How Creative Director Brigham Taylor Helped Bring Winnie-the-Pooh to Life
While kids will certainly enjoy Disney’s new live-action movie, Christopher Robin speaks more to former Winnie-the-Pooh fans like grown up Brigham Taylor who still longs to revisit the Hundred Acre Wood. Brigham is a producer of the movie and the spark that brought this film to light. Taylor has worked for Walt Disney Studios since 1994 and previously produced The Jungle Book and was an executive producer on Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales and Tomorrowland, Christopher Robin has been a rather special project for two main reasons. For one, Taylor has been a lifelong fan of Winnie-the-Pooh.

“He was sort of presented to me through my mother reading us those stories from books nightly,” he tells me in a recent phone interview. “Those were some of my earliest memories, and then as a youngster I was a huge fan, as most of us were, of the Disney animation shorts. I remember first seeing them at Disneyland in the Fantasyland Theater before that was all remodeled. It was always magical.” Read More >>>

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