Tinker Bell and the Legend of the NeverBeast

Synopsis: Fun and talented animal fairy Fawn believes you can't judge a book by its cover, or an animal by its fangs, so she befriends a huge and mysterious creature known as the NeverBeast. While Tinkerbell and her friends aren't so sure about this scary addition to Pixie Hollow, the elite Scout Fairies set out to capture the monster before he destroys their home. Fawn must trust her heart and take a leap of faith if she hopes to rally the girls to save the NeverBeast.
Director(s): Steve Loter
Production: DisneyToon Studios
  1 win & 1 nomination.
Rotten Tomatoes:
76 min


Look high in the sky

On this Never Land night

For a glowing, green star

The fourth from the right

As it falls from the heavens

And streaks through the air

You'll know it's a comet

A sight strange and rare

A harmless display?

A treat for the eye?


But be careful

For appearances lie

This comet, you see

Has been here before

The ancients described it

In old fairy lore

"Beware the green tail

As it trails alongside

"And spills into corners

Where shadows abide

"Take heed, and you'll know

That before the dawn breaks

"Deep down in the darkness

Something awakes"

I'm gonna fall

Headfirst and fast like an avalanche

Maybe I'll land

Maybe I'll crash

I will take that chance

'Cause there's nothing but air

in between me and everything

Nothing to keep me

from flying aimlessly

Shamelessly laughing at destiny

And no one knows how high I go

Or what makes the atmosphere glow

I could follow the narrow road

But maybe I'll let it all go

And just float

I'll float


Oh, Tink, it's perfect!

Just like you ordered, Fawn.

One extra-large wagon.

But what's it for?

I mean, why all the mystery?

I just love how your mind's

always working.

I can take it from here.

Baby ducklings!

Or baby bunnies?

It's a movable nursery, right?


Can't get a thing past you, Tink.

Well, anyway, catch you later.

You're up to something.

Who, me? Never.

Yep, you definitely are.

I know that look.

I invented that look.

What's the wagon for?

Okay, okay.

Just try not to scream.



No deal. No deal. No deal!

It's okay, Hannah.

Tink's with me.

You have a...

Deep breath in.


Uh, yep.

Fawn, hawks eat fairies!

Oh, adult hawks, yes.

Hannah's still technically a baby.

That whole "must-eat-fairy" urge

hasn't quite kicked in yet.

She doesn't look so babyish to me.

Well, she was when I brought her here.

She had a bad wing,

but I fixed her up and now... Whoa!

Wing's all better.

You can't have a hawk

in Pixie Hollow.

What if the Scouts find out?

That's where the blueberry wagon

comes in!

We just have to get Hannah

out to where she belongs

without causing, you know...

...widespread panic.

Good job!

Here you go.



You're doing great, Hannah.

Hang tight until we're in the clear.

Are you sure about this, Fawn?

Remember, we're just taking berries

to the forest.

Nothing to it.

But don't berries usually come

from the forest?

Everything will be fine.

Just fly casual.

Exactly how often

do you do this kind of thing?

Come on.

Oh! Oh.

Whoa! Oh!



Just keep smiling.

See, Tink? I told you this would work.

All you need is a little

faith, trust, and...

Pixie dust?

There you are!

We've been looking for you all morning!

Hey, did you guys see

that comet last night?

No, but did you see that big, green ball

of light that flew by?

What's with the berries?

Just bringing them to the forest.

For the animals.

Don't berries come from the forest?

Not this particular variety

which is, um,

extra berry-full-licious-tastic!

Yum! Can we help?

No, no, no! We're fine.

Why would we need help?

Oh, for goodness' sake.

There's an easier way to do this.

Wait! No, no!

You don't know what you're doing!

It's called "helping."

A simple "thank you" would suffice.

What are you all staring at?


That comet is an astronomical puzzle,

to be sure,

but careful observation

and application...


Hannah, stop! Come back!

Everyone, get inside!


Oh, no!


Hannah? Hannah!

Go! Get inside! Hurry!


Come on!

Wait! Everybody calm down!

I promise, she doesn't even like

the taste of Scout Fairy.

Babies are such picky eaters.

It's okay, Hannah.

Everything's going to be all right.

Get away from the hawk, Fawn.

Let us handle this.

There's nothing to handle, Nyx.

I said stand down, Fawn.

Is everyone all right?

Yes, Queen Clarion, this time.

But how am I supposed to keep us safe

if Fawn keeps bringing dangerous

animals into Pixie Hollow?

Last time it was rats, and a snake!

Actually, last time, it was a vampire bat.

Fawn's just got a big heart, that's all.

Hannah needed her help.

Does this look like the face

of a dangerous predator to you?


Come on, back me up, guys!

- Fawn...

- I know, I know.

Nyx is right.

I've done this once or twice,

or several times before.


However, perhaps my latest endeavor

was crossing the line.

- Indeed.

- I hear what you're saying.

Maybe harboring a baby hawk

wasn't the best idea.

Fawn, I know you.

You've always let your heart guide you.

Which is admirable, but...

But I also need to listen with my head.

Next time, I promise, I will.

Well, Hannah-Banana,

I'd say come back and visit,

but it's probably best to keep this

a long-distance thing.

Now, let's give that wing a try.

Good morning, students!

Beautiful day for a fresh start,

don't you think?

All right, then, let's see that hopping.

Nice work, Nico.

Perfection, Paige!

Oh, Calista, remember it's hopping,

not walking.

What, haven't you heard?

I'm strictly by-the-book now.

Yep, we're talking model citizen

all the way.

Looking for the definition

of responsibility?

Look no further than this girl!

Well, that was interesting.

Now, that's hopping.



Come on, Fawn, listen to your head.

Heart gets you in trouble,

head is your friend.

And yet, head is making me

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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