Winnie the Pooh and The World of the Avatar is an-all new Winnie the Pooh/Avatar short film created by Daniel Esposito it premiered on Google Drive May 19th 2016.
One evening, the Pooh Gang is sent on a mission to delay the Saurian Overlords from enacting an evil scheme at Anaheim. What that evil scheme is, it is never explained in detail, but what is known is that the whole endeavour is a trap set by Dragaunus and his business partner Bowser to ensnare the heroes through a dimensional portal into a prison zone so that they may no longer interfere with their plans. In the end, only the core 5 members of the group end up through the portal, with the remaining dozen forced to retreat to Skull to ask the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles for help in recovering the gang by building a portal generator of their own, and with a tight deadline over their heads as Dragaunus is slowly gaining access to military missile codes to use in a final strike against the Rebel Alliance. Thankfully, the heroes won't have to worry long as Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Rabbit, and Eeyore have not been transported to the Negative Zone as Bowser intended, but rather the future of Avatar Aang's world, where they meet the one person who may prove to be the answer to all their problems...Avatar Korra of Republic City.
- Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Misty, Brock, Togepi, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and some of The Masters of Evil guest star in this short film.
- This short film takes place after The Legend of Korra: Book 2 and Winnie the Pooh Gets Frozen.
- This short films marks the debut of Korra, Mako (Legend of Korra), Bolin, and Asami Sato.
- Tenzin makes a cameo in this short film.
- The music scores from The Prince and the Pauper, Pokemon the First Movie Aladdin, The Land Before Time first film and sequels, Beauty and the Beast, Star Wars Episodes 1 and 7, Epic Mickey, An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island, Doctor Who, Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep, The Lion King, Kingdom Hearts Dream Drop Distance, The Great Mouse Detective, The Emperor's New Groove, and the Hunchback of Notre Dame are included in this short film.
- This film mark Daniel Esposito's last Winnie the Pooh crossover to include any PAL clips, as most of the footage in this film is in NTSC format and all of that user's future projects will be entirely in NTSC format.