• "Winnie the Pooh" gets a live-action remake.

"Winnie the Pooh" gets a live-action remake. (Photo : Twitter/@digitalspy)

Following the success of live-action adaptations, Disney is moving forward with giving the beloved "Winnie the Pooh" a live-action treatment.

Titled "Christopher Robin," the film will center on Robin, the adult version of Christopher Robin who was a primary character in A.A. Milne's books. According to Comicbook, Robin will be portrayed by Ewan McGregor. In "Winnie the Pooh" live-action movie, Robin has outgrown his young, joyful imagine and has grown up to become a business. Robin prioritizes his work over his wife and daughter, putting his family life on the brink of destruction. Pooh returns to his life when the jolly bear asks Robin to help find his friends again.

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The Hollywood Reporter wrote that Marc Foster is on board to direct "Christopher Robin," based on a script written by Alex Ross Perry. Aside from McGregor, no other cast member has been confirmed for the film yet. In the meantime, here's a dream casting for the "Winnie the Pooh" live-action adaptation.

Patrick Warburton as Eeyore

Warburton did a tremendous job narrating Netflix's "A Series of Unfortunate Events," giving the story the gloomy, tragic feel it most certainly deserved. His low, calm voice would make him the perfect candidate for Eeyore, a character which has been described as "not a fan of much, other than eating thistles, but his loyalty wins the hearts of his friends every time he loses his tail."

Kevin Spacey as Rabbit

Spacey, in a lot of his roles, has always exhibited a sense of leadership, a characteristic that is not far off from Rabbit. He is very attuned to his routine and doesn't like it when he gets interrupted. Spacey also has a strict air to him, which could work in scenes where he's scolding Pooh.

Chris Pratt as Tigger

Pratt as the same cheerful spirit as Tigger, who's always ready to pounce and surprise everyone with his hilarious antics. The character is described as someone who "eagerly shares his enthusiasm with others - whether they want him to or not." Sounds like something Pratt can pull off.

Craig Ferguson as Owl

Ferguson played Owl in the 2011 "Winnie the Pooh" movie and he did an incredible job in it.

Tom Holland as Piglet

Holland has a sweet, young voice which perfectly matches Piglet's personality.

Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh

Pooh's voice is rather distinct, and only Jim Cummings can give Pooh the same kind of character and individuality.