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Scrooge McDuck
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Un altro adattamento in live action di un classico animato firmato Disney.

Questa volta si tratta di Winnie The Pooh: Deadline rivela oggi che la compagnia ha incaricato Alex Ross Perry, sceneggiatore e regista del film Listen Up Philip, di scrivere la sceneggiatura di un film live action tratto dal classico di A.A. Milne già portato al cinema più volte con lungometraggi animati di successo. La storia sarà incentrata su un Christopher Robin già adulto e al suo ritorno alla Foresta dei Cento Acri.

Al momento non sono noti altri dettagli sul film: vi terremo aggiornati!

Fonte: Badtaste
Stanno esagerando.... wacko.gif
Non ho più parole... invece che andarci cauti, basta che due live action portino incassi generosi che subito ne annunciano altri a sproposito e senza il minimo riguardo! a questo punto non so più cosa pensare! capisco che è un'azienda che recentemente regna sovrana e guadagna a livello stellare, ma un pò di buon senso non guasterebbe.. nell'arco di un solo mese ne hanno già annunciati tre!
Aiuto, ma perchè queste follie?
Spuntano al ritmo di uno al giorno eheheh.gif
MA PERCHE'??? con tutti i film che potrebbero adattare..... ma Aladdin e La Sirenetta no eh??
Fantastico!!! Winnie Pooh in Live Action è il colmo! Voglio proprio vedere cosa saranno capaci di fare laugh.gif!
PS: Comunque un Winnie Pooh (Disney) in Live Action già c'era (inutile dire che secondo me è abbastanza ridicolo). Si tratta di una serie inedita in Italia:
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Fantastico!!! Winnie Pooh in Live Action è il colmo! Voglio proprio vedere cosa saranno capaci di fare laugh.gif!
PS: Comunque un Winnie Pooh (Disney) in Live Action già c'era (inutile dire che secondo me è abbastanza ridicolo). Si tratta di una serie inedita in Italia:

In realtà è uscita anche in Italia.
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CITAZIONE (Scrooge McDuck @ 2/4/2015, 18:45) *
La storia sarà incentrata su un Christopher Robin già adulto e al suo ritorno alla Foresta dei Cento Acri

Stile AIW insomma! wacko.gif Anche qui il protagonista dovrà sconfiggere una qualche creatura? tongue.gif
Uff, ma perchè non riproducono qualche film d' avventura! sleep.gif

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In realtà è uscita anche in Italia.

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CITAZIONE (kekkomon @ 3/4/2015, 17:55) *
In realtà è uscita anche in Italia.

Wow, questo non lo sapevo! E in Italia com'era stata intitolata?
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Stile AIW insomma! wacko.gif Anche qui il protagonista dovrà sconfiggere una qualche creatura? tongue.gif

L'efelante mannaro...
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L'efelante mannaro...

laugh.gif Tutto può essere! tongue.gif
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L'efelante mannaro...


‘Winnie the Pooh’ Screenwriter Alex Ross Perry Cites ‘A.I.’ as Inspiration for His Script

When it was announced earlier this year that indie filmmaker Alex Ross Perry would be writing a live action Winnie the Pooh for Disney, there were quite a few surprised reactions. Even Perry himself knows he’s not the ‘traditional’ choice to write a live action rendering of the classic. The writer/director specializes in the confounding intricacies of adult relationships: Queen of the Earth, Listen Up Phillip, The Color Wheel – none of which prepare you for a foray into the world of stuffed teddy bears and honey; but in speaking with the filmmaker this past weekend at the Los Cabos International Film Festival, a children’s film was exactly what he had hoped to do next.

“I had been talking about a children’s property I was interested in, which of course seems surprising to everyone,” Perry stated, “It was just one of the things after Listen Up Phillip that I said to people that I care about. Nothing happened with [the children’s adaptation]; but eight months later, [my agent] randomly called me and said ‘Hey I was on the phone with someone at Disney and they’re trying to get [Winnie the Pooh] going. Do you want to talk with them about it? It’s similar to the thing you were trying to do before.’ I said, ‘Yeah – I will earn that job. I will earn that job the minute they talk to me.”

