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:
If you are beyond excited, and don’t have the advantage of being able to create A Wrinkle in Time then you’ll have to wait a little while yet, March 9th is the release date for cinemas. Read More
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald isn’t expected for release until 2018, but the first teaser is out today! We can expect a screenplay in book format to follow soon after, as happened with the first film, and while I’m sad at the switch from book to movie, it won’t stop me watching this! Read More
Based in Minnesota, the Button Poetry organisation is dedicated to bringing us performance poetry from a host of talented poets. Some of the poets tug at your heart, while others make you laugh at their clever commentary and witty prose. Even if you are not a fan of poetry, performance poetry is more accessible, inclusive, and exciting than you would imagine.
Content warning: Strong language and intense themes.
Owen was killed in action on 4th November 1918 during the crossing of the Sambre-Oise Canal exactly one week (almost to the hour) before the signing of the Armistice which ended the war. Because of his death, much of his work was published posthumously. Read More
Amazon have developed Kindle In Motion to bring your ebooks to life. Animated elements and pieces of video as well as backgrounds add an extra dimension to the story.
His work has spanned many decades, and you can often age people by what they know him for. In the early 80s when the movie adaptation was released, we all passed around copies of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep, today The Man in the High Castle is big news thanks to Amazon. Read More