Disgraceful Golden Raspberry Award for “Winnie the Pooh” horror film

The low-budget production “Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey” received the shameful award on Saturday in the categories of worst film, worst director and worst screenplay, among others.

Massive criticism and death threats

Pooh and Piglet were also named the worst screen couple at the traditional “Razzies” awards ceremony – and there was also a Golden Raspberry for the worst remake. For their film, which cost less than $250,000 (just under 290,000 euros), the British filmmakers benefited from the expiry of the copyright on AA Milne’s children’s books, so that neither the author’s heirs nor film rights holder Disney were able to sue against the controversial remake. The film caused massive criticism and even death threats from angry fans last year.

Video: Der Trailer zu “Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey”

Film grossed almost $5 million

Director Rhys Frake-Waterfield is unlikely to be bothered by the disgraceful award: his film grossed almost five million dollars after it was released in cinemas worldwide – thanks to the controversy it sparked. A sequel is scheduled to follow later this month. Frake-Waterfield is also planning horror adaptations of “Bambi” and “Peter Pan,” as he said last year.

Megan Fox named worst actress

Further Golden Raspberries this year went to Oscar winner Jon Voight as worst actor in the thriller “Mercy” and Megan Fox as worst actress in the horror film “Johnny & Clyde”. The disgraceful Golden Raspberry prize is awarded every year on the day before the Oscars as a parody of the world’s most coveted film trophy. However, the award winners almost never appear in person to collect their humiliating trophies.


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