Image via Walt Disney Pictures
Ross Perry has up-to now written only his own original material; Winnie the Pooh will be his first stab at writing for pre-existing characters. “I’m learning now about writing in a voice of something you didn’t create” he confides, “There’s eight animal friends in the movie and each one has a specifically distinctive voice that everybody remembers exactly the way it is. So it’s different…”

I press if he’s attempting to recapture those same voices or put his own specific spin on it. Perry answered succinctly – “You can’t give people a movie that is different from what they remember otherwise they’ll hate it.” The eight characters will “represent the part of the story they represent”; but Perry is quick to add – “Everything else is new.”

Tonally – Alex Ross Perry seems to be going for a more somber take on the children’s classic. I ask what films he’s looking to – and he reveals it’s not necessarily a children’s film that has inspired him. “There’s a lot inspired by the relationship between David and Teddy in AI” Perry explains, “That’s not really a children’s film at all. Crushingly depressing. But the relationship between human and toy bear in that movie is pretty spot on. And Fantastic Mr. Fox is something I’ve been talking about and thinking about because it has a lot of characters and each one is pretty distinct. It’s a fun movie and it works for a four year old and for a thirty year old. But David and Teddy in AI is the relevant model.”

Image via Walt Disney Pictures
Ross Perry continues – “We’re looking at Toy Story a lot because that’s a thing about toys that are alive just as Pooh Bear and his friends are all stuffed animals. Those films are all emotionally satisfying and classy and clever in a really sophisticated way. Last time when I was out at Disney, we watched forty minutes of Regarding Henry. That’s part of where our heads are at with this type of movie. Holiday was also a film we talked about a lot for some reason. It’s all pretty surprising.”

Besides Winnie the Pooh, Disney has a number of live action adaptations currently in the works. Jon Favreau’s Jungle Book and David Lowery’s Pete’s Dragon are set for release next year and Bill Condon’s Beauty and the Beast will follow in 2017.

The Los Cabos International Film Festival ran from Nov 11th-Nov 14th
Quindi lo stanno facendo veramente... voglio vedere il risultato laugh.gif !
Dalla trama sembra il ritorno di Peter Pan adulto all'isola che non c'è nel film "Hook"... non riesco a immaginare Winnie e gli altri in cg...
Dal sito Hollywood Reporter:

Marc Forster to Direct Live-Action Movie About Winnie the Pooh's Pal, 'Christopher Robin' (Exclusive)

The project is described as having strong elements of magical realism as it seeks to tell an emotional journey with heartwarming adventure.

Marc Forster has come aboard to direct Christopher Robin, Disney’s live-action fantasy project centering on the human character in Winnie the Pooh.

Brigham Taylor, who produced Disney’s recent mega-hit The Jungle Book, is producing Robin, which has a script by Alex Ross Perry.

The story centers on Robin, the adult version of the boy who in the A.A. Milne books shares his adventures with the animals of the Hundred Acre Wood. Robin has grown out of the joyful imagination he had as a young boy and is now a businessman who prioritizes work over his wife and daughter. With his home life on the brink, the last thing his life needs is the return of Pooh, who needs his help in finding his friends again. Robin has to find a way to help both sides or risk losing everything he holds dear.

The project is described as having strong elements of magical realism as it seeks to tell an emotional journey that is combined with a heartwarming adventure.

Overseeing for the studio is Kristin Burr.

Forster has had a varied directing career, helming acclaimed indies, such as Monster’s Ball, to high-profile adaptations, such as The Kite Runner. He’s also tackled big tentpoles with the James Bond movie Quantum of Solace and Brad Pitt’s zombie movie, World War Z.

Forster also stepped into, tangentially, Disney territory when he directed Finding Neverland, his 2004 drama that focused on Peter Pan creator J.M. Barrie.

Forster is repped by WME.

Traduzione: è stato trovato il regista del film, sarà Marc Forster.
Porca pupazza!
Il film è stato reintitolato "Christopher Robin" e sarà diretto dal sensibile regista di Neverland - Un sogno per la vita, Marc Forster.


