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Proud and insolent youth... prepare to meet thy doom.
~ Hook challenging Peter Pan.

Captain James Hook is the main antagonist of the 2003 fantasy adventure film Peter Pan, a film adaptation of the 1911 classic play of the same name by the late J.M. Barrie. He is the film's version of James Hook.

In this version, Hook has a much more darker, misanthropic role. And unlike most versions where his hook replaces his left hand, instead the hook replaces his right hand. He is the archenemy of both Peter Pan and Wendy Darling.

He was portrayed by Jason Isaacs, who also played Lucius Malfoy and the Basilisk in the Harry Potter franchise, Ra's al Ghul in Batman: Under the Red Hood, Dick Dastardly in Scoob!, Satan in Castlevania: Lords of Shadow, Colonel William Tavington in The Patriot, Admiral Zhao in Avatar: The Last Airbender, The Grand Inquisitor in Star Wars: Rebels, Dr. Heinreich Volmer in A Cure for Wellness and SkekSo in The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance.

Biography

Past

Years ago, Peter Pan cut off Hook's right hand, and fed it to a crocodile. After which, Hook replaced his missing hand with a hook. Since then Hook has been seeking revenge on Peter Pan. During that time; Hook has been chased all throughout Neverland by the same crocodile who ate his hand. Fortunately, the crocodile swallowed a clock, so every time the crocodile tried to eat him, Hook would hear the ticking of the clock. Both Peter Pan and Hook have been battling each other for a long time.

Peter Pan

One day, after Pan had returned to Neverland, Hook found out that he brought three children with him; Wendy, John, and Michael Darling. He attempted to use the cannons to shoot down Pan and his friends from the clouds, but ended up shooting one of his sails. Shortly after, he killed a crew member, and fixing the mast, Hook and a small group of his crew went out to search for John and Michael. Along the way, Hook comes across Princess Tiger Lily and asked her if she has seen two boys. She replied that she hasn't seen them. This was a lie, as she managed to capture them and were hanging directly above them. Hook believed that Tiger Lily was lying and threaten to slit her throat. However, John blurted out to save Tiger Lily, and called Hook a savage. Hook and his crew captured John, Michael and Tiger Lily, and brought them over to the Black Castle. Hook was planning to use the three as bait so he could kill Peter Pan when he would come to rescue them. He was also planning to kill the three as well, via drown them as the water rises at nightfall.

While he was waiting, Hook heard a young girl scream Peter at the top of the castle. He went to investigate but couldn't find anyone. When he returned, Hook found out that Mr. Smee and the crew had released the children. Smee told Hook that he was the one who told them to release the children. In retaliation, Hook shot one of his crewman in the chest, presumably killing him. Just then, a voice could be heard that sounded like Hook. Hook followed the voiced which led to Peter Pan. Hook grabs a gun and tries to shoot Peter but fortunately, Wendy warns him. Then, Peter and Hook fought each other until Hook tossed Peter into a cannon. The cannon shot a net into Peter, nearly drowning him. Peter managed to escape, but as he got out Hook was waiting for him. Just as Hook was about to kill Pan, the crocodile showed up to save Pan and attempted to devour him. Hook was able to save himself from the crocodile by standing on the hand of a statue.

Hook managed to escape the Crocodile, and continued to search for his revenge. Later that night, Hook found Peter dancing with Wendy. He also found Tinkerbell watching the two dance as well. Hook noticed that Tink was jealous, so Hook decided to bring Tinkerbell to Hook's ship to have a little discussion. Sometime afterwards, Hook and his crew managed to find Wendy's house that Peter and the Lost Boys built for her, and brought it over to Hook's Ship. When Wendy woke up Hook was waiting for her with a banquet. Hook offered Wendy a chance to join his crew. She said that she always wanted to be called Red Handed Jill, and she unofficially joined Hook's crew as their story teller. After which, Hook placed Wendy back into her house and returned the house back to where it belongs.

Hook was also able to find Peter Pan's hideout by having his parrot spying Wendy. Hook and his crew managed to capture the Lost Boys, Michael, John, and Wendy. Hook also attempted to kill Peter while he was sleeping but he couldn't reach him. So Hook decided to search for an alternative, by poisoning Peter's medicine. Peter was nearly killed by drinking the poisoned medicine, however, Tinker Bell intervened and drank the poison. Hook noticed that the weather was changing rather quickly, in which he though that that was a sign that Peter Pan was dead. However, Hook realized that he was still alive when everyone was chanting, "I do believe in fairies".

In a fit of rage, Hook threatened Wendy, who told him that Peter Pan cared for her. As soon as he realized this, the evil pirate made Wendy walk the plank. There was no splash, making Hook believe the crocodile devoured Wendy, and prepared to feed it all the boys. Tink tricked Hook and his crew with a crocodile clock, and Peter challenged him to a final battle after freeing Wendy and the boys.

The two of them fought, and Hook eventually grabbed Tinkerbell, sprinkled Pixie Dust on him, granting him the ability to fly. During the fight, Hook taunted Peter by telling him Wendy was leaving him forever. Peter's feelings were so hurt that he could not fight back. Hook's thugs nabbed Wendy and the boys again while the villain knocked Peter down. Wendy broke free just before Hook could strike a final deadly blow and convinced him she was giving Peter a thimble. But the "thimble" was really a kiss that gave Peter the strength to blow nearly every member of Hook's crew overboard. Pan continued to confront Hook and eventually managed to knock him over the side of the boat. Hook

Hook's death.

tried to think happy thoughts to keep him afloat while the Crocodile was jumping out of the water, trying to eat him. However, the children began to chant "Old! Alone! Done for!", and despite his best efforts, Hook gave in and fell into the waiting jaws of the crocodile, which swallowed him with one bite.

Trivia

  • To keep the classic tradition from the original Peter Pan play, Jason Isaacs, the actor who played Captain James Hook in the film, also portrayed Mr. Darling, the father of Wendy, John and Michael Darling as a way to hint a connection between the two characters through the role of a "mean grownup", which lead the Darling siblings to fear growing up until they realize that it isn't a wrong thing.
  • Jason Isaacs' performance as Captain Hook is considered one of the the best portrayals of the character, second to or rivalling that of Dustin Hoffman from the 1991 film Hook.
    • Interestingly, the 2003 film was originally planned to be a prequel to Hook, but the idea was dropped because Hoffman wasn't interested in playing Captain Hook again.
  • One of the darkest traits from this incarnation of Captain Hook is the predatory vibes he displays while being near of Wendy and even Peter, which creeped out some film critics. Even Jason Isaacs has stated that he felt incredibly uncomfortable while acting these scenes.

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Books
Peter Pan | James Hook | Mr. Smee | Neverland Pirates

Movies
Peter Pan (1953): James Hook | Mr. Smee | Neverland Pirates | Tick Tock
Hook: James Hook | Mr. Smee | Neverland Pirates
Return to Neverland: James Hook | Mr. Smee | Neverland Pirates
Peter Pan (2003): James Hook | Mr. Smee
Tinker Bell (2008): Vidia
Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue: Dr. Griffiths | Mr. Twitches
Tinker Bell: Pixie Hollow Games: Rumble
The Pirate Fairy: Zarina | James Hook | Mr. Smee | Neverland Pirates
Pan (2015): Blackbeard | Bishop | Mother Barnabas

Television
Jake and the Neverland Pirates (2011): James Hook | Mr. Smee | Sharky & Bones | Tick Tock | Red Jessica | Beatrice Le Beak | Dread the Evil Genie | ShiverJack | Doctor Undergear | Grim Buccaneer | Lord Fathom
Once Upon a Time (2011): Peter Pan

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