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Winnie the Pooh Synopsis

Walt Disney Animation Studios returns to the Hundred Acre Wood with Winnie the Pooh, the first big-screen Pooh adventure from Disney animation in more than 35 years. With the charm, wit and whimsy of the original featurettes, this all-new movie reunites audiences with the philosophical “bear of very little brain” and friends Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Kanga, Roo—and last, but certainly not least, Eeyore, who has lost his tail. “Well a tail is either there or it isn’t there,” said Pooh. “And yours isn’t… there.” Owl sends the whole gang on a wild quest to save Christopher Robin from an imaginary culprit. It turns out to be a very busy day for a bear who simply set out to find some hunny. Inspired by five stories from A.A. Milne’s books in Disney’s classic, hand-drawn art style, Winnie the Pooh hits theaters July 15, 2011.
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The Live Action Winnie The Pooh Movie Has Found Its Director The Live Action Winnie The Pooh Movie Has Found Its Director
Disney is plowing ahead with live action versions of their classic animated properties, including Winnie the Pooh. Now the 100 Acre Wood denizens have a director attached to helm their newest and most unusual adventure.

The Live Action Winnie The Pooh Movie Has Found Its Director

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Fairy Tales. They are among the oldest stories that survive in our culture. They are some of the earliest stories that we hear and the ones that we remember. And they're about to take over the box office.

23 Live-Action Fairy Tale Movies You're Getting, Whether You Like It Or Not

The Live Action Winnie The Pooh Movie Has One Very Unexpected Influence The Live Action Winnie The Pooh Movie Has One Very Unexpected Influence
Writer Alex Ross Perry explains his unlikely source of inspiration while penning the upcoming live-action Winnie the Pooh.

The Live Action Winnie The Pooh Movie Has One Very Unexpected Influence

Winnie The Pooh Is Getting A Live-Action Movie, Get The Details Winnie The Pooh Is Getting A Live-Action Movie, Get The Details
It appears that Winnie The Pooh will commence his insatiable quest for honey for the very first time in a live-action film. However, there will reportedly be a major change to the story this time, as it will depict Christopher Robin as an adult who seeks out Pooh Bear and the rest of his stuffed childhood buddies.

Winnie The Pooh Is Getting A Live-Action Movie, Get The Details

Listen To Darth Vader's Classic Dialogue As Read By Winnie The Pooh  Listen To Darth Vader's Classic Dialogue As Read By Winnie The Pooh
It’s the best version we could find, with the strongest audio of Cummings’ terrific line reading. Listen to the crowd go nuts at the 35-seocnd mark, when Cummings says, “Honey.” It’s the equivalent of hearing Jimmy Page begin to play the opening guitar riff to Stairway to Heaven.

Listen To Darth Vader's Classic Dialogue As Read By Winnie The Pooh

Winnie The Pooh Will Stay Out Of Hibernation For October DVD Release Winnie The Pooh Will Stay Out Of Hibernation For October DVD Release
If you missed out on Winnie the Pooh, Disney is still preparing a pretty Pooh-tacular home release. The movie will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray, and movie download on October 25th. Bonus features won’t be as extensive as an average Disney release, but they still look finely tuned.

Winnie The Pooh Will Stay Out Of Hibernation For October DVD Release

Summer 2011 Winners And Losers Summer 2011 Winners And Losers
The biggest blockbuster movie going season of the year often has implications beyond the numbers, so here we are to break down who came out of the summer smelling like a rose, and who came out Ryan Reynolds. These are the biggest winners and losers of Summer 2011, as we see them.

Summer 2011 Winners And Losers

Weekend Box Office: Deathly Hallows Casts A Box Office Spell Weekend Box Office: Deathly Hallows Casts A Box Office Spell
Thanks to the addition of 3D showings and a horde of rabid fans ravenous to gobble up the last cinematic bits of their wizarding hero, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2 shattered major records this weekend sending the Hogwarts crew out as box office legends.

Weekend Box Office: Deathly Hallows Casts A Box Office Spell

Exclusive Interview: Winnie The Pooh Directors Stephen J. Anderson And Don Hall Exclusive Interview: Winnie The Pooh Directors Stephen J. Anderson And Don Hall
A couple weeks back I had the incredible chance to sit down with the directors at Walt Disney Pictures Animation to discuss the incredible new film. In the chat below, we discuss finding both the voice actors and animators for each character, working with John Lasseter and visiting the real Hundred Acre Wood. Check it out!

Exclusive Interview: Winnie The Pooh Directors Stephen J. Anderson And Don Hall

Interview: Winnie The Pooh's Tom Kenny Interview: Winnie The Pooh's Tom Kenny
Visiting the Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, CA, myself and a group of other reporters had the chance to sit down with Tom Kenny to talk about tackling a character like Rabbit, a character well-known for his short fuse. Check out the interview below in which Kenny talks about getting animated during the recording sessions, which character he most relates to in the Hundred Acre Wood and the number of times he gets asked if he uses voices while in bed with his wife.

Interview: Winnie The Pooh's Tom Kenny

This Rotten Week: Predicting Winnie the Pooh And Deathly Hallows Part 2 Reviews This Rotten Week: Predicting Winnie the Pooh And Deathly Hallows Part 2 Reviews
This is a week all about friends on a mission. One group is trying to find a new tail for a melancholy donkey. The other group needs to stop the most evil wizard in history from taking over the world. Which one do you think I'm more excited about?

This Rotten Week: Predicting Winnie the Pooh And Deathly Hallows Part 2 Reviews

Zooey Deschanel Talks Winnie The Pooh Performance Zooey Deschanel Talks Winnie The Pooh Performance
The actress, singer and hottie has recorded some songs to be featured in Disney’s upcoming version of the Milne classic, and in conjunction with that, the studio has released an excerpt of one of the songs and a brief interview to hype her appearance. Among her contributions are a version of the classic theme song “Winnie The Pooh” and an original duet with M Ward to be featured over the closing credits called “So Long”.

Zooey Deschanel Talks Winnie The Pooh Performance

First Look At Disney's 2D Short Film The Ballad Of Nessie First Look At Disney's 2D Short Film The Ballad Of Nessie
They stutter-stepped into resurrecting that tradition not long ago, with a pretty genius “Goofy” short on rewiring your home theater system, which played in front of National Treasure: Book of Secrets. Now they’ve got another short film, this one a little less goofy, called The Ballad of Nessie

First Look At Disney's 2D Short Film The Ballad Of Nessie

Winnie The Pooh Sails A River Of Honey In New Teaser Poster Winnie The Pooh Sails A River Of Honey In New Teaser Poster
It shows the gang rafting atop a river of honey. Winnie is looking fierce and leading the charge. Tigger is enthusiastically steering, and Eeyore is, well, he’s pictured about as you’d expect Eeyore to be, that mopey pessimist

Winnie The Pooh Sails A River Of Honey In New Teaser Poster

Winnie The Pooh Advertises His Return To Theaters With A New Trailer Winnie The Pooh Advertises His Return To Theaters With A New Trailer
Disney is bringing Winnie the Pooh back to theaters next summer in an all new adventure which, well, looks a lot like his old adventure. The hand-drawn film’s first trailer has arrived and while it’s pretty effective

Winnie The Pooh Advertises His Return To Theaters With A New Trailer

Disney's Hand-Drawn Animation Plans Don't Exactly Scream Renaissance Disney's Hand-Drawn Animation Plans Don't Exactly Scream Renaissance
The Princess and the Frog has been touted repeatedly as Disney's return to hand-drawn animation, with the not-so-veiled suggestion their their non-Pixar output will be as good as 90s classics

Disney's Hand-Drawn Animation Plans Don't Exactly Scream Renaissance

Winnie The Pooh Heading Back To The Big Screen Winnie The Pooh Heading Back To The Big Screen
Our favorite rumbly tumbly, climbing a hunny tree Pooh Bear will be headed back to theaters in 2011. In spite of the dismal box office returns for Pooh’s last outing, 2005’s Pooh’s Heffalump Movie, Disney has decided to revisit the hundred acre wood once again--and in 2D, no less

Winnie The Pooh Heading Back To The Big Screen

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