Oscar and Tony award winner Harvey Weinstein has left the big screen to one side for the moment to direct an adaptation of Finding Neverland.
The co-founder of Miramax has turned his highly successful film into a stage production which is currently being shown in Leicester.
The movie, starring Johnny Depp and Kate Winslet, explores how Peter Pan writer JM Barrie's relationship with a widower inspired the iconic children's novel.
The show has been choreographed by Rob Ashford, who has also collected a Tony and numerous Olivier nominations for his work.
U2's Bono and The Edge were just a few of the guests at the show's premiere on Saturday, and Bono seemed overwhelmed by the performance.
He said: "Can I just say how nauseating it is to see it go so well. That was amazing."
The play will be shown at the Curve Theatre in Leicester until October 13.