Winnie the Pooh is one of the most widely loved animated character. For the first time since 1977 The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh Disney has made a original Pooh movie that mainly features Pooh. There are one instance on the sidelines of when Eeyore looses his tail but the story continues to follows Pooh bear.
But what is exciting everyone about the latest Pooh film is they are returning to line drawings even keeping the original look and colours used from the Winnie the Pooh original drawings and films. Not sure why Disney did a turnaround from their 3D version and modernised Pooh for the 2D older hand drawn look, no matter what they reasons are, it seems to be working. The range of interest for the film has expanded due to this. Maybe adults preferred the classic Pooh because the newer version was to much like a toddler daytime programme, one thing is certain there are big support out there for 2011 Winnie the Pooh.
John Cleese narrates the film while Jim Cummings is the voice of both Winnie the Pooh and bouncy Tigger; Tom Kenny as the industrious Rabbit and Craig Ferguson as wise old Owl. Travis Oates returns as the voice of tiny Piglet and Peter Cullen as the voice to the sombre Eeyore.
This movie is a must see for anyone who grew up with Winnie Pooh and is a fan of the lovable bear who lives in the Hundred Acre Wood.
"Winnie the Pooh" Official Trailer