Live-Action Winnie the Pooh Lands Marc Forster to Direct

First announced early last year, Disney’s live-action Winnie the Pooh movie has finally landed a director as The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Marc Forster (Finding Neverland, Quantum of Solace, World War Z) will helm the picture, which is now titled Christopher Robin.

This reimagined take on A.A. Milne’s famous children’s book series will be produced by Brigham Taylor (The Jungle Book) and written by indie fav Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Philip, Queen of Earth), spinning a new yarn about an adult Christopher Robin returning to the Hundred Acre Woods. Much akin to Steven Spielberg’s Hook, Robin has grown up into an unimaginative businessman with no time for his wife and daughter. When Pooh comes back into his life, he must help him reunite with his old friends while also re-connecting with his family.

The soft-spoken yellow teddy bear’s history at the company dates back to the first theatrical short film Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, which was supervised by Walt Disney himself in 1966. Two more shorts followed and eventually all three were released to theaters as 1977’s The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh. An additional pair of theatrical shorts in the ’80s were later joined by several TV series, eight direct-to-DVD movies, and four more traditionally-animated theatrical features, the last of which was the 2011 Winnie the Pooh which had disappointing box office receipts.

Christopher Robin joins a long list of live-action remakes by Disney of their classic animated films, including the previously-released Cinderella in 2015, this year’s The Jungle Book and Pete’s Dragon, plus next year’s Beauty and the Beast as well as the upcoming The Lion King, Mulan, Dumbo, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, Snow White and more
Vabbe', ciao!

Spotlight’s Tom McCarthy to Re-Write Disney’s Christopher Robin Film

Spotlight writer Tom McCarthy has joined the Disney‘s Christopher Robin film. He’ll be re-writing a script by Alex Ross Perry (Listen Up Philip), according to Empire. The film is the latest addition to the live-action versions of Disney classics like the upcoming Beauty and the Beast starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens. The film, directed by Marc Forster (Finding Neverland, Quantum of Solace) has a grown up version of the Winnie the Pooh character who’s adult life has caused him to lose the joy he had as a young man. Pooh pays the adult Christopher Robin a visit to remind him of the magic of the Hundred Acre Wood.

The character of Christopher Robin, as well as his friends Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Kanga, Roo, Eeyore, Owl and Rabbit were created in A.A. Milne’s books “Winnie the Pooh” in 1926 and “The House at Pooh Corner” in 1928. Christopher Robin was named for Milne’s son. The books were illustrated by E.H. Shepard.

Disney obtained the rights to the characters back in 1961 and has produced television series and films like The Tigger Movie (2000), Piglet’s Big Movie (2003), Pooh’s Heffalump Movie (2005), and Winnie the Pooh (2011). (The hyphens in the name Winnie-the-Pooh were dropped by Disney.) McCarthy won the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay along with his co-writer Josh Singer for Spotlight back in 2016. He also directed the Best Picture-winning film. He recently directed the upcoming Netflix series 13 Reasons Why, which will premiere on March 31.
Dal sito The Knowledge Online:

Disney’s Christopher Robin heads to UK

Yet another major Disney feature is heading to film in Britain, joining Aladdin, Mary Poppins Returns and Dumbo in the studio’s current crop of UK-based shoots.

Christopher Robin is reportedly an original live-action story which re-visits the little boy at the heart of the Winnie the Pooh tales when he is a work-driven businessman who has long lost the joyful imagination he enjoyed as a child.

Marc Forster (pictured, World War Z, Quantum of Solace) directs from a screenplay by Alex Ross Perry with Brigham Taylor among the producers.

The UK team is not quite in place yet but we will be publishing the names of key hires on Production Intelligence once active pre-production is underway, so PI subscribers should follow Christopher Robin to receive email alerts as things progress.

The US studio giant is also working on Cruella, centring on every canine’s nemesis from 101 Dalmatians, Cruella de Vil, but this has been pushed back a little.

: Christopher Robin, il live action di Winnie Pooh, verrà girato anch'esso nel Regno Unito come sta avvenendo attualmente per Mary Poppins Returns e per i prossimi Dumbo ed Aladdin.
Il film non ha ancora una preproduzione attiva.

