A star of Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey claims that the director and producer have received death threats because of the movie.
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey It has sparked a lot of chatter online since it was announced last year. After the public domain AA Milne characters became available, the season was open for what to do with Pooh, Piglet, and company. And so, writer/director Rhys Frake-Waterfield put the characters in a horror movie — even though that actually happened. Annoyed some fans. Oh worry…
“I thought he was going to get some attention, but not the way he got it. It was in every newspaper and magazine, all over the world… I thought it was a little crazy, I didn’t expect anything like that at all. It’s a little crazy, Winnie -The-Pooh is running around killing people.” Believe it or not, no, not everyone wants to see blood and honeyin which Winnie and Piglet attempt to slay Christopher Robin and his cronies after he returns to the Hundred Acre Wood. “The director and producer have had so many direct emails saying they have to die, the worst thing you can imagine. They say ‘It’s hated!’” People said to me, “You are destroying our childhood dreams.” But nobody should watch it.”
Ronald Shukr blood and honey haters, saying, “The haters definitely made him what he is because they all talk about him.” Indeed, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey It was one of the most anticipated horror films of the year so far, if only out of curiosity. Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey will soon be released in theaters for haters and slasher lovers he February 15th.
Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey It appeared when the copyright expired on January 1, 2022, which means anyone can do it Any thing Among the properties: animations, musicals, and yes, even supercharged movies. Turning beloved Disney animated classics (or at least the properties based on them) into R-rated horror could become a trend, as Frake-Waterfield has already announced. Peter Pan: Neverland Nightmare And Bambi: the reckoning–described asBambi It’s rabies.”– on the board.
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