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Once upon a time in Hundred Acre Woods lived a silly old bear called Pooh with a bunch of mates, each memorable than the other. The wise Owl, ever blue Eeyore, bouncing Tigger- ah there comes the laughter! loving Piglet and the practical Rabbit. Seems like a lifetime doesn’t it to have seen them on screen? Well wait no more, good news is in order for all the 90’s kids who’ve grown in their wisdom, laughed in their happiness and cried in their sadness. 

The character came into origin in 1924 in the 38th poem “Teddy Bear” of the book “When We Were Young” by A.A. Milne. Winnie was named after the bear bought by lieutenant called Harry Colebourn during World War I for $20 from a hunter who killed its mother. He named the bear “Winnipeg” or “Winnie” for short, after his hometown. However, the name Pooh came from a swan that Christopher Robin fed in the book “When We Were Young” In the first chapter of the book “Winnie the Pooh”, Milne wrote “But his arms were so stiff ... they stayed up straight in the air for more than a week, and whenever a fly came and settled on his nose he had to blow it off. And I think—but I am not sure—that that is why he is always called Pooh."  No matter what the origin, we got Winnie the Pooh and Oh dear Pooh you made our childhood sweeter than HUNNY!!

A single hello would’ve done thank you very muchBUT A WHOLE NEW MOVIE? Someone’s listening up in the heavens. During Ellen show, while the official trailer of the movie was released, Ewan McGregor was seen with THE BEAR to promote his next movie “Christopher Robin” which will hit theaters on August 3rd, 2018. 

YES!! The trailer’s out and seems like Christopher Robin’s helping Pooh find the gang while Pooh helps Christopher Robin find the joys of life. 

Oh Hunny, seems like we have stumbled on a very special someone in a very strange somewhere!! See you this fall!!

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