In this nice spin on the classic Pooh character, depressed working-class family man Christopher Robin encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, who helps him to rediscover the joys of life.
USA-UK / 120 minutes / 2018
Writers:Tom McCarthy, Alex Ross Perry, Allison Schroeder
Hayley Atwell as Evelyn Robin
Ewan McGregor as Christopher Robin
Nick Mohammed as Piglet (voice)
Brad Garrett as Eeyore (voice)
Bronte Carmichael as Madeline Robin
Oliver Ford Davies as Old Man Winslow
Roger Ashton-Griffiths as Ralph Butterworth
Paul Chahidi as Cecil Hungerford
Tim Ingall as Jimmy Knowait (uncredited)
Raj Ghatak as Neel Chawla
Orton O’Brien as Young Christopher Robin
Elsa Minell Solak as Madeline 3 Years Old
Ronke Adekoluejo as Katherine Dane
Ken Nwosu as Paul Hastings
John Dagleish as Matthew Leadbetter
Amanda Lawrence as Joan MacMillan
Katy Carmichael as Christopher’s Mother
Tristan Sturrock as Christopher’s Father
Jasmine-Simone Charles as Little Girl
Matt Gavan as Snooty Businessman
Gareth Mason as Balloon Vendor
Summer Brooks as Balloon Holder
Amrou Al-Kadhi as Nemir Azizi (London Ticket Attendant)
Zain Falzon as Boy in Stroller
Rainy Milo as Boy’s Mother
Souad Faress as Wealthy Woman
Alan Clark as Sussex Train Attendant
Chris Pratt as Sussex Train Porter
Harriet Leitch as Tea Server
Vera Chok as Margaret King (Train Passenger 1)
Claire Redcliffe as Boarding School Teacher
Matt Berry as Policeman Bobby
Simon Farnaby as Taxi Driver
Matthew Earley as Truck Driver
Vivien Bridson as Old Man Winslow’s Secretary
Narinder Samra as Milkman
Oliver Payne as Milk Delivery Boy
David Hartley as Man on Bus
Clara McGregor as Girl in Aircraft Design Office
Sara Sheen as Roo (voice)
Shola Adewusi as Rosemary Hopwood (uncredited)
Lee Asquith-Coe as School Porter (uncredited)
Roy Beck as Winslow Board Director (uncredited)
Gintare Beinoraviciute as Passerby (uncredited)
Bern Collaço as Train Passenger / Man in swimwear (uncredited)
Abbey Denne as Girlfriend (uncredited)
Peter Capaldi as Rabbit (voice)
Michael Jenn as London Train Conductor
Adrian Scarborough as Hal Gallsworthy
Mark Gatiss as Giles Winslow
Mackenzie Crook as Newspaper Seller
Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh / Tigger (voice)
Sophie Okonedo as Kanga (voice)
Toby Jones as Owl (voice)
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