Winnie the Pooh awoke after a long hibernation and waddled into the real world for the first trailer for Christopher Robin, Disney’s live-action spin on A. A. Milne’s beloved stories about the Hundred Acre Wood. It’s supposed to be cute, but by my estimate, it’s also about 15 percent too spooky and I’m not completely convinced this isn’t going to be a horror movie. Please hear me out.

The trailer, which Disney uploaded on Tuesday, certainly begins in a grim place. An older Christopher Robin, played here by Ewan McGregor, is told he needs to fire 20 percent of his staff because capitalism is the scariest monster of all. Everything looks very gray as he sits on a bench, having been forced to skip a vacation with his family and fail as a father. The aesthetic is that of a period piece by way of David Fincher.

That’s when Winnie the Pooh appears, because this movie is basically Hook but with Pooh instead of Peter Pan. From what little we see of the forgetful bear, he’s here to help, but he looks somewhat uncanny, a CGI construct caught in the valley between the living and the stuffed. The way everything’s depicted makes it seems as though we might be in store for a thriller about Christopher’s probable psychotic break, or a Chuckystyle tale about a toy come to life with unclear motivations.

The tagline for the movie, “sooner or later, you past catches up to you,” is describing the plot of I Know What You Did Last Summer.

Something about this seems a little ominous, no?

Christopher Robin will probably end up being sweet, charming, and very British when it opens on August 3. All I’m saying is that, based on this trailer, it seems like it could go in a darker direction.

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As The Flash dashes toward Season 5 on The CW, the show looks to explore all the typical problems that traveling through time causes when you’re a superhero. So yes, more exciting things are in store for this addicting show that’s gained a cult following since its debut in October 2014.

It’s finally here! Maniac, a trippy new Netflix series starring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone, is set to debut on September 21 (that’s tomorrow!) bringing all 10 episodes to the streaming service. But when exactly is it time to settle in and binge through the new show from the mind of Cary Fukunaga (best-know for True Detective Season 1, It, and Beasts of No Nation)? Here’s what you need to know.

The very last week of Fortnite: Battle Royale Season 5 challenges are here, and for Week 10, players have to solve a puzzle — or at least find a bunch of jigsaw puzzle pieces.

Week 10 challenges in Fortnite were released Thursday morning at 9 a.m., and perhaps the most fun challenge has players “search jigsaw puzzle pieces in basements.” This one’s just like previous challenges involving gnomes, rubber duckies, or even letters — there are many locations on the map that contain puzzle pieces, but players only need to get seven of them to complete the challenge. In this case, every puzzle piece will be located in some kind of basement, and it does seem like almost every basement on the map has one.

Once more unto the breach, Fortnite players! Week 8 began Thursday morning, and with it came yet another Challenge sending players through the many rift portals scattered around the map. But unlike the Week 5 version of the same Challenge, the language here is different: “Use a Rift at different spawn locations.” Essentially, only naturally occurring rifts will count towards the Challenge, so keep those Rift-to-Gos in your back bling.

At long last, Fortnite developer Epic Games is mixing things up after the version 5.30 update with something that resembles legitimate quests in Battle Royale.

Week 7 Challenges for Fortnite: Battle Royale began on Friday morning at 9 a.m. Eastern and a strange looking new battle pass Challenge read: “Stage 1: Search a chest in Pleasant Park.” That does indeed imply that there are multiple stages. For this Challenge, at least, there are five successive stages that players need to do in order to complete the Challenge and collect the five battle pass stars.