Winnie the Pooh first made its debut in the 1900s. Since then, it became one of the most popular children’s stories to ever be around.
Winnie now belongs to the public
This year, Winnie no longer belongs to anyone and is in the hands of the public domain. Talk about a nightmare for Disney!
Not only does Winnie the Pooh now belong to the public, anyone can now do as they please with the character. To be frank, this might ruin the perception of the Winnie you once knew.
So, as a child, you might remember Winnie as a fuzzy warm character who loves to eat honey. This time around, Winnie is a lover of bloodshed. Yes, I’m not kidding.
The new Winnie the Pooh is a murderer
For many years, the copyright for Winnie the Pooh belonged to Disney. Since everyone watches Disney films, they would know that it is generally for little kids, teaching them life lessons and the like.
Today, Winnie is reimagined to be something completely different and by different, I actually mean a murderer.
Thus far, not many details have been released about the film. This is apart from the creepy images of the serial killer and its accomplice, Piglet. According to Bloody Disgusting, there is no plot released yet. Only two characters in a Winnie the Pooh mask and the same with Piglet.