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Finding Neverland is an image macro series featuring three screen captured panels depicting a conversation between the characters Barrie (played by Johnny Depp) and Peter (played by Freddie Highmore) in the 2004 drama film Finding Neverland. The first panel features a teary eyed Peter announcing why he’s upset, followed by a panel of Barrie looking at him sympathetically and a final panel in which the two embrace.
The images are taken from the final scene in Finding Neverland in which Barrie promises Peter to always be there for him and assures him that his dead mother has gone to Neverland (shown below). The original image macros are rumored to have originated on 4chan sometime in 2008, but no archived threads have been found.
On June 11th, 2013, the Internet humor site Mandatory published a compilation of notable image macros from the series. On July 2nd, Redditor rudedog10 submitted a Finding Neverland image macro mocking overweight women wearing stretch pants to the /r/funny subreddit, which gained over 7,800 up votes and 390 comments prior to being archived (shown below, left). On August 2nd, Redditor Bkrmalick submitted an example in which Peter is comforted after he reveals he posted an “opinion on the Internet” to /r/funny (shown below, right). Before it was archived, the post accumulated upwards of 7,500 up votes and 175 comments.
On August 22nd, Redditor Jinjonator91 submitted an example joking about the public reaction to actor Ben Affleck being cast as the superhero Batman to /r/funny (shown below, left). Before it was archived, the post received more than 12,200 up votes and 600 comments. On October 22nd, the social media blog Indonesia Goes Digital highlighted several examples of the meme that had circulated in the Indonesian web. On October 25th, a page for the image macro series was launched on Quickmeme. On January 8th, 2014, FunnyJunk user felex submitted a Finding Neverland image macro with the caption “Grown men keep hugging me,” gathering upwards of 23,000 views and 400 up votes in the following three months (shown below, right).
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