With the controversy of a beloved children’s book character Winnie the Pooh now being out of copyright and has been made the lead in a horror film, ‘Winnie the Pooh ; Blood and Honey’. The film picks up after Christopher Robin abandons the 100 Acre Woods for college, he returns to find Pooh and Piglet embarking on a bloody rampage as they search for a new source of food.
We spoke to actress Amber Doig-Thorne about the making of the film and the controversy behind the taking of the iconic children’s favourite. We spoke about working with the gory special effects and the reaction fro Disney themselves as well as a whole lot more.
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Here’s what Amber told us……