Winnie The Pooh Horror Movie Release Date Status: Is There Gonna Be A New Winnie-the-pooh Movie?
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey is a new horror movie whose title alone has movie fans on the internet excited.
The rights to AA Milne’s Hundred Acre Wood characters, like Pooh, Piglet, and most of the rest of the gang, became public in January 2022. This is why this very un-Disney movie was able to be made.
Only a few images and details about Blood and Honey have been shown to the public. What we know so far about the Winnie the Pooh horror movie is listed below.
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Winnie The Pooh Horror Movie Release Date Information
So far, there is no date for when the movie will come out, but Bloody Disgusting says it will be out later this year.
What Is Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey About?
We only know this from a dozen or so pictures that the film’s production company put on IMDB.
But these pictures show that the movie is set up like a classic horror movie, with a group of young people in a house being attacked by a group of killers. In one picture, a character named Zoe, played by Danielle Ronald, is seen going down a set of stairs to a window. “Get out” is written in blood on that window.
Blood and Honey is a horror movie about a group of killers who break into a house. What makes it different from other home invasion movies is that the killers are based on Winnie the Pooh characters. The pictures show a character that looks like Pooh and another that looks like Piglet but has tusks.
According to IMDB, these are the only two Milne characters in the film. Chris Cordell is Piglet, and Craig David Dowsett is Winnie. Reports about the movie have made it hard to tell if the actors are playing killers in masks or if Winnie is supposed to be what Bloody Disgusting calls “a man-bear hybrid.” But pictures that show the costumes in detail seem to show that the second option is more likely.
The tagline for the movie is “A horror retelling of the well-known Winnie the Poo story.” This misspelling gives you a good idea of how respectful this story will be of well-known children’s stories.
Is Disney Making A Winnie The Pooh Horror Film?
Not. Jagged Edge Productions is a British company that makes straight-to-VOD horror films such as Dinosaur Hotel, The Legend of Jack and Jill, and The Curse of Humpty Dumpty.
As the latter two titles suggest, they have several titles based on public domain characters, which may explain where the film’s idea came from. This year marks the 96th anniversary of the original Winnie the Pooh book (and its EH Shepard illustrations), putting them out of print and into the public domain.
However, the Disney version of the character retains copyright. As cartoonist Lukey McGarry pointed out in a viral Twitter comic strip, “Disney still owns the rights to their version of me [Pooh]… But as long as I don’t wear a little red shirt, I’m free to do whatever I want.”
I did a comic about Winnie the Pooh being in the public domain. If any publishers want me to do a full book about a vaguely threatening Pooh, please get in touch. pic.twitter.com/KZD0cAjbPe
— Lukey McGarry (@lukeymcgarry) January 4, 2022
Are you hoping for a Blood and Honey sequel starring a Tigger-inspired man-tiger abomination? He will not be in the public domain until 2024, as he first appeared in the 1928 sequel book The House at Pooh Corner.
Is There Going To Be A New Winnie-The-Pooh Movie?
Winnie the Pooh 2 is a 2022 American animated musical film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios that is a sequel/second installment to the 2011 film Winnie the Pooh.
Is Winnie-The-Pooh 2011 An Updated Version?
Shepard. The film is the fifth theatrical Winnie the Pooh film and a revival of Disney’s Winnie the Pooh franchise. Stephen J. Anderson and Don Hall (in his feature directorial debut) directed it, Peter Del Vecho and Clark Spencer produced it, and John Cleese narrated it.
Why is Winnie the Pooh known as Pooh?
Winnie-the-Pooh got his name after A. A. Milne saw a black bear named Winnie at the zoo, and the ‘Pooh’ part of the name came from a swan named Pooh he met on vacation.