Rhys Ifans on playing Captain Hook: 'Hook is such a wonderful villain, but I thought it was interesting to explore the way that no one is born bad. I was interested in seeing what might have driven Hook to become Hook. At the beginning of Neverland he's an Edwardian gentleman, although he's been forced to live on the periphery of society. I saw his becoming a pirate as a coming of age. In the same way that Peter Pan visits the foothills of manhood, Hook finds himself in a place where, liberated of all the oppression of Edwardian England, he becomes like a Hell's Angel or a hippy.'