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Tag Archives: parody
Here’s the latest spoof trailer for The Muppets. Can you guess the movie they’re spoofing? Figure it out? Answer is below the jump:
No video parody this time, but it’s not needed, this iconic image of Sam The Eagle as Captain America is a great promotion for both Marvel and the Muppets simultaneously. Previously: Muppet Marketing and Muppet Philosophy.
Following the same general idea of the parody trailers that we’ve seen with The Muppets, Disney’s crack marketing team has released two Winnie the Pooh trailers spoofing the Harry Potter movies. Very cute. But I’m not sure this will be … Continue reading
Patrick Warburton spoofs the ride safety spiel that is so common on every roller coaster or e-ticket attraction, including “Soarin’” which features a ride safety spiel from Warburton himself. Rollercoaster Safety with Patrick Warburton – watch more funny videos You’ll … Continue reading