Winnie the Pooh: Honey and Blood is a horrifying, slasher flick apparently designed to hang-out your goals.
It is difficult.
The Origin Story of Winnie the Pooh
Author A.A. Milne wrote the ebook Winnie-the-Pooh in 1926. The gathering of quick tales about Pooh Bear and his buddies Christopher Robin and Piglet options lovable illustrations by E. H. Shephard.
Disney licensed the rights in 1961 and has since launched numerous productions that includes Pooh and his merry band of buddies, together with Christopher Robin, Piglet, and their authentic characters, Tigger and Eeyore.
A Twisted Adaptation
However within the very un-Disney-like Winnie the Pooh: Honey and Blood, Pooh and Piglet turn into unhinged, rampaging murderers after Christoper Robin abandons them for school.
“Christopher Robin is pulled away from them, and he is not [given] them meals, it is made Pooh and Piglet’s life fairly troublesome,” defined director Rhys Waterfield in an interview with Selection. “As a result of they’ve needed to fend for themselves a lot, they’ve primarily turn into feral.”
How Did Disney Enable This Film to Occur?
However final January Winnie-the-Pooh—the A.A. Milne ebook, not the Disney films—entered the general public area, that means it isn’t topic to copyright legal guidelines. Disney nonetheless owns unique rights to their interpretations of Pooh and full rights over their I.P. Tigger and Eeyore.
Because of this, the horror model of Pooh Bear would not put on a purple t-shirt, Piglet is wearing black, and Eeyore, the donkey, doesn’t seem, having been eaten by the famished Pooh and Piglet.
“Nobody goes to mistake this [for Disney],” Waterfield mentioned.