Cinematic Universe may soon see a new Cinematic Universe rivaling the MCU and the MosterVerse, albeit at a much lower price point. And there’s more gore. , the micro-budget British flick that hit last year, has amassed close to $1 million in Mexican box-office receipts so far Ahead of its 15 worldwide release in February, writer/director Rhys Frake-Waterfield said he plans to create an entire universe filled with the beloved The gory X-rated adaptation of the childhood story of .
The filmmaker — who runs the prolific low-budget horror Jagged Edge Productions with producer Scott Jeffrey — has offered The Hollywood Reporter revealed Last year he was developing Peter Pan’s Neverland Nightmare , based on JM Barries’ book (but this time featuring a “severely obese” Tinkerbell who is “recovering from drugs”) . Geoffrey later revealed that he had his sights set on the world’s most famous doe in Bambi: The Reckoning. Dread Central thinks his Bambi will be a “vicious killing machine”).
But with Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey in preparation by Fathom Events in the US and many Other International 1, 15 Full Release on Screen Territory, and with a sequel already in development, Rhys Frake-Waterfield now tells THR that he plans to bring all these once-family-friendly characters—and more— — into an unruly universe.
“The idea is that we’re going to try to imagine them all in the same world so we can do crossover,” he said. “People have been messaging that they really want to see Bambi vs. Winnie the Pooh.”
Although Frake-Waterfield admits the current thinking – since the original book has entered the public domain – Sounds like a “Disney alternate reality,” and the studio has managed to adapt so many stories for the screen that he said that wasn’t the intention.
“There are many, many other ideas that have nothing to do with Disney, there are tons of old fairy tales and urban legends that are concepts that are synonymous with your childhood, and they” I want to build them into A distorted alternate reality. ”