Great news, Margot fans! It has been announced by The Hollywood Reporter that Goodbye Christopher Robin will hit theaters on North America on November 10, 2017! You can read the full report bellow.
Goodbye Christopher Robin, Fox Searchlight’s previously untitled A.A. Milne biopic, is gearing up for an awards season run.
The Simon Curtis-directed feature, starring Domhnall Gleeson as the Winnie the Pooh creator, will hit theaters in North America on Nov. 10.
The movie, which also stars Margot Robbie and Will Tilston, playing the young Christopher Robin, follows the Milne family as they are swept up in the international success of the books, which bring hope and comfort to England in the wake of WWI.
On its release date, Goodbye Christopher Robin will be going up against Will Ferrell’s Daddy’s Homesequel and the Jennifer Lawrence spy drama Red Sparrow.
Margot and her Goodbye Christopher Robin co-stars were photographed on October 4th on set of the movie in Windsor, England. Photos have been released and added to our gallery, as you can check it out bellow!
Hello Margot fans! USA Today released yesterday the very first photos from the Untitled A.A. Milne Project, the Winnie-the-Pooh author biopic. In one of them we get a glimpse at Margot’s character Daphne Milne, as she stands close to her husband A.A. Milne, portrayed by Domhnall Gleeson. The movie started filming about two weeks ago, in England. More information about the movie can be found bellow.
Domhnall Gleeson is trading the evil of General Hux for the kid-friendly charm of Winnie-the-Pooh.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens star Gleeson plays British children’s author A.A. Milne in an upcoming biopic based on the life of the beloved teddy bear’s creator. USA TODAY has the first look at stills from the as yet untitled Fox Searchlight movie — which started filming in England two weeks ago — featuring Gleeson, Margot Robbie (who veers far from Harley Quinn as wife Daphne Milne) and newcomer Will Tilston (as little Christopher Robin).
With the working title of The Untitled A.A. Milne Project — though, honestly, we dug the original Goodbye Christopher Robin handle — the movie centers on the father/son relationship between Milne and Christopher Robin, whose stuffed toys inspired Milne to create the magical world of Pooh Bear, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and the rest of the gang that inhabited the books Winnie-the-Pooh in 1926 and The House at Pooh Corner two years later. The tomes took England by storm following World War I, but also overshadowed all of Milne’s previous works and put an international spotlight on the family and their nanny Olive (Kelly Macdonald).