen them all)

  33. Cassie Cornish Reply

    I’d take my son Riley, he loves Disney and fairy tales and stories!

  34. Elly Newall Reply

    This would be a lovely special family outing! My little Chloe will love this movie!

  35. I would love to take my daughter, my niece and my mum! Girls day out!

  36. Jodie Louw Reply

    My daughter and my 2 nieces, they would love to see this together.

  37. Elly Pranata Reply

    Both of my daughters will be very happy if i bring them with me. Tinker Bells always be their favorite characters because they think Tinker does magical things

  38. michelle brown Reply

    My daughter! Her name is Taniqa but everyone calls her Tink! haha 🙂

  39. soniaelsheikh Reply

    I would take my gorgeous niece because she is a big fan of Tinkerbell 🙂

  40. Narelle Rock Reply

    I would take my son and daughter on a day out over the weekend, lunch and a movie!

  41. TimShell Hornhardt Reply

    I would take my daughter and her best friend (my niece)

  42. Joyce Cooper Reply

    I’d take my youngest daughter and her best mate as they loved the other tinkerbell movies 🙂

  43. My Tinker Bell ‘tragics” who have read … and re-read … and re-read my old TinkerBell/Peter Pan book from my childhood days. We’d all enjoy this movie.

  44. Joseph Vella Reply

    My wife and baby girl (4) Mystique would both love to see this movie and watch Tinkerbell and friends on their new exciting adventure.

  45. Julianna Katar Reply

    My daughter – she adores Tinkerbell …She is 4 and her favourite saying is “Faith. Trust & Pixie Dust”

  46. Definite family day out and a chance to actually relax together. We spend so much time do things apart it is time we do things together.

  47. I would take my young Tinkerbell, JJ with me as she is fascinated by and loves dancing.

  48. My daughter Mia LOVES Tinkerbell!! Id definitely take her to see it!

  49. Stav Mataia Reply

    Definately my two girls who are crazy in love with Tinkerbell:)))

  50. Amy Hinaki Ngawaka Reply

    My kids, Paris and Jai, no matter how old they get they still enjoy tinkerbell

  51. I’m taking my daughter and my niece who has just started to love Tinker Bell as she has just started to read.

  52. Nerys Lewis Reply

    All 3 of my munchkins love Tinkerbell, even the boys, so this would be a lovely family affair 🙂

  53. Cherry Pountney Reply

    I would take my daughter to the movies, she loves fairies!

  54. My Little Miss 5 would be beside herself to see this and her big brother 9 would come too – “if he has to” – of course, any excuse to get to eat popcorn and lollies! 😉 Probably would take my daughter’s bestie too.

  55. My daughter & son have seen every tinkerbell movie so far so would love to see this one too.

  56. My 3 little fairies who are 7, 5 and 3.. (big believers)who have turned our house in a glittering mess full of fairy dust and missing treats… the only positive they are good to brush their teeth

  57. My adorable three nieces, taking them to see this will definitely peg me above the other aunties!!

  58. Chez N Ray Bishop Reply

    My two beautiful Grand daughters, D.I.L & myself… Girls outing

  59. I would definitely take my husband and two beautiful tinkerbell fans!

  60. My little girl who is sometimes as full of mischief like Tinkerbell

  61. I would take my 8 year old Great Niece, my young beautiful fairy, a avid fan of Tinkerbell

  62. Blanche Ryan Reply

    I’d take my 6 year old twins and their BFF… all big BIG Tinkerbell fans!

  63. Eleni Fagan Reply

    my husband, son Jordan and daughter Alana who just wants to be a fairy 🙂

  64. I’d take my fairy princess daughter and not so fairy princess husband…

  65. Melinda Bolitho Reply

    I would take my daughter Charlotte – this would be her very first movie!

  66. Michelle C Reply

    I’d take my daughter Ariah as she is a mad Tinkerbell fan. She saw the last Tinkerbell pirate movie with my sister as I just gave birth so this time I would like to take her and spend some quality Mummy daughter time together that she needs.

