Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey proves that nothing is sacred once it becomes the public domain. A.A. Milne has died for 66 years and has no living descendants. So that means no Estate owns this franchise anymore. No legal action will be taken against you by anyone as long as your Pooh Bear does not resemble the one created by Disney. Other characters now considered to be in the public domain include the early Disney princesses, Zorro, and Popeye the Sailor Man. They will become accessible to everyone in the year 2025. Spiderman will be Public Domain in 95 years, and I think if Marvel is still a thing in a century, they may renew its copyright.
Rhys Waterfield, who got a history of making mockbusters and b-movies, took advantage of the opportunity of Pooh Bear to become Public Domain. There is a reason why we got 6 Pinocchio-related media this year, and it’s because that wooden puppet is public domain. From the movie where Pinocchio is Yassified to a video game that is dark and violent. They are safe as long as their Pooh bear design looks nothing like the Disney version. Everyone makes an animated movie about Cinderella but not the Disney version of her. So that is the same case with Pooh.
Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey
What exactly happens in this movie that will end up winning the Razzie? Pooh Bear, Piglet, and Eeyore are Christopher Robin’s childhood friends. Christopher Robin wants to marry his fiancee. Before The wedding, he wanted to introduce her to Pooh Bear, Piglet, and Eeyore. The Hundred Acre hood is now a mass graveyard of human remains. His childhood friends are now fully pledged, serial killers. Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet are not the cute anthropomorphic animals you remember in childhood. They changed because the abandonment of Christopher Robin made them develop a hatred for humans. They still love eating honey but wanted their favorite treat mixed with Human Blood.