Ewan McGregor è in lizza per il ruolo di Christopher Robin.

Dal sito THR:

Ewan McGregor to Star in Disney's 'Christopher Robin' (Exclusive)

Disney also is bringing on 'Hidden Figures' screenwriter Allison Schroeder to work on the script.

Ewan McGregor is in talks to star in Disney's Christopher Robin.

Disney's live-action film, which will be helmed by World War Z and Quantum of Solace director Marc Forster, centers on the child from the A. A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh stories — but he’s all grown up.

McGregor will play the adult Christopher Robin, who’s lost his sense of imagination and is a businessman focused on work and success.

The studio also is bringing in Oscar-nominated screenwriter Allison Schroeder (Hidden Figures) to take a new pass of the script. Alex Ross Perry wrote the screenplay, with Tom McCarthy working on a later draft.

Milne’s Christopher Robin was inspired by and named after his own son, Christopher Robin Milne. He wrote about the character in two books, Winnie-the-Pooh (1926) and The House at Pooh Corner (1928), and other poems. Disney adapted the tales into several animated projects, including the 1988 series The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and the 2011 animated film Winnie the Pooh.

The Jungle Book producer Brigham Taylor is producing the project.

McGregor was most recently seen in Danny Boyle’s T2 Trainspotting and Disney’s live-action Beauty and the Beast with Emma Watson. He stars in the third season of FX’s hit Fargo, which premiered April 19, playing twins Emmit and Ray Stussy. He’s also attached to Drake Doremus’ next film Zoe, with Lea Seydoux. He’s repped by UTA, United Agents in the UK and Sloane Offer.

Schroeder wrote the script for Fox’s hit film Hidden Figures, which was nominated for three Oscars, including best adapted screenplay. She is repped by Verve and Good Fear Film + Management.
Late Bloom
Che qualcuno faccia rinsavire McGregor!
winnie & pimpi
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Che qualcuno faccia rinsavire McGregor!

direi che dopo aver interpretato un candelabro, questo non può che essere un miglioramento.
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direi che dopo aver interpretato un candelabro, questo non può che essere un miglioramento.

Dal sito The Knowledge Online

Christopher Robin beds in for UK shoot

Pre-production is underway on Christopher Robin, the latest Disney live-action feature to film in the UK.

The film revisits Christopher as a work-driven businessman who has lost the joyful imagination he enjoyed as a child.

Alex Ross Perry has written the screenplay which will be directed by Marc Forster (pictured) with Brigham Young among the producers.

Disney is a prolific investor in the UK film production landscape – the studio is in production on Mary Poppins Returns, in pre-production on Dumbo and Aladdin, and a few months ago completed The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. Star Wars: Episode IX is also gearing up to begin principal photography in the UK.

Recent figures released by the BFI illustrated the impact of inward investment on UK film production spend with the total for Q1 of this year hitting a record £652m, of which a whopping £620m came from international projects.

For more on Christopher Robin and all Disney’s UK-based film projects, log into Production Intelligence. Non-subscribers can click here for a free online demo.

Dal sito Hollywood Reporter:

Gemma Arterton No Longer In Talks to Join 'Christopher Robin'

The actress, who had been in negotiations for the Disney film, will not be co-starring in the project.

Gemma Arterton is no longer in talks to star in Christopher Robin.

Reps for the actress had been speaking with the studio as of last week, but talks did not progress from there.

Ewan McGregor is starring as the title character, the now-grown child from A.A. Milne’s Winnie the Pooh stories, in the movie being directed by Marc Forster.

McGregor will play the adult Christopher Robin, who has lost his sense of imagination and is a businessman focused on work and success. (And yes, Pooh and the gang will be making appearances in the film.)

The movie is set to begin shooting later this summer in the U.K.

Oscar-nominated screenwriter Allison Schroeder (Hidden Figures) did a recent pass on the script. Alex Ross and Tom McCarthy worked on earlier drafts.

The Jungle Book producer Brigham Taylor is producing.

Arterton currently stars in Their Finest, a World War II drama directed by Lone Scherfig (An Education) and co-starring Sam Claflin and Bill Nighy, and has The Escape with Dominic Cooper in the can.

