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Hook Details

FULL SYNOPSIS

[[Performer~P112325~Steven Spielberg~stevenspielberg]] filters J. M. Barrie's Peter Pan through a distinctly 1990s sensibility in Hook. Peter Pan has become Peter Banning ([[Performer~P116900~Robin Williams~robinwilliams]]), a 40-year-old mergers and acquisitions lawyer with a permanent scowl on his face and a cellular phone in his belt. Banning has lost any memory of being Peter Pan, and he is also in danger of losing his wife Moira ([[Performer~P27645~Caroline Goodall~carolinegoodall]]) and two children, Jack ([[Performer~P39131~Charlie Korsmo~charliekorsmo]]) and Maggie ([[Performer~P64033~Amber Scott~amberscott]]). Peter and his family travel to London to visit Granny Wendy ([[Performer~P66495~Maggie Smith~maggiesmith]]) who recalls Peter's lost youth and asks him, "Peter, dear, don't you know who you are?" With Peter's children asleep in the same bedroom where the original Peter Pan story began, there is a blinding flash. Peter comes into the room to discover a note from Captain Hook ([[Performer~P94585~Dustin Hoffman~dustinhoffman]]), informing Peter that he has kidnapped his children. Granny Wendy now tells him who he really is and encourages him to re-discover his happy thoughts, transform himself into the Peter Pan of the past, and go rescue his children. With the encouragement of Tinkerbell ([[Performer~P60634~Julia Roberts~juliaroberts]]), Peter recalls the birth of his son and once again takes wing. Then it's off to Never Land to rescue his kids. ~ Paul Brenner, Rovi

  • Release date:December 11, 1991

Awards

Awarded by
Nominee
Category
Year
Status
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Harley Jessup Best Visual Effects 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Michael Lantieri Best Visual Effects 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Monty Westmore Best Makeup 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Norman Garwood Best Art Direction 1991 Nominee
Hollywood Foreign Press Association Dustin Hoffman Best Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences John Williams Best Song 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Leslie Bricusse Best Song 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Anthony Powell Best Costume Design 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Christina Smith Best Makeup 1991 Nominee
American Society of Cinematographers Dean Cundey Best Cinematography 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Eric Brevig Best Visual Effects 1991 Nominee
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Greg Cannom Best Makeup 1991 Nominee

Cast

Robin Williams
as Peter Banning/Peter Pan
Dustin Hoffman
as Captain James Hook
Julia Roberts
as Tinkerbell
Bob Hoskins
as Smee
Maggie Smith
as Granny Wendy Darling
Caroline Goodall
as Moira Banning
Charlie Korsmo
as Jack Banning
Amber Scott
as Maggie
Laurel Cronin
as Liza
Phil Collins
as Inspector Good
Arthur Malet
as Tootles
Isaiah Robinson
as Pockets
Jasen Fisher
as Ace
Raushan Hammond
as Thud Butt
James Madio
as Don't Ask
Thomas Tulak
as Too Small
Alex Zuckerman
as Latchboy
Ahmad Stoner
as No Nap
Dante Basco
as Rufio
David Crosby
as Tickles
Don McLeod
as Mime/Shadow
Francesca Serrano
as Lost Boy in Play
Gary Epper
as Growing Pirate
Alyson Healing
as Lost Boy in Play
Glenn Close
as Gutless
Gwyneth Paltrow
as Young Wendy
Jane Jenkins
Bogdan Georghe
as Lost Boy
Don S. Davis
as Dr. Fields
Ruth de Sosa
as Secretary
Mike Runyard
as Screaming Pirate
Brad Blumenthal
as Jim
Jan Cobler
as Secretary
Brenda Isaacs
as Secretary
Brett Willis
as Lost Boy
Cameron Thor
as Ron
Tony Burton
as Bill Jukes
Beverly Polcyn
as Prostitute
Wayne Aten
as Umpire
Zoe Koehler
as Lost Boy in Play
Randi Pareira
as Prostitute
Ray Tveden
as Man in Stands
Rebecca Hoffman
as Jane in Play
Regina Russell
as Mermaid
Ryan Francis
as Young Peter
Scott Williamson
as Coach
Stephanie Furst
as Mermaid
Kelly Rowan
as Peter's Mother
Kevin Gasca
as Lost Boy in Play
Kim O'Kelley
as Prostitute
Kim Robillard
as Toothless Crippled
Janet Hirshenson
Jacob Hoffman
as Little League Player
Andre Bollinger
as Lost Boy in Play
Adam McNatt
as Lost Boy
Jeannine Renshaw
as Drama Teacher
Jeannine Wagner
as Pianist
Lauren Friedler-Gow
as Lost Boy in Play
Margie Takeda
as Lost Boy in Play
Mary Bond Davis
as Prostitute
Matthew Van Ginkel
as Baby Peter
Maxwell Hoffman
as 5 Year Old Peter
Michael Hirshenson
as Umpire
Nick Tate
as Noodler
Nick Ullett
as Pirate Jailer

Crew

Steven Spielberg
Director
Frank Marshall
Producer
Kathleen Kennedy
Producer
Gerald R. Molen
Producer
Jerry Molen
Producer
Malia Scotch Marmo
Screenwriter
Nick Castle, Jr.
Screen Story
Nick Castle, Jr.
Screenwriter
Jim V. Hart
Screen Story
Jim V. Hart
Screenwriter
Dean Cundey
Cinematographer
John Williams
Composer (Music Score)
Michael Kahn
Editor
Norman Garwood
Production Designer
Andrew Precht
Art Director
Thomas Sanders
Art Director
Gary Adelson
Co-producer
Craig Baumgarten
Co-producer
Bruce Cohen
Associate Producer
Malia Scotch Marmo
Associate Producer
Dodi Fayed
Executive Producer
Jim V. Hart
Executive Producer
Joseph Hodges
Set Designer
Henry Alberti
Set Designer
Anthony Powell
Costume Designer
Eric Brevig
Special Effects
Michael Lantieri
Special Effects
Raymond Stella
Camera Operator
Seth Arnett
Stunts
Gary Hymes
Stunts
Vincent Paterson
Choreography
Michael Hirshenson
Casting
Jane Jenkins
Casting
Janet Hirshenson
Casting
Kevin Bartnof
Foley Artist
Rick Lazzarini
Puppeteer
Monty Westmore
Makeup
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