Winnie the Pooh can be described as Disney's most sweetest (as honey) franchise of all time, but what if Disney did a science fiction movie centered around Winnie the Pooh and his Hundred Acre Wood friends themselves?
Indeed, the Disney Channel program The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh aired an episode called "Tigger is the Mother of Invention," which is centered around Tigger, the lovable bouncy tiger-like dude, building a really quirky contraption that looks like a bulldozer. So far, this is definitely something science fiction-oriented!
If Winnie the Pooh had a science fiction movie (that will be rated G), it would be called The Pooh that Saved the Hundred Acre Wood. The plot would go like this: the year is 2030, and the Hundred Acre Wood had turned into a big forest civilization that is all futuristic. However, a group of Heffalumps and Woozles attempt to turn the Hundred Acre Wood into a community of their own. Can Winnie the Pooh save the Hundred Acre Wood before its too late?
If the Hundred Acre wood is all futuristic in the film, than it would have bigger (and slightly wider) trees with futuristic tree houses, flying machines, computers, various electrical contraptions and gadgets, and a huge white beehive where bees would make honey electronically. For fun, Pooh and his friends would also ride in a TRON-style kid's wagon (a la the light cycle) that are only ridden via a hover-rail. The Hundred Acre Wood would also be bigger than before, as it would be about 61 miles wide. It would also be a time that the Hundred Acre Wood would become a huge cultural center full of discovery and scientific and technological advances, without sacrificing the Winnie the Pooh franchise's family-friendly nature.
If this is made, it would be the greatest Winnie the Pooh movie in the history of all mankind! What do you think?