‘Christopher Robin’ Brings Childhood Story to the Big Screen

Spencer Maddox, Staff Writer

The producer of “The Jungle Book”, “Tomorrowland” and “Million Dollar Arm,” brings back the children’s favorite “Christopher Robin” in a new HD movie.

Produced by Brigham Taylor and Kristin Burr, “Christopher Robin,” features actors Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell, Brad Garrett and Peter Capaldi in a story where Christopher Robin is grown and now has a family. Christopher and his family live in London where he gets an unexpected visit from Winnie-the-Pooh, his childhood pal.  In an effort to locate the rest of the Pooh clan, Pooh and Christopher venture on a journey that helps Christopher remember the true joy of life.

“Christopher Robin” was released Aug. 3, is rated PG and has a 1 hour 43 minute run-time. The story about life, happiness and friends is an enjoyable reminder about what is important in life.