Well, an article at The Hollywood Reporter mentions that the Sesame Street movie announced in 2012 is still happening. Back then it was announced by 20th Century Fox while the company was still in negotiations with Sesame Workshop, which took awhile, and now a couple of drafts of the script have been announced. According to the article, the movie will tentatively be titled "Saving Sesame Street". The plot will involve Sesame Street being in danger of being torn down and replaced with a cookie factory. With this in mind, Cookie Monster is the only one not distraught by the news. After the cast talks with the mayor, they learn that the mayor only allowed it because he doesn't think that Sesame Street has any educational value, but makes a deal: If they can prove that Sesame Street has educational value before the construction starts, he'll cancel the construction. Filming will begin in Fall 2015. 20th Century Fox hopes to get it out in early Summer 2016. According to the article, the movie will be nostaglia-heavy as well. It will be an ensemble piece, with Big Bird, Oscar, Ernie, Bert, Cookie Monster, Grover, and The Count having the main roles. Characters like Elmo, Abby, Zoe, and Murray will be in it, but their parts will be fairly small. Many old-school characters will be featured, and the current draft of the script reportedly specifically mentions appearances by such characters as Herry Monster, The Amazing Mumford, Biff and Sully, Forgetful Jones and friends, Sherlock Hemlock, and Simon Soundman. Sesame Workshop and 20th Century Fox are even in negotiations with Disney to allow a Kermit the Frog cameo. The article features this funny quote: "Will Sesame Street be saved? Will Cookie Monster learn that his friends and their homes are more important than cookies? Will this film do better than the previous two Sesame Street films?" Well... (and I think you knew this was coming) APRIL FOOLS!