Secret of the Wings

Last Updated on: January 20th, 2024

Secret of the Wings (2012 Movie)

“Secret of the Wings” is a 3D computer-animated fantasy film produced by DisneyToon Studios. It was released as part of the Disney Fairies franchise in 2012. The movie is the fourth installment in the Tinker Bell film series, following “Tinker Bell” (2008), “Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure” (2009), and “Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue” (2010).

Directed by Peggy Holmes and Bobs Gannaway, “Secret of the Wings” takes viewers on a magical journey into the mysterious Winter Woods, where Tinker Bell, the iconic fairy from Peter Pan’s universe, ventures for the first time. Despite the strict rule that warm-weather fairies like Tinker Bell are not allowed in the Winter Woods, she is irresistibly drawn to the enchanting and mysterious land.

In the Winter Woods, Tinker Bell discovers a magical secret that changes her life forever. She meets Periwinkle, a frost fairy who is her long-lost twin sister, separated from her at birth. The two sisters develop an instant bond, but their union poses a challenge as the seasons clash and threatens the harmony of the fairy world.

As the story unfolds, Tinker Bell and Periwinkle work together to find a way to bridge the gap between the Winter Woods and Pixie Hollow, so they can be together and allow fairies from both realms to experience the wonders of each other’s world.

“Secret of the Wings” explores themes of sisterhood, friendship, and the power of unity. The film also showcases the stunning animation of the Winter Woods, with its icy landscapes and magical elements.

The movie received positive reviews for its beautiful animation, engaging storyline, and heartwarming message. It was praised for its strong female characters and themes of loyalty and acceptance.

“Secret of the Wings” is a delightful addition to the Disney Fairies franchise, appealing to both children and adults with its charming characters and magical world. It continues to be a beloved film among fans of Tinker Bell and the enchanting realm of Pixie Hollow.

Additional Details


  • Mae Whitman: Tinker Bell
  • Lucy Hale: Periwinkle
  • Timothy Dalton: Lord Milori
  • Jeff Bennett: Dewey
  • Lucy Liu: Silvermist
  • Raven-Symone: Iridessa
  • Megan Hilty: Rosetta
  • Pamela Adlon: Vidia
  • Angela Bartys: Fawn
  • Matt Lanter: Sled
  • Debby Ryan: Spike
  • Grey DeLisle: Gliss
  • Rob Paulsen: Bobble
  • Jeff Bennett: Clank
  • Jane Horrocks: Fairy Mary
  • Jodi Benson: Healing Fairy
  • Kari Wahlgren: Receptionist
  • Thomas Lennon: Reading Fairy
  • Ben Diskin: Slush
  • Jesse McCartney: Terence
  • Jeff Bennett: Fairy Gary
  • Kathy Najimy: The Minister of Summer
  • John DiMaggio: The Minister of Autumn
  • Steve Valentine: The Minister of Spring
  • Dee Bradley Baker: Cheese / Fiona / Blaze
  •  Anjelica Huston: Queen Clarion


  • Director: Peggy Holmes
  • Producer: Makul Wigert
  • Music: Joel McNeely

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