To celebrate the 90th anniversary of the creation of Winnie the Pooh, publisher Egmont is releasing an official sequel comprising four new stories by various authors. One of them has thrown a penguin into the mix. This raises some questions.
Winnie the Pooh and friends are adorable as animated creatures but unfortunately animated is good enough for Disney anymore. The House of Mouse has signed Alex Ross Perry (an indie film writer and director) to create a live-action version of Pooh’s many adventures. Let’s call it now: It’s going to be horrifying.
Winnie the Pooh may seem like a lovable fictional bear, but a Polish town has sen through his headful of bees and innocent love for honey and labeled him as what he really is: A hermaphrodite that sends the wrong message because he doesn't wear pants.
A six-month-old bear cub had to be rescued after he got his head stuck in a jar.
An adorably gluttonous bear youth was rescued in central Pennsylvania by four residents armed only with a rope, flashlights, and visions of Winnie the Pooh pawing frantically at the honeypot stuck on his head.
Not to alarm you, gentle readers, on this so-far placid Sunday morning, but Disney's marauding editors have hacked the Hundred Acre Wood to cheap, American pulp. According to the Telegraph, conscientious British readers are horrified at error-strewn, Yankified modern updates of the children's classic in which Pooh…
With the latest Winnie The Pooh movie out in theaters now, it's no surprise that the latest in Dan Meth's series of pop culture charts is about Christopher Robin and his Hundred Acre Wood friends. While we agree that Eeyore should probably do something about his gloom-and-doom attitude, can we also request a…
"He'll get it wrong," says Eeyore, "see if he doesn't." But will most "Pooh" superfans, for whom the bear without brains is meant to convey a cute sense of childlike innocence (I think) give a damn?