I Can Relate To Ewan McGregor Struggling To Interview Winnie The Pooh

I Can Relate To Ewan McGregor Struggling To Interview Winnie The Pooh

Video: Disney is in the field promoting their latest movie, Christopher Robin, and have even sent out their own star Ewan McGregor to pull some of the grunt work. But it isn’t easy to interview the residents of the Hundred Acre Wood.

Christopher Robin’s latest featurette showing McGregor, who plays the titular Christopher Robin, interviewing Winnie the Pooh and Tigger (both played by Jim Cummings), along with Eeyore (Brad Garrett) and Piglet (Nick Mohammed) about their work and process.

The short but adorable video travels through the various stages of giving an actual press interview, only with more mentions of honey and naptime. I can seriously relate to McGregor’s pain at trying to keep Pooh on track or getting Tigger to relate to a perspective that’s outside of his own.

Christopher Robin is the story of what happened after the human visitor to the Hundred Acre Wood grew up and left his childhood fantasies behind. He’s had to replace playtime with work hours, much to the chagrin of his family, including his wife (played by Agent Carter’s Hayley Atwell).

Along with Cummings, Mohammed and Garrett, we also have the voice talents of Toby Jones (Owl), Peter Capaldi (Rabbit) and Sophie Okonedo (Kanga) — though it appears those characters didn’t want to be interviewed themselves.

Christopher Robin hits cinemas on September 13.

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