Exclusive: Winnie the Pooh Directors Talk Updating a Classic

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Winnie the Pooh is one of those characters so ingrained in a child's imagination, it's hard to imagine anything about the beloved cartoon changing.  But that's just what Disney has done with its brand new feature length movie.  It's the first time classic Pooh has ever been turned into a feature length film - up until now, the stories have consisted of short films, sometimes amalgamated to create longer film, but still shorts nonetheless.

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