After the trailer for Disney's Winnie the Pooh movie "Christopher Robin" dropped, people felt pressured to choose between Pooh and Paddington, his fellow big-screen bear. Where do you stand in this clash of the titans?
Following the critical acclaim of “Paddington 2,” Disney is in talks with director Paul King to helm its live-action “Pinocchio,” sources tell Variety. Andrew Miano and Chris Weitz are producing. Jack Thorne is rewriting the script. The original animated classic follows the age-old tale about a living puppet, who with the help of a cricket […]
The internet likes to argue about movies, and the internet (possibly too often) likes to use Rotten Tomatoes as a way of putting a stamp on whether a movie is actually good or not. As a score compiler and review aggregator, Rotten Tomatoes is just an easy thing to point to when the “universal praise” statement needs to be backed up in those late-night, conjecture-filled discussions about The Last Jedi. Now Paddington 2 is joining a small group of movies that have over one hundred 100 percent positive reviews.
The director of 'Paddington 2' thinks we could all benefit from being a bit more like Paddington Bear.