Once again, we come again to discuss the "Pooh's Adventures" series, a popular series on fan-made fictional crossover/mash-up movies that were circulating on YouTube. A long time ago, YouTube user brerdaniel (now DisneyDaniel93), the creator of the series, made a movie called "Pooh's Adventures of Mulan". It is a mash-up film made in around 2009 that details Pooh and his Hundred Acre Wood friends having adventures in Mulan, a Disney movie from 1998 that details the adventures of the famous girl from Chinese folklore.
So far, this was a good Disney crossover, but the weird part about it is that the mash-up features Ash, Pikachu, and their friends from the Pokemon franchise; as I have mentioned in the "Pooh's Adventures" article, Disney and non-Disney don't mix together; only the Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue drug prevention cartoon (which had Pooh and Tigger in it) makes sense (and was also interesting).
Now, time to ask the question: do you think there should be an actual Disney movie called Winnie the Pooh meets Mulan?
I bet the story line should go like this: Christopher Robin (Winnie the Pooh's best friend) gives Pooh a gigantic "magic honeypot" that if you believe that "you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think" (a prospect raised in the 1997 direct-to-video release Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin), you will go on a magical journey to another land (IT'S NOT A DRUG REFERENCE, OKAY?). Winnie the Pooh starts to believe in the things Christopher Robin had told him, and Pooh and his friends went inside the honeypot, swimming until they reach the land they're going into. Eventually, they go to ancient China, where Pooh and his friends meet Mulan and go on grand adventures with her.
I think Disney should come up with turning this idea into a direct-to-DVD release (or a feature film, depending on how the money is) for 5 reasons: (1) as I've said in the "Pooh's Adventures" article, to piggy-back on the popularity of the "Pooh's Adventures" series, (2) to show what it would be like if Pooh and his friends had discovered Chinese culture, (3) to work on it as a tie-in to the Shanghai Disney resort in China that will open sometime at the end of 2015, (4) to make Mulan more popular , and (5) to commercialize the "Pooh's Adventures" series (something I didn't mention in my "Pooh's Adventures" article).
What do you think?