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Category Archives: Muppets
Thanks to Disney for allowing us all on set for the filming of a new interactive Enchanted Art adventure game that will soon appear aboard the Disney Fantasy. This Midship Detective Agency game features some of your favorite Muppets characters … Continue reading
Disney and Muppet Studios has released the “Man or Muppet” segment from The Muppets in the form of a music video: Fun fact: at the end of the production Jason Segel was given the Jason Segel muppet used here. According … Continue reading
Disney Cruise Line just announced that The Muppets will make their debut on Disney Cruise Line in a new adventure game aboard the Disney Fantasy, the new Disney ship setting sail in March 2012. The adventure game will leverage the … Continue reading
The Muppets is currently the best reviewed wide-release film of 2011 and with good reason: it’s a comic and musical tour de force. (John and I will agree to disagree.) At 98% “Fresh” on Rotten Tomatoes with 132 reviews counted, three unfavourable—“Rotten”—reviews are all stand … Continue reading