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Tag Archives: Winnie the Pooh
I was pleasantly surprised at how good a job Disney did bringing back the classic Winnie the Pooh characters in the 2011 Summer theatrical release of “Winnie The Pooh.” If their goal was to closely duplicate the animated films Walt … Continue reading
If you say Winnie The Pooh in theaters then you’ll know how well this film captured the spirit of the original Winnie The Pooh movies, while still providing the pace and characters that entertain today’s savvier youth. Families and audiences … Continue reading
Ok, that headline is a bit misleading, Cars 2 actually placed 5th and Winnie the Pooh placed 6th. But if you add them up they would come in 4th place in a weekend where Harry Potter sucked up almost all … Continue reading
Winnie the Pooh, Disney’s latest excursion in the Hundred Acre Wood opens in North American theatres tomorrow, after a modest run overseas earlier this year. Based on the characters created by A. A. Milne and E. H. Shepard, Pooh is … Continue reading
Jim Cummings is the type of voice actor who turns up everywhere. Seriously. Check out his IMDB record and tell me you’re not surprised as some of his roles. Collider has an extensive interview with Cummings as he helps promote … Continue reading