Friday, May 27, 2022

Nothing is sacred anymore...

The Winnie the Pooh tales by A. A. Milne are a children's classic known all over the world, inspiring films such as Christopher Robin - but now Jagged Edge Productions are putting a dark twist on the loveable characters.
Blood and Honey is described by IMDB as a horror film following Pooh and Piglet as they go on a rampage after Christopher Robin abandons them.
In the new movie Winnie the Pooh becomes a serial killer in a warped tale featuring character favorites alongside humans.
 
Actors in the movie, which is still shooting, have been stunned by the attention it has already received.  The film is only now possible because the rights to the Winnie the Pooh stories came into the public domain earlier this year. This means anyone wishing to use characters or concepts from everyone's favourite yellow bear now does not have to request permission or pay copyright charges.
Shortly after Mr Milne's death in 1956 his widow sold the rights to Winnie the Pooh to Stephen Slesinger, who later sold them to Walt Disney Company. The rights had been split between Milne's widow and three other organisations, who all sold their rights to Disney in 2001. 
Although the rights to the original Winnie the Pooh characters have now expired, Disney still has copyright over its own version of the bear, as well as all films and images associated with them. 
 
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