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Street Season 48
Sesame Street's 48th season
officially began Monday August 6 on PBS. After you see the new episodes,
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Discussion in 'Muppet Headlines' started by Phillip, Apr 13, 2012.
Wow thats awesome!
Haha Kermit is trying to get into the GMA studios cause Constantine locked him out.
haha thats funny! and there is a thread in muppet appearances for this appearance
I didn't see one? But yeah I'm done muffining the thread...I'm gonna have some angry people on here when they wake up and see it's been off topic. I can't explain all that's going on anyways hopefully clips will be up later!
Not worried, gang. At the time these posts began to arrive, Rotten Tomatoes had the MMW reviews at 40% positive, but some much better reviews have joined the fray and it's now up to 67%. I expect this figure to rise the closer we get to the release.
(And I might add that two of the movies opening this weekend have RT ratings below 25%...so it could be a LOT worse!!!)
That's much better. We had one by someone completely joyless, and 2 by "Where's Jason Segal?" 67% isn't great, but at least it's more on the positive side now.
I never pay attention to reviews.
I just saw the official credits listing on Muppet Wiki. So there's actually "LA Performers", "UK Performers", and "Additional UK Performers". First time one of the movies did performer listings like this.
Louise Gold was listed merely under UK Performers, as opposed to it saying that she performs Annie Sue. Hopefully Annie Sue still gets line at least.
The credits list a few characters I haven't seen in any of the footage that's appeared online. Characters like Pops and Bobo. I'm not surprised they'll be appearing, though.
Considering the first character you mentioned appeared in the "