Sunday 20 November 2016

Finally, live-action movie, Winnie The Pooh, gets director

It has been reported that Marc Forster has agreed terms to helm Christopher Robin, Disney’s fantasy drama designed to follow the human character of Pooh’s lush world. Given the barnstorming success of The Jungle Book galvanized this new wave of live-action remakes, Brigham Taylor would be the producer while Alex Ross Perry will pen the script.

Christopher Robin follows the titular boy who befriends the iconic, honey-loving bear. Sources says that Disney has cited Seth MacFarlane’s buddy movie Ted as inspiration for its blend of CG and live-action, not the profanity. There will, however, be a heavy dose of magical realism coursing through the veins of Forster’s live-action romp, which follows Robin, the adult version of the boy found in A.A. Milne’s books, as he shares his adventures with the animals of the Hundred Acre Wood.
“Robin has grown out of the joyful imagination he had as a young boy and is now a businessman who prioritizes work over his wife and daughter. With his home life on the brink, the last thing his life needs is the return of Pooh, who needs his help in finding his friends again. Robin has to find a way to help both sides or risk losing everything he holds dear.”

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