June 22, 2:10 p.m. Updated headline and story throughout to reflect that Arterton is no longer in talks for the film.

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Da Variety

‘Agent Carter’ Star Hayley Atwell Joins Ewan McGregor in Disney’s ‘Christopher Robin’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Hayley Atwell is set to co-star with Ewan McGregor in Disney’s “Christopher Robin,” sources tell Variety.

“World War Z’s” Marc Forster is directing.

“Christopher Robin” follows Disney’s ongoing model of taking animated classics from its archives and giving them a live-action spin, centering on Robin (McGregor), the little boy from the “Winnie the Pooh” series, who is now all-grown-up and lost all sense of imagination. Pooh and his friends reenter Robin’s life to help him find it once again. Atwell will play Robin’s wife.

Brigham Taylor is producing the project. “Hidden Figures” scribe Allison Schroeder is penning the script.

Disney has found a reliable strategy in making live-action hits based on characters from its animated IP, with “Beauty and the Beast” most recently garnering big box office numbers. The live-action adaptation of the Oscar-winning 1991 movie is currently the highest-grossing film of the year at both the domestic and worldwide box office.

Atwell and Disney have a strong relationship, dating back to Atwell’s first appearance as Agent Carter in Marvel’s “Captain America: The First Avenger.” The character was so popular that ABC, owned by Disney, made an “Agent Carter” spinoff series, which was canceled last year despite critical acclaim.

Atwell also played Cinderella’s mother in Disney’s 2015 remake of “Cinderella,” one of the studio’s first successes in turning its animated classics into live-action blockbusters.

Following the end of “Agent Carter,” Atwell has moved on to another high-profile TV show. She’s set to star in Starz and BBC’s “Howards End” miniseries, which is currently filming.
Dal sito The Knowledge Online:

Filming underway on Disney’s next feature

Disney’s latest feature to set up a UK shoot has begun principal photography at a major studio.

Cameras started to roll around ten days ago on Christopher Robin, starring Ewan McGregor and Hayley Atwell.

Marc Forster is at the helm to direct the film which is said to be centred on the character of Christopher Robin as an adult who, as a work-driven businessman, has lost his sense of imagination – until he is re-visited by his childhood pals from The Hundred Acre Wood.

The feature is produced by Brigham Taylor, whose recent credits include The Jungle Book, directed by Jon Favreau.

Production Intelligence subscribers have been following Christopher Robin on the site since we first listed it in March. We have since updated with details of the key UK crew involved and the studio.

Disney has chosen the UK for several of its live-action reboots over the last few years, a move which looks set to continue as projects such as Guy Ritchie’s Aladdin and Tim Burton’s Dumbo are booked into major studios for months to come.

Disney is one of many inward investors responsible for making up £880m of the overall feature film production spend of £982m in the UK from January-June this year, according to recent figures from the BFI.

Dal sito ComicBook

Disney Casts Piglet For Live-Action 'Christopher

Perhaps the most lovable member of the Hundred Acre Wood is the jittery Piglet, and the fan-favorite role has now been cast for live-action.

In Disney's upcoming Christopher Robin, Piglet will be played by Nutcracker and the Four Realms actor Nick Mohammed (via Tracking Board). Mohammed joins a talented cast that includes Brad Garret (Eeyore), Ewan McGregor (Christopher Robin), Haley Atwell (Christopher Robin's wife Evelyn), Bronte Carmichael (Christopher Robin's daughter Madeline Robin), Mark Gatiss (Robin's boss Giles), Roger Ashton-Griffiths (Ralph Butterworth), and Jim Cummings, who will reprise the role of Winnie The Pooh.

The film will revolve around McGregor's Christopher Robin, who is all grown up now with a family, leaving the Hundred Acre Wood in his past. It won't remain there though, and that will open the door for a reunion between Robin and beloved characters like Winnie The Pooh, Rabbit, Tigger, Eeyore, and Piglet.

What exactly draws Christopher Robin to his old stomping grounds is unknown, but it might have to do with his family tiring of his workload, seemingly brought on by his unwavering boss Giles. It seems like Winnie The Pooh and crew might just be the thing Christopher Robin needs to realize what really matters in life, right?

