The horror film based on Winnie the Pooh will not be aired in Hong Kong or Macau.

Due to copyright difficulties, a new Winnie the Pooh horror film will not be released in Hong Kong or Macau. The video, which was released in the United States in February and in the United Kingdom in March, has been used to protest against President Xi Jinping in recent years. The Office for picture, Newspaper, and Article Administration in Hong Kong denied censorship, stating it had granted a certificate of permission for the horror picture. According to the film’s director, Rhys Frake-Waterfield, the theatres agreed to play it, then all separately decided to screen it the next day. On the film review website Rotten Tomatoes, the film garnered a 4% rating.