The story starts at a tipping point: Winnie’s good friend Christopher Robin grows up and has had enough of sweet cuddly bears. His toys end up in the trash, Christopher goes out into the wide world. But that doesn’t go down well with Winnie the Pooh and Piglet. It infuriates them that their faithful companion just leaves them behind. “Time for revenge”, they think. When Christopher returns home, the duo is waiting for him. There is no welcome party waiting for him, but rather a terrible bloodbath. All in all, the two remain close to themselves at the core. them from a jar of honey after beheading someone, re-imagining the much-loved childhood characters of many, resembling adult humans in masks.
In May, Rhys Waterfield announced the happy news of the film. He would throw the cuddly image of Winnie the Pooh overboard and turn the yellow teddy bear into a nightmare. According to the British newspaper ‘The Guardian’ there was serious speed behind production. It seemed as if the makers wanted to be the first to come out with a parody about Winnie the Pooh. In January, the rights of the honey lover became public land. It is not yet clear when the film will be released on the world.