Watch: Official Trailer for Disney's New 'Winnie the Pooh' Movie

November 11, 2010
Source: YouTube, The Film Stage

Winnie the Pooh

Sometimes we all feel a little hungry… Disney has released the first official trailer, first found by The Film Stage, for their new hand-drawn Winnie the Pooh movie out next summer, featuring the voice talents of Jim Cummings, Craig Ferguson, Tom Kenny, Peter Cullen, Wayne Knight and Gilbert Gottfried. Oh my, this looks wonderful. Sticking a Keane song in this helps, too, as they're one of my favorite bands and it adds a magical touch to this that I wasn't expecting at first. This doesn't really explain any of the storyline, but it is a delightfully whimsical and fully entertaining trailer that will leave you with a smile for the rest of the day.

Watch the very first official trailer for Disney's new Winnie the Pooh:

Walt Disney Animation Studios returns to the Hundred Acre Wood in Winnie the Pooh, the first big-screen Pooh adventure from Disney animation in more than 35 years. In this new movie, Owl sends the whole gang on a wild quest to save Christopher Robin from an imaginary culprit. As always, it turns out to be a busy day for a bear who simply set out to find some hunny. Inspired by five of the stories from A.A. Milne's books in classic Disney hand-drawn art style, Winnie the Pooh will arrive in theaters everywhere on July 15th, 2011 next summer. Directing is Stephen J. Anderson (Meet the Robinsons) and former story supervisor Don Hall.

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Never seen any Winnie the Pooh movies but this looks great. It really did put a smile on my face 🙂

Enzo on Nov 11, 2010


That was really bittersweet. All those sweet childhood memories accompanied by a rather melancholy song, I love it.

SuicidalOptimist on Nov 11, 2010


Wait, anyone know what this is?

Enzo on Nov 11, 2010



Enzo on Nov 11, 2010


So I'm gonna say it: This movie will probably make me tear up. I have extremely fond memories of Pooh and the Gang since I watched and read the shows and books as a child. "You sneezed." Lol. This trailer gave me warm feelings.

Cracky on Nov 11, 2010


Wow. That is a film that I will take my kids to see. (Really, I'll just be using my kids as an excuse. I love this series). It's a refresher from all of the 3D films out there. Yeah variety!

Alex O on Nov 11, 2010


Enzo, it's "Somewhere only we know" by Keane.

SuicidalOptimist on Nov 11, 2010


Gotta say, that was a pretty good trailer.

SkaOreo on Nov 11, 2010


Man, that trailer is like a hot cup of cider on a cold day... I think that may have to be my daughter's first big-screen movie experience.

Pendy Sixteen on Nov 11, 2010


I love it too . Makes me feel like a kid all over again.

Chris on Nov 11, 2010


Trailer made me tear up. Love that bear.

Rops on Nov 11, 2010


That made me feel of warm and gooey on the inside. Good combination of Keane and Winnie. <3

f on Nov 11, 2010


looks awesome, but they should have used symphonic music over new indie music

antioch on Nov 11, 2010


omg, I LOVE Poohbear!! I really don't care for the "My Friends Tigger and Pooh" cartoons but I love the old-fashioned hand-drawn ones. I will drag my husband to see this (yes, I will owe him but he can take it out in trade :P)

tati on Nov 11, 2010


Wow. For some reason, this trailer really got me. Looks good.

David 123 on Nov 11, 2010


looks good & good memories ;(

A5J4DX on Nov 11, 2010


So glad Lasseter is in charge of Disney animation so something like this doesn't fall victim to extreme and overt technological effects or worse, mo-cap. Dressing classic hand-drawn scenes and characters with carefully conceived C.G. effects like the water and honey ultimately garners this movie some heavy attention, honor and respect. Definitely will see this!

Graham on Nov 11, 2010


What, no 3D? I kid, I kid...the animation looks great. I don't see how this will be any different from the classic Pooh movies, but it is just a teaser, after all.

DinoChow on Nov 11, 2010


Wow... I really miss hand-drawn animation. So beautiful.

Kevin on Nov 11, 2010



The Gieb on Nov 11, 2010


@18 oh man, can you imagine this in 3D, that'd be some pretty epic fail. amazing trailer tho, looking to be an amazing movie. glad to see so many ppl still so enthusiastic about our beloved little friend(s).

lego on Nov 11, 2010


I can't really be negative about it, I was hoping I could but I can't there's just too much positivity here. I actually look forward to going to see this at the cinema with my son, I think he'll love it.

Crapola on Nov 11, 2010


I had no idea they were making a new one. I cannot wait. @13 What are you talking about "new indie music"? Keane is pretty famous and not really indie. I think they want to attract the crowd that grew up with Winnie the Pooh as well as younger people.

notalent on Nov 12, 2010


When Tigger showed up, I cried in joy as memories came flooding back to me of my childhood loving him, because he was a little hyper ball of energy just like me... I had no idea my fondness for these characters until I watched this.

Geoff on Nov 12, 2010


wow does this look beautiful or what

josh on Nov 12, 2010


Whew, that really was beautiful...excuse me while I *sniff sniff*......

kitano0 on Nov 12, 2010


Are you all serious with loving this trailer and music? I USED to like Winnie the Pooh until my memory of it was ruined by this bullshit trailer. Last time I checked I didn't want Keane supplying the music for any of my children's childhood memories. Can't a Disney movie create some sort of instrumental arrangement or cute kid song for their movies? Do they even try anymore? This trailer looks like some marketing dunce wagon at Disney handed his indi/emo winy spoiled twat high schooler some clips from their upcoming, shat out sequel, and told them to make it look cool/clever/fit for adults. I can't believe you all fell for this crap trailer. Disney is straight disgraceful. Don't they make movies for kids anymore? I bet those of you who want to see this also want to see that piece of dick Rapunzel movie coming out don't you? You probably also like two and a half men. Straight pathetic. Stop.

Matt on Nov 12, 2010


well it was about bloody freakin time 😀

DaftPUNKFAN on Nov 13, 2010


haha, Matt he doesn't understand that Disney never made movies for kids. animation isn't for kids. it's a medium of film making. just because our cultures says cartoons are for kids, he wants to seclude them to that niche winnie the pooh is awesome - straight up... for kids or adults it's when they turned them into "kids movies" that they starting becoming stupid, pathetic, straight-to-DVD garbage

josh on Nov 14, 2010


 Agreed and well put.

Mr. Otaku on Aug 5, 2011


Nice to see some traditional 2D, but they needed better actors for Eor and Owl. Seems like they added too much energy to Eor if you know what a mean.

Gex on Nov 14, 2010


@3 & 4 "Somewhere Only We Know" by British band Keane, from their 2004 breakthrough album "Hopes & Fears". They are one of my favourite bands! Brilliant music.

MithunOnThe.Net on Dec 1, 2010

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