Much in the way that Michael Jackson had 'stolen' the Beatles out from under Paul McCartney, he had done the same to Peter Pan. In a savvy and brutal business manuever several years ago, Michael Jackson stole Neverland. He did this to his closest and most dearest friend. Took it right out from underneath him. Now Peter Pan can get his revenge.
It appears that Michael is having to sell Neverland, and Peter is waiting in the wings. Between Peter, the Lost Boys (who are terrified of Michael), and Tink, they have been able to pull the money together. Even Captain Hook chipped in to get it back. "No matter how annoying Pan and the rest are, that man scares me. He never should have had Neverland. It belongs to us. Besides, it's really hard to fight for control on Neverland, when I am to afraid to get anywhere near the bloke," the Captain was overheard saying.
There will be a cease fire between Pan and his crew and Hook and his. At least until the sale of the Neverland is final. "Neverland was a safe haven. I mean sure the boys would play pirates and whatnot, but nobody ever really got hurt. It's going to be hard to get Neverland's reputation back on track after this. The poor boys are crying every night," Wendy Darling has told reporters.
Never the less, Tinkerbell has high hopes, that with enough work and pixie dust, things will return to normal. She was quoted, but noone could figure out what she said.
Meanwhile, Disney executives are trying to resecure the location of the Neverland. But Third Star from the Right and Straight on Until Morning, is in high demand. However, they are sure they will succeed. It seems that Buzz Ligthyear is willing to sell, if he has full lead in the next Toy Story movie.
So, this reporter is just glad that Neverland will be back where it belongs, and to the ones it belongs to. And they all lived, happily, ever after.