  67. Barbara Fehmel Reply

    I have twin Great Granddaughters who adore me reading them fairy tales. It would be my great pleasure to take them to see “Tinkerbell” Fairies are so popular with them at present.

  68. Michele Jones Reply

    We have all the Tinker Bell movies my girls watch them all the time huge Tinker Bell fan

  69. Kasey Evans Reply

    My girls as together we seen the last TinkerBell movie and would love to watch the new one, unexpectantly I really enjoyed the last one!

  70. Kylie Clayton Reply

    That’s easy, my two youngest and Nanna since she’s as big a kid as the rest of us! 😉

  71. Belinda Ban Reply

    Both my daughter and her friend love Tinkerbell so I’ll make their year and take them 🙂

  72. Samantha Bentley Reply

    Id take my 2x little fairies (daughters 5 and 8) and my gorgeous sister in law Christie

  73. Andieharrie Reply

    Family movie
    How very groovy
    Disney suits us all
    Watching movies together what a ball

  74. Joella Bryant Reply

    My daughter Lilly, who would ove a special mummy and daughter day!

  75. My son. He hasn’t been to the cinema yet. I think this would be a memorable first movie.

  76. Danielle Farrugia Reply

    My two youngest daughters, they love Tink and her friends.

  77. My nearly 4 years old daughter loves Tinkerbell and would love to watch the movie on the big screen!

  78. Shanaz Steele Reply

    I have 3 daughters, and I’d take them for a girly day out to the movies

  79. Effie Diacos Reply

    My 14yr old daughter, who still loves her Disney movies, my 8yr old niece who is coming to stay with us for the school holidays as well as my 2 boys who are 5yrs old and 3yrs old. Would be a great start to the school holidays 🙂

  80. Melinda Hale Reply

    It makes you feel all warm inside to site down with your daughters to watch these films

  81. My 2 eldest daughters Anna and Elyssa – Tinkerbell and the Great Fairy Rescue was the first movie I ever took them to!

  82. Our boy he thinks the world of Suahn would love this for him please

  83. Julia Morton Reply

    my 5 year old daughter who loves animated and colourful movies

  84. Awww My kids love tinkerbell ..Its so cute and colourful..a family favourite

  85. Kelly-anne LEddy Reply

    My best friend whose nickname is Tinks as we are both big disney fans even in our 30s

  86. If it’s anything like the other Tinkerbell movie TInkerbell and the Secret Wings, I would have to take my daughter – if she chooses a DVD, it is either TInkerbell, Cars or Thomas the Tank Engine – and I’d much rather be watching Tinkerbell with her at the movies!

  87. My 4 kids would love to go to the “real” movies. It’s a big thing for us to go to the movies as we are a big family so don’t get to go much

  88. my 2 grandchildren would love to see tinkerbell and have a day out at the movies

  89. I would take my daughter Zaara with me who is 6, and she believes in fairies! 🙂

  90. naomi Blake Reply

    I would take my 2 daughters Tiannah and Michaela who are huge fans!

  91. Kate Reynolds Reply

    My daughter, who believes fairies live in our tree in the backyard!

  92. Michelle Gray Reply

    School holiday fun with my two little ones, Nikala and Annika.

  93. My two fairy obsessed girls and my husband… who’s not so fairy obsessed!

  94. Toni Armstrong Reply

    My princess Jasmine, and her big Aunty who loves animated kids movies

  95. Libby Egan Reply

    I would take both the kids they love animated movies! Good excuse for me to see them too!

  96. Steph Watson Reply

    I would take my 2 girls, 3&5yrs, who are both Tinker Bell mad!!

  97. my 2 girls who are 8 and 3. they both love tinkerbell and it is starting to cost a lot lol. my wallet is literally running away from me lol

  98. I would take my 2 adorable pixies that absolutely love Tinker bell and her adventures.

  99. Angela Hogan Reply

    I would take my niece who loves faries and she would wear her fairy dress

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