Winnie the Pooh is not everybody’s favourite bear! No less than, not within the new slasher movie Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey, which follows Winnie and his BFF Piglet as terrifying murderers after their proprietor Christopher Robin abandons them. The primary trailer was launched on Wednesday, August 31 and gives a glimpse into this terrifying new model of Winnie the Pooh.

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Winnie the Pooh in ‘Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey’ (Picture: Jagged Edge Productions)

Craig David Dowsett performs Winnie the Pooh and Chris Cordell performs Piglet. Within the trailer, Christopher Robin, performed by Nikolai Leon, leaves for faculty and abandons Winnie and Piglet. In response, the dynamic duo flip feral and begin murdering anybody who they arrive throughout. A gaggle of college women keep at a rural cabin and develop into prime targets for Winnie and Piglet. Finally, Winnie comes face-to-face with Christopher who has returned to the forest the place he deserted them along with his new spouse. However Christopher doesn’t get a pleasant welcome. “We was once mates why are you doing this? I’d have by no means left, I swear,” Christopher says as Winnie and Piglet hunt him down.

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey filmed for simply ten days close to England’s Ashdown Forest, the inspiration for Winnie’s house in A.A. Milne‘s iconic tales. Director Rhys Waterfield mentioned the slasher movie in an interview with Variety in Might. “As a result of they’ve needed to fend for themselves a lot, they’ve basically develop into feral,” he stated about his tackle Winnie and Piglet. “So that they’ve gone again to their animal roots. They’re not tame: they’re like a vicious bear and pig who wish to go round and attempt to discover prey.”

The director additionally defined how he balanced horror and comedy in creating this movie. “Whenever you attempt to do a movie like this, and it’s a extremely wacky idea, it’s very simple to go down a route the place nothing is frightening and it’s simply actually ridiculous and actually, like, silly. And we needed to go between the 2.” Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey doesn’t have a launch date but.

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