Horror Winnie The Pooh wins at the 2024 Razzie

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Horror Winnie The Pooh wins at the 2024 Razzie
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Pooh Bear, not the real one from Disney but the horror-trash version filmed thanks to the expiration of Disney’s copyrights, made a splash at the Razzie Awards, awards given in Hollywood to the worst productions and worst performers of the last 12 months. The low budget film, Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey by Rhys Frake-Waterfield, where the bear emerged from AA’s fantasy
Milne becomes a murderous, club-wielding monster, won in five categories: Worst Picture, Worst Screen Couple (Pooh and Piglet), Worst Remake, Rip-Off or Sequel, Worst Director and Worst Screenwriter for Frake-Waterfield.
Double victory for Megan Fox, both as worst leading actress for the horror crime thriller Johnny and Clyde and as supporting actress for Expendables, a film for which Sylvester Stallone also won as worst supporting actor. The winner for worst leading actor goes to Jon Voight for the action thriller Mercy.
Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey cost less than 250 thousand dollars and was made possible thanks to the release of the popular characters from the Disney franchise when the copyright expires in 2022. The film also grossed 5 million dollars worldwide for the controversy it generated and its author is already working on the sequel.
The Razzies, whose first edition dates back to 1981, are announced on the eve of the Oscars as a satirical alternative to the self-congratulatory demonstration of the Hollywood industry. The prize is a golden statuette in the shape of a raspberry: razzie is the abbreviation of raspberry which in English also means raspberry.

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