Disney: after Winnie the Pooh, this other cult character will have the right to his horror film

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You have probably seen the information pass:Winnie the Pooh, character who became cult thanks to; Disney, will soon be at the heart of a horror film. And now it seems that the massacre of our childhood is not about to stop.

Disney: after Winnie the Pooh, this other cult character will have the right to his horror film

Destroying our childhood: a fad launched by Winnie the Pooh? 

From a given period, a &oelig ;work may fall into the public domain, that is to say that it no longer belongs to; its authors or to their heirs. This is what happened in particular. at the beginning of the year at the first version of Winnie the Pooh (the one without his red t-shirt), a character created in October 1926 by British writer Alan Alexander Milne. Today, it is therefore possible to do more or less what you want with the famous teddy bear, like making him a psychopath in a horror movie alongside the famous teddy bear. s of his friend Piglet. 

The result is a slasher, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey, which will be released in February 2023 in the United States. We do not yet know if this one ci will make its way to France, but one thing is certain: with his trailer teasing a particularly gory film, director Rhys Frake-Waterfield has succeeded in bringing it to life. create a little buzz and to raise the hype around the project. So much, moreover, that he would already be working at on a similar project. This time it's Peter Pan who will pay the price. 

A horror film about Peter Pan has already been released. filming

The information has been relayed by many American media: while the release of Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honeyis only slated for three months from now, director Rhys Frake-Waterfield and his team are already working on on future projects. First, a sequel to the dark adventures of Winnie, of which nothing is known at the moment. But it is above all the second project that holds our attention: a very (very) probably horrifying film centered on on the character of Peter Pan, Peter Pan's Neverland Nightmares.

Disney: after Winnie the Pooh, this other cult character will have the right to his horror film

If we know very little about this future feature film, it would seem that the filming is already underway. well advanced, according to the very reliable IMDb site. If this is possible, it is because the young child dressed in green has fallen. into the public domain a long time ago, in 1988, 50 years after the death of its creator, Sir James Matthew Barrie. This is in particular what explains why Peter Pan has already could be interpreted to the screen by Robbie Kay, in the series success Once Apon A Time!