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One of the most enduring characters for the Walt Disney Company is Winnie the Pooh. The silly old bear and his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood have been a major part of the Disney ethos for more than 50 years, first appearing in a short in the mid-1960s before getting feature films in 1977 and 2011, various TV shows and theme-park attractions. It isn’t terribly surprising to see Pooh and friends appear in a new movie that employs one of the more vexing trends of recent Disney efforts: getting the live-action treatment. But it is quite jarring to see these characters, for the first time, in computer-animated form in Christopher Robin.
From The Hollywood Reporter: