Winnie The Pooh Horror Sequel Starts Production This Fall

by Thomas Tuna

They’re actually going through with this.

Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey--a bizarre retelling of A.A. Milne’s beloved children’s classic–hit theaters earlier this year, and the surprising box office reaction was enough to convince the producers to start work on a sequel.

This week, The Hollywood Reporter revealed that shooting on that sequel is slated to start in the fall. No release window has yet been announced.

The next film–with the working title of Winnie the Pooh 2–reportedly will enjoy a bigger budget than the original and, while plot details have not yet been revealed, the filmmakers have promised “more blood, more honey”. How lucky can we get.

Writer/director Rhys Frake-Waterfield will return for the Jagged Edge Production sequel, but there’s been no word yet on whether Craig David Dowsett (Pooh), Chris Cordell (Piglet) or Nikolai Leo (Christopher Robin) will reprise their roles.

In the original horror film, Pooh and Piglet “go on a rampage” after being abandoned by a college-bound Christopher Robin. The once-lovable characters “become feral and go back to their animal roots,” said Frake-Waterfield. “They’re now a vicious bear and pig looking for prey”

Keep reading Horror News Network for the latest on Winnie the Pooh 2.


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