Just like the loveable honey-eating Winnie the Pooh becoming the subject of a horror film, another children's classic character is joining the ranks of fright - Peter Pan.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey director Rhys Frake-Waterfield is creating a sequel for the now-sinister bear, but he also is working on Peter Pan: Neverland Nightmare.
Peter Pan was developed by Scottish novelist J.M. Barrie in 1902 and was adapted into an original Disney animated movie in 1953 and a live-action film in 2003.
The kid's version of the story centres around Pan, a young, free-spirited and mischievous boy in Neverland who never grows up.
He also spends his time with his sidekick, a fairy named Tinker Bell, and the Lost Boys, and they take on adventures exploring and encountering others, such as pirates and mermaids.