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R-Rated Christopher Robin Series in Development

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R-Rated Christopher Robin Series in Development

R-Rated Christopher Robin Series in Development

R-Rated Christopher Robin Series in Development

In the wake of Disney losing its long-held reign on the world of Winnie the Pooh. The now public domain of the classic tale is getting an R-rated Christopher Robin series which will see Christopher Robin living through his quarter-life crisis in New York while getting high to hang out with Winnie the Pooh and friends. The storybook becoming a public domain has already brought us the slasher film Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey so this shouldn’t be much of a surprise as the film generated tons of buzz and continues to be the talk of social media.

  • R-Rated Christopher Robin Series
  • R-Rated Christopher Robin Series
  • R-Rated Christopher Robin Series
  • R-Rated Christopher Robin Series

Variety reports that the titular character will be a Gen-Z’er who escapes the realities of life with drug-induced escapes. Variety also shared the following summary of the series:

“Christopher Robin is a disillusioned New Yorker navigating his quarter-life crisis with the help of the weird talking animals who live beyond a drug-induced portal outside his derelict apartment complex, the Hundred Acres.”

Much like the very not R-rated Christopher Robin film starring Ewan McGregor, the film will be a live-action/animated hybrid TV series. The series will come from Boat Rocker Media and Bay Mills Studios along with Conrad Vernon who co-directed Shrek 2 helming the pilot episode and serving as executive producer on the series. The series was written by Charlie Kesserling who will also be attached to the series in a larger capacity.

Shamier Anderson and Stephan James from Bay Mills Studios shared a joint statement, saying:

“This project takes everything you think you know about Christopher Robin and Winnie-the-Pooh and creates something completely fresh and undeniably funny. We’re excited to partner with Boat Rocker, [Charlie Kesserling], and [Conrad Vernon] on this journey to a truly creative space where anything is possible for these characters.”

Although Blood and Honey was a viral sensation that took the first swing at the newly open property, this looks to be a bigger project compared to the $100K budget Blood and Honey had at its disposal. Nonetheless, it is wonderful to see the world of Winnie the Pooh being explored in these methods and the possibility of another series in the vein of Wilfred is beyond intriguing.

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Stay tuned as more information on the Christopher Robin series becomes available.

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