nobody movie_ WTF? The slasher horror movie Winnie-the-Pooh is very real

Most of us have fond memories of it Winnie Pooh whether it’s because we fell in love with the characters as a kid, or because we shared those stories with our kids. But if you’ve seen some promos for a slasher horror movie starring Winnie and got confused, it’s real. Winnie-the-Pooh enters a new genre. Here’s what we know.

It’s a bit startling when you first see the photos from the upcoming one Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey Movie. The stills show a demonic Pooh with a piglet as they prepare to attack a young woman who is chilling in her hot tub. The internet was confused – was this real? Is this weird fanfiction? Well, yes, and yes.

In January of this year, the original of the AA Milne Winnie the Pooh stories have entered the public domain which opened the door for someone to take a different turn. And that’s exactly what director Rhys Waterfield decided to do. He wrapped production on his film earlier this month and is delighted with the reaction on social media, which he describes as “absolutely insane”.

“Because of all the press and stuff, we’re just going to start accelerating the edit and getting it through post-production as quickly as possible,” Waterfield said diversity. “But make sure it’s still good. It will be a high priority.”

The upcoming film is described as “Winnie and Piglet” as “the main villains…on the sidelines” after Christopher Robin left them on his way to college. So it has one toy story Feel good but with a grown up twist…get it.

“Because they had to fend for themselves so much, they essentially feralized,” Waterfield explained. “So they went back to their animal roots. They’re not tame anymore: they’re like a vicious bear and pig that want to run around and try to find prey.”

No wonder this film is attracting attention. It’s weird to see Winnie and her friends doing things that are grown up and nasty. But we’ve seen it in other stories! There was a ton of adult themes Alice in Wonderland Customizations, not to mention the horror that is Return to Oz. This also happened very recently with an equally WTF horror version of The banana splits.

Quiet. Let’s be honest. Nobody asked for it.

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