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Hook Map Prop Used in Hook Movie Teaser Trailer Limited Edition Art by John Alvin

Artwork Dimensions
40 x 60
Edition Size
6

$3,200.00

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We have the only 3 Hook movie map prop art images used for the teaser trailer by John Alvin left for sale. They were used to create the trailer below. This is an opportunity to buy art that was used for the entire trailer of a film. How often has that even happened? Directly from the estate of John Alvin, this Hook map come with a certificate of authenticity from Andrea Alvin.

You can read the blog we wrote about Hook HERE.

Hook is a 1991 American fantasy adventure film directed by Steven Spielberg and written by James V. Hart and Malia Scotch Marmo. It stars Robin Williams as Peter Banning / Peter PanDustin Hoffman as Captain HookJulia Roberts as Tinker BellBob Hoskins as Mr. Smee and Maggie Smith as Granny Wendy. It acts as a sequel to J. M. Barrie's 1911 novel Peter and Wendy focusing on an adult Peter Pan who has forgotten all about his childhood. In his new life, he is known as Peter Banning, a successful but unimaginative and workaholic lawyer with a wife (Wendy's granddaughter) and two children. However, when Captain Hook, the enemy of his past, kidnaps his children, he returns to Neverland to save them. Along the journey, he reclaims the memories of his past and becomes a better person.

Spielberg began developing the film in the early 1980s with Walt Disney Pictures and Paramount Pictures, which would have followed the storyline seen in the 1924 silent film and 1953 animated Disney film. It entered pre-production in 1985, but Spielberg abandoned the project. James V. Hart developed the script with director Nick Castle and TriStar Pictures before Spielberg decided to direct in 1989. It was shot almost entirely on sound stages at Sony Pictures Studios in Culver City, California.

Released on December 11, 1991, Hook received mixed reviews from critics, and while it was a commercial success, its box office take was lower than expected. Spielberg himself later admitted that he was disappointed with the final film. It has gained a strong cult following since its release. It was nominated in five categories at the 64th Academy Awards. It also spawned merchandise, including video gamesaction figures, and comic book adaptations.