In addition to Nutcracker, Mohammed also featured in the critically lauded The Martian, as well as Uncle, Bridget Jone's Baby, The Last Dragonslayer, and Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie. He is currently filming the television mini-series Collateral.

The screenplay for Christopher Robin is being written by Allison Schroeder (Hidden Figures) and will be directed by Marc Foster (World War Z/Quantum of Solace).

Christopher Robin joins the rapidly expanding line of Disney live-action films, which aside from one or two misses have all hit the mark both critically and commercially. Disney's last live-action project, Beauty and the Beast, cleaned up at the box office. On a budget of $160 million, Beauty and the Beast brought in over $504 million domestically with a worldwide total of over $1.2 billion.

Disney also has live-action adaptations of properties like The Lion King, Aladdin and Mulan in development, and is working on sequels to hits like Maleficent and the Jungle Book, which is already in development with director Jon Favreau attached.

Dal sito DeadLine:

In addition, the untitled live action Disney fairy tale slot occupied for Aug. 3, 2018 has been designated to Disney’s untitled Christopher Robin Project. For a while, many were wondering what this film would be. This is the Marc Forster-directed film about the working class Robin, played by Ewan McGregor, who encounters Winnie-the-Pooh who sets him back on a joyful life. Hayley Atwell also stars. Unlike this past August which lacked a marquee title to kick off August, the hope here is that Disney actually has one to carry us through the last month of summer.

Traduzione: il film uscirà nei cinema USA il 3 agosto 2018
Un primo sguardo ai coniugi Robin

Mad Hatter
Ma quindi il bel "Vi presento Christopher Robin" che ho visto oggi al cinema non c'azzecca nulla con ciò di qui si parla in questo topic? rofl1.gif
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Dal sito Amazon, nuova trama:

Christopher reunites with Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore, and the rest of his old friends when he returns to the Hundred Acre Wood for the first time since childhood. As he returns to the life he once knew, Christopher sees the world through new eyes and discovers that even as everything around us seems to change, the most important things remain constant.
Da Instagram:

Here is the logo for Disney’s live-action adaptation of Winnie The Pooh titled CHRISTOPHER ROBIN.

Logo del film:

Dal sito Disney Film Facts:

Disney’s CHRISTOPHER ROBIN Finds Their Tigger, Rabbit, And Owl!

With production still ongoing with Disney’s live-action reimagining of Winnie The Pooh, we haven’t heard much on the voice cast until now.

Chris O’Dowd (Bridesmaids) will takeover as the voice of Tigger (which was voiced by Jim Cummings for over 30 years).

Peter Capaldi (Doctor Who) will voice Rabbit.

Toby Jones (Captain America: The First Avenger) will voice Owl.

Marc Forster (Finding Neverland) is directing the movie, which stars Ewan McGregor as the title character, the little boy from the Winnie the Pooh series who’s now all grown up and has lost his sense of imagination. Thankfully, Pooh and his friends re-enter Robin’s life to help him find it once again. Hayley Atwell (Agent Carter) will play McGregor’s wife, while Bronte Carmichael (On Chesil Beach) will play their young daughter. Mark Gatiss, who plays Mycroft Holmes on the hit BBC series Sherlock, will play McGregor’s boss, who keeps him working long hours that take a toll on his family.

The rest of the voice cast includes Jim Cummings who will once again voice Pooh, with Brad Garrett voicing Eeyore, Nick Mohammed (The Martian) voicing Piglet, and Sophie Okonedo voicing Kanga.

Christopher Robin hits theaters on August 3, 2018.

