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The Muppets sequel has begun shooting in London and Disney has provided EW with the above photo to promote the film. Looks like Kermit the Frog gets mixed up in an international criminal ring via mistaken identity. I also spy … Continue reading
Although I thought the movie itself was nearly unwatchable, I’ve enjoyed nearly other element about the latest Muppet revival. One of the strengths of the recent movie release was the viral marketing. That trend has continued as Disney prepared to … Continue reading
The Muppets, the seventh film bringing Jim Henson’s The Muppets to the silver screen, is receiving tremendous critical and popular acclaim. It currently holds a 97% rating, “Certified Fresh,” on Rotten Tomatoes, gets 4.5 stars out of 5 from the … Continue reading
Everyone in Hollywood knew that Jason Segel’s day hosting Saturday Night Live would come. The work he did to bring the Muppets back to the silver screen after a 12 year absence only served as a little bit of an … Continue reading