A few weeks ago we brought you the news that Goodbye Christopher Robin will be coming later this year, the story of how Winnie the Pooh was created. That piece came with the first trailer, and yesterday a second trailer followed!
Winnie the Pooh was written by AA Milne, and featured Christopher Robin and his toys, Winnie the Pooh and friends. It’s pretty common knowledge that the real Christopher Robin was Milne’s son and this film explores the relationship between father and son, the treasured toys, and how the inspiration for Winnie the Pooh came about.
The movie is on general release on 13th October 2017, so there’s not long to wait now and here is that second trailer:
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