The Walt Disney Studios sent Major Spoilers some of the first images and the official synopsis for the upcoming Muppets… Again.
Press Release The filmmaking team behind 2011’s celebrated film “The Muppets” reunites as Disney’s “The Muppets … Again!” kicked off production last week in London. The all-new global Muppets adventure welcomes Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell and Tina Fey to the mayhem, along with Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, Walter and rest of the Muppets. The film is directed by James Bobin (“Flight of the Conchords,” “Da Ali G Show”), who was just nominated for a BAFTA for “The Muppets” (Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer), and produced by the Academy Award®-nominated team of David Hoberman and Todd
Press Release The Muppets were named New York City Family Ambassadors by NYC & Company, New York City’s tourism and marketing organization. As part of the year-long collaboration, the Muppets will encourage family travel to New York by highlighting the best ways for families to experience and enjoy the many dining and shopping venues, cultural institutions, parks and attractions across the five boroughs.
The Thanksgiving holiday is a big one for the movie industry. The five day weekend, means a lot of people are heading to the movie theaters to catch the brand new releases and to kick off the final box office push for 2011. While many people were excited about the new Muppets movie, even more people lined up for the latest installment of Breaking Dawn.
In case you didn’t notice, a brand new Muppets movie opened across the country over the holiday weekend. With the help of three fans, The Muppets must reunite to save their old theater from a greedy oil tycoon. Did you see the movie yet? We want to know what you thought. Was is the best Muppet movie ever, or did it stumble on its own humor? Use the comment section below to share your thoughts on the movie.
With the coming release of The Muppets movie, AMC is running a new trailer telling you to sit down, shut up, and turn off the damn cellphone… but in a kinder, gentler, Muppetier way.
If you aren’t a Muppets fan, then this probably isn’t for you. For the rest of us, the Green Album arrives in stores and digitally today and it features a number of artists presenting their take on classic Muppets songs. OK Go went so far as to do a video for their cover of the Muppet Show Theme Song.
There’s a brand new poster for Disney’s The Muppets movie that features all the recognizable characters, plus Amy Adams and Jason Segal. With the help of three fans, the Muppets must reunite in order to save their old studio from a greedy oil tycoon. Much like The Muppet Movie, there are a crap ton of cameos with everyone from Mila Kunis and Selena Gomez, to Jack Black and Katy Perry. Personally, I think it would be awesome if Steve Martin returned… Orson Welles, not so much…