Winnie the Pooh, the adorable cartoon bear with an obsession for honey, has been censored in China. It’s all apparently due to a meme that makes fun of President Xi Jinping.
Disney’s Christopher Robin—about a disenchanted adult version of the little boy in A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh—just got a big boost. Thomas McCarthy, who won an Oscar for Spotlight and co-wrote the story for Pixar’s Up, will be giving the script by Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Philip, The Color Wheel) a rewrite.
Disney’s live-action take on Winnie the Pooh just got a pretty significant update. Director Marc Forster has signed into the film which follows the exploits of a grown-up Christopher Robin.
Fox Searchlight’s biopic about Winnie the Pooh creator A.A. Milne has cast its leads: Domnhall Gleeson will play Milne, and Margot Robbie his wife Daphne.
There's been a deluge of live-action adaptations of classic animated films lately. Some have been pretty great, some have been flawed... and some have been best forgotten. But there's still a slew of them on the horizon. Here's our ranking of the upcoming live-action adaptations, according to which is most doomed.
We know. We double-checked that we hadn't all made a mistake and it was April Fool's Day again. But, no, this seems legitimate: Disney's planing on making a live-action Winnie the Pooh.
Council members in the Polish town of Tuszyn have deemed Winnie the Pooh too depraved to feature as the public face of a local playground, on account of the honey-fetishizing cubby's "dubious sexuality," "inappropriate dress," and lack of genitals due to castration by razor.
Everybody loves Winnie the Pooh and his adorable addiction to honey. It's often believed that the children's book character is based on a teddy bear that the author, A.A. Milne, gave to his son Christopher Robin Milne. But this is only partially true.
Billy Moon, the first novel by famed zinester, short story writer and podcaster Douglas Lain, is an exceedingly weird tale about Christopher Milne — the guy whose father A.A. Milne immortalized him as Christopher Robin, the boy companion of Winnie the Pooh.
Jim Cummings, voice of Disney's Winnie the Pooh, was at Connecticon last weekend, where he performed the scene of Darth Vader boarding Princess Leia's ship from the beginning of Star Wars... in the voice of a certain tubby little cubby all stuffed with fluff. The results were, predictably, glorious.
We all know Winnie the Pooh as a beloved children's book character, a Disney icon and, of course, a honey fetishist. But the "willy nilly silly old bear" and his friends have made three recent incursions into nerd-dom that may indicate a more concerted effort by the denizens of Hundred Acre Wood to take over every…
Hulk really is a silly old creature from the Id. And Charles Paul Wilson III casts him as a character with a different sort of self-restraint issues: the honey-obsessed Winnie-the-Pooh. And other superheroes similarly find themselves as unlikely residents of the Hundred Acre Wood.
Ever wonder what Calvin and Hobbes would look like as adults? One particularly inspired vision pits Christopher Robin and his friendly bear against our favorite comic-strip characters, in an eternal battle between good and evil. Take a look at the evil Dr. Christopher Robin and his nefarious Pooh creature, versus the…
Long before ever daydreaming about dashing Jedi knights, I hugged my teddy and imagined he'd lead me on adventures through forests. Artist James Hance has captured both of those innocent stages of adolescence and combined them into wonderfully whimsical illustrations.
In Giant Hamburger's twisted parody of A.A. Milne's children's classic, a parasite facehugger - not a honey pot - gets stuck on Winnie's head. No worries, Hundred Acre Wood gang - Tigger is ready with his power loader!
This is a smart idea from Buffalo: USB memory sticks that your kids can stick in your computer without causing wanton destruction to the files inside — or your reputation when they inadvertently download your skinflicks onto a memory stick and present Belladonna's tattoos to their nonplussed classmates. Gallery and…
It may be too late for Christmas, but these soft-plushie speakers from Run At Corp Japan look right for any time of the year. The speakers come in both Winnie the Pooh and Stitch characters, and can hook up to any standard music player or PC.