Ecco il cast dei personaggi:

Winnie the Pooh: Jim Cummings

Tigger: Chris O'Dowd

Piglet: Nick Mohammed

Eeyore: Brad Garrett

Rabbit: Peter Capaldi

Owl: Toby Jones

Kanga: Sophie Okonedo

Roo: Wyatt Dean Hall

Segnaliamo che è stato montato il primo trailer. Secondo i rumors (quindi notizia da prendere con le pinze) forse verrà presentato nel giro di qualche settimana.
Dal sito Trailer Track:

IN THE PIPELINE: Teaser Trailer For Live-Action Winnie-The-Pooh Adaptation ‘Christopher Robin’ Imminent

The first trailer for Marc Forster’s Christopher Robin – a live-action take on the iconic Winnie-the-Pooh – is set to arrive as early as next week alongside A Wrinkle In Time, having been rated today by the UK’s BBFC. We’ll be sure to have more info as it comes in.
Da Twitter:

In the film, Christopher Robin, played by Ewan McGregor, has grown up and lost his sense of imagination. Winnie the Pooh re-emerges in Christopher Robin’s life to help him find it again. The film takes place in 1940s London when Christopher returns home from World War II. Christopher works for a luggage company. Though going through a troubling time, Christopher decides to help Pooh find his way back to the Hundred Acre Wood and find the rest of his friends. The majority of the film is set in the Hundred Acre Woods, however the film does take us to London a handful of times. Hayley Atwell and Ewan McGregor are motion captured during the beginning to make them look younger.

The Hundred Acre Wood appears to have been shot in Ashford Forest in Sussex, England, the real-world location where the Winnie the Pooh books are set. As for the Hundred Acre Wood characters, they are all normal-sized stuffed animals, who talk and move around. Pooh and the gang retain their iconic looks we’ve come to know and love, with a hint of the classic designs from author A.A. Milne’s books. Pooh has his red shirt, Roo has blue shirt, and Piglet has his classic green sweater with a red scarf. The only exceptions are Owl and Rabbit, who are actual living, breathing animals, as opposed to toys.
Il tenerissimo TEASER POSTER. Trailer in arrivo domani.

Io già piango, vi avviso.
Teaser trailer:

Da Twitter:

For those who don’t know, Disney Legend Richard M. Sherman has written 3 original songs for the upcoming film CHRISTOPHER ROBIN.

Traduzione: Richard Sherman ha scritto 3 canzoni originali per il film

La notizia riporta quanto rivelato durante una presentazione dalla produttrice del film, Kristin Burr, come riporta il sito The Positive Mom

During Kristin Burr’s presentation, we also learned that legendary songwriter Richard M. Sherman, who will will turn 90 this year, will write original songs for Christopher Robin. There will be 3 new songs and Kristin Burr says she loved Ewan McGregor’s performance in Moulin Rouge, so when asked, she said she would love to have him sing in the film, though there’s nothing confirmed.
Primo sguardo a Pimpi, Ih-Oh e Tigro

Dal sito BleedingCool:

04/24/2018 19:53
Onto a behind-the-scenes look at CHRISTOPHER ROBIN

04/24/2018 19:55
KAITLYN: "We got to see all of the animals characters and they all look pretty god. good. We got to see Tigger bounce"

04/24/2018 19:55
KAITLYN: "Pooh looks the weirdest for some reason. It's the face"

04/24/2018 19:59
Cathleen Taff: "Christopher Robin is full of heart and humor."

Dal sito Hollywood Reporter:

The studio also showed some behind-the-screen footage of director Marc Forster's live-action/CG Christopher Robin, which opens Aug. 3 and features a grown-up Christopher Robin, played by Ewan McGregor, who has forgotten his childlike joy in the adult world when he is visited by Pooh bear and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood. The characters are seen in the forest, as well as in London (the film was shot on location and on stages in the U.K.).

Nuova immagine:

Mad Hatter
Il bel trailer italiano:

Nel nostro Paese sarà quindi: Ritorno al bosco dei 100 acri.
Adattamento italiano che invero poteva anche evitarsi ma che, onestamente, a me personalmente piace parecchio anche si "omologa" un po' troppo col film animato del 2011.
P.S.: Scopro che l'adattamento italiano va in omonimia con un libro sulle vicende dell'orsetto scritto da David Benedictus!
Finalmente il trailer in italiano!
Grazie MadHatter!

Il titolo italiano ci piace. E' più legato alla tradizione ed è più classicheggiante. Promosso!
veu aggiungereste il titolo italiano in tagline al topic per favore? Grazie smile.gif.
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