In the clip, titled ‘Owl’s Cold,’ Owl takes a break from what he’s doing to help Pooh and Eeyore decide what to do regarding Eeyore’s missing tail, but it appears that his health is called into question instead, to his dismay, when Pooh Bear and Eeyore mistake the very grown up word issue for ahchoo. You’ll recognize quite a bit of this from the original trailer, but here is more of the scene in its actual context.
In ‘Are You Sure This Will Work?,’ while taking a break from their preparations against the Backson, Pooh decides to enlist Piglet to aid him in obtaining some honey, but Piglet ends up getting a bit more than he bargained for.
In this clip, simply titled ‘Tigger,’ Tigger weighs the potential of taking on a new sidekick who definitely feels some electricity between them.
Lastly, here’s a portion of the film’s live action portion, with Narrator John Cleese providing the setup, as we pan across a few of Christopher Robin’s stuffed friends, but mostly Pooh, along with a bit of the animated introduction of the Hundred Acre Wood with the re-recorded ‘Winnie the Pooh’ theme by Zooey Deschanel.
Winnie the Pooh stars the voice talents of Jim Cummings (Pooh/Tigger), Craig Ferguson (Owl), Tom Kenny (Rabbit), Travis Oates (Piglet), Bud Luckey (Eeyore), is directed by Stephen J. Anderson and Don Hall and features all new music composed by Henry Jackman with lyrics by Robert and Kristen Lopez along with a whole new take on the classic theme by Zooey Deschanel.