The slasher sequel Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey 2 is just a few days away from its release in US theaters, which is why the marketing campaign continues to prepare the audience by launching a new official poster.

The film was launched after the surprising success of its predecessor, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honeyfrom the screenwriter and director Rhys Frake-Waterfieldwho resumes his work in this new installment.

The audience was hooked on a premise with a sinister twist on one of the most beloved fictional characters: Winnie the Pooh. In the first installment, Pooh and Piglet go out in search of blood after Christopher Robin (Nikolia Leon) abandons them. In the sequel, other friends will join in to continue the revenge.

Christopher Robin (now played by Scott Chambers) seeks some good old-fashioned talk therapy after the events of the first film. As he overcomes what can only be described as catastrophic amounts of trauma, we learn that The menacing, sinister creatures of the Hundred Acre Wood are rising from their resting places and preparing to wage war.. This time, they won't just wait for Christopher to return to them, but they'll take the fight to their town of Ashdown after word of his existence has spread. With weapons in hand, the creatures we once loved as kids come stomping into town, with some new but familiar faces joining the chaos, including Tigger..

Frake-Waterfield y Matt Leslie (Summer of 84) wrote the script for the sequel.


“Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Owl and Tigger no longer want to live in the shadows and take their fight to the city of Ashdown, leaving a bloody trail of death and chaos in their wake.”

The cast also includes Eddy Mackenzie (Flux), Marcus Massey (Bunny the Killer Thing), Tallulah Evans (Son of Ranbow), Kelly Rian Sanson (Snake Hotel), Simon Callow (The Witcher), Alec Newman (The Boys in the Boat), Nicola Wright (The Mystery of Mr. E), Peter DeSouza-Feighoney (The Pope’s Exorcist), Tade Adebaio, Lewis Santery Nichaela Farrell.

Previously, Frake-Waterfiel said that Pooh has a redesign for the sequel, now with a larger budget. Pooh's design for the first installment was $770 USD, while for the new installment he had a budget of $20,000 USD. The company in charge of the prosthetics has worked on Voldemort from Harry Potterand in Star Wars.

The slasher sequel will hit theaters from March 26 to 28 through Fathom Events in the USA. In Mexico it will be released on April 18 in theaters.

New poster:


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