Goodbye Christopher Robin International Trailer #1 (2017) | Movieclips Trailers

 

 

Goodbye Christopher Robin International Trailer #1 (2017): Check out the new trailer starring Margot Robbie, Domhnall Gleeson, and Kelly Macdonald! Be the first to watch, comment, and share trailers and movie teasers/clips dropping soon @MovieclipsTrailers.

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A behind-the-scenes look at the life of author A.A. Milne and the creation of the Winnie the Pooh stories inspired by his son C.R. Milne.

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    1. +Aaron Vitug while watching it actually, it does seem like an interesting movie to watch.

    1. Don’t lose heart just yet hun….I am a film critic, and from what I can glean from this movie, Winnie the Pooh will play a very prominent role in it. This is just a very small peek at what the story is. Apparently from what I understand, the bulk of the story focuses on Christopher Robin as an adult and he journeys back to his memories of his friends in the Hundred Acre Wood to find joy again. I wouldn’t dismiss it quite yet.

  1. Boo, give me a love action Winnie the Pooh movie. I don’t care about how the author came up with the story. I want a talking stuffed bear

    1. LEGIT_ELITE Disney owns half the world. This movie could be fake, written by Disney themselves.

    2. its not apparently they were really snarky about it and wouldn’t let them use any of the poetry in the movie

  2. Aww this looks so cute.

    And all the people complaining about not having a Pooh in the trailer, you obviously haven’t watched the entire thing in a haste to become a top comment.

    1. Jacob Voronkov Yes! And the Whinnie The Pooh movie that Disney is making is like Hook. Go figure…

    2. That’s actually VERY spot-on of you to say such. It was that movie that gave Johnny Depp his second Oscar nod that year too.

    1. There is one. Came out in 2006 in Canada where Winnie (who was a real bear Christopher Robin visited alot at the London Zoo) is from.

  3. Guys before you start commenting that this is just a dumb movie about the story if how Winnie the pooh was created, let me tell you that this rarely told side of it’s creation is actually very tragic and sad.

    You might not know this, but while the creation of Winnie the Pooh was bringing joy to children around the world, it became a hated and tragic thing for the boy in the story himself, Christopher Robin, which is a very emotional and sad tale of it’s own. If you’re curious you can read the backstory of the book on Wikipedia.

    This movie wants to explain of the creation of our favourite pooh bear, but also what sacrifice it had on the father who created it for his son. I hope you guys can consider this before judging this movie.

    1. piplupcola
      U realize Wikipedia is not a credible source? U need to cite a different source. Also, who cares.

    2. Scott Nahler 1. Sure Wikipedia isn’t a credible source but it has references at the bottom of the page and 2. Apparently 76 people and counting care…

    3. There are other sources too but Wiki is the least spoilery of them cos it only briefly explained what happen.

      Also if you don’t care, why are you watching this video?

  4. AND THEY DIDNT CAST DANIEL HOWELL AS CHRISTOPHER?!?!

    I know he is an adult but still

  5. This looks great! I grew up with Winnie the Pooh (I’m not joking or using a dead meme). Domhnall Gleeson is a very underrated actor and Margot Robbie is always fantastic, I’m not sure about her accent though. It seems a little off.

    1. EmLee Gee Really? Oh. Well thanks for the info. I thought that accent sounded familiar, like something from Brave lol

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