The film Christopher Robin, which stars Ewan MacGregor as a grown-up Christopher Robin who rekindles his sense of wonder and his friendship with his stuff bear Winnie-the-Pooh, premieres on August 3, 2018. Christopher Robin, directed by Marc Forster, opens with a young Christopher Robin playing with his friends – Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Owl, and Rabbit for one last time at his farewell party in the Hundred Acre Wood. The boy is about to be sent off to boarding school and he promises to never forget them. On 18 January 1882, A. A. Milne, the creator of Winnie the Pooh, was born. Winnie the Pooh Day was created to celebrate the author and the group of characters. It was an immediate success, selling 35,000 copies in the UK and over 150,000 copies in the US.
Today is Thanksgiving Thursday, although it is not celebrated in India, the excitement is all over the world. And we cannot deny that we do not know what Thanksgiving is, after all, we need to thank TV shows and animated shows from the West that always have a special thanksgiving episode. Thanksgiving is the day which marks the beginning of the holidays in the U.S. It is celebrated on the last Thursday of November in the US. In other parts of the European nation and Canada, it is celebrated on a different date. Thanksgiving weekend is one of the biggest weekends of the year and when it comes to celebrations it is friends, family and a slew of television specials. This week we tell you about 5 best animated thanksgiving specials you ought to watch: Garfield and Friends – Garfield’s
Disney and Egmont celebrate the Royal Birthday and the Honey birthday together with an audio story… Giants- Disney and Egmont Publishing, celebrate the 90th birth anniversary of two British icons – Winnie the Pooh and Queen Elizabeth - together with a new illustration and an audio-story. (more…)
Disney is developing a live-action feature inspired by the animated classic, Pinocchio, according to a report by Deadline. What’s Eating Gilbert Grape writer Peter Hedges is writing a script for the feature loosely based on the original Pinocchio story about a marionette carved from wood who dreams of becoming a real boy. Pinocchio gets his wish but is prone to stretching the truth, and each time he does, his nose grows longer. (more…)