How can Winnie the Pooh be made a killer in 'Blood and Honey'? The public domain, explained

Right when you thought 2022 couldn't get more odd, the slasher film "Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey" dropped its most memorable blood-filled trailer Wednesday. Drop the mic, or the ridiculous demo hammer.

The thriller includes an unhinged rendition of the honey-and embrace cherishing Pooh Bear, alongside dearest companion Piglet, the especially alive toys portrayed in creator A.A. Milne's cherished youngsters' books.

Just in "Blood and Honey," Pooh is quiet, using blades and chloroform, while furiously looking for vengeance against his onetime human BFF Christopher Robin (and some irregular lady in a hot tub, this being a messy slasher film, all things considered).

How could it be even conceivable that this is occurring to the senseless old bear who broadly said "An embrace is generally the right size"? Furthermore, will Disney, which obtained the privileges to the Pooh characters back in 1961, be determined to get revenge?

Chief Rhys Waterfield, who likewise composed and co-created the film, told Variety in May that "Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey" is a thriller featuring Pooh and Piglet as "the fundamental reprobates going out of control" in the wake of being

deserted by a school destined Christopher Robin. While Robin was away at school, the two once-adorable buddies turned "wild" as they continued looking for food and endurance. "It's made Pooh and Piglet's life very troublesome," Waterfield said.

The film was shot in 10 days in England, not a long way from Ashdown Forest, the motivation for Milne's fanciful Hundred Acre Wood in the "Winnie the Pooh" stories.

A "Blood and Honey" banner gave last month conveyed the admonition, "This ain't no sleep time story." A delivery date for the film hasn't been reported.

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