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The Real Story Behind the 'Winnie the Pooh' Books Will Break Your Heart

Watch the new trailer for Goodbye Christopher Robin.
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Margot Robbie jumps from the comic world of Suicide Squad into another literary universe in her upcoming film, Goodbye Christopher Robin. The actress plays Daphne Milne, wife of A. A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson), the author of Winnie the Pooh. Based on a true story, the Simon Curtis-directed movie shows how Milne was inspired by their son, Christopher Robin, to pen the famous story. Yes, stuff-toy versions of Pooh, Piglet, and co. all make an appearance.

From the looks of the trailer, expect a heartwarming storyline, stunning scenery, nostalgic references and a chic 1920s wardrobe (as seen on Robbie). Finding Neverland fans won't be disappointed. Watch the trailer below.

Goodbye Christopher Robin premieres in the U.K. on September 29 and in the U.S. on November 10. 

From: Harper's BAZAAR

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