Please don't let this be another version of Ted.

Grab your honey, because everyone's favorite bear is coming to life. In an effort to keep up with the live-action craze, Winnie the Pooh is reportedly in the works to become a live-action film. Apparently, cartoon fairy tales ain't cutting it for us anymore. We now need to have real people and "real" animals to make us truly believe in their magic.

The film will be called Christopher Robin.

According to Hollywood Reporter, the film will focus around the human character of Winnie the Pooh and have a heartwarming message. Marc Foster, director of Finding Neverland, Monster's Ball and The Kite RUnner, has been tagged to direct the film, while Jungle Book producer, Brigham Taylor, will produce. The story will feature Robin as an adult who has grown out of his boyish imagination. He is now a businessman prioritizing work over his wife and daughter. The last thing Christopher needs is the return of Pooh looking for his friends.

Adventure, magical realism and an emotional journey wait for us.

No release date has been announced at this time. I would guess at least 2018 with all the computer generated imaging that will be required for this. But I'm not worried, we've got live-action Beauty and the Beast and Mulan to hold us over in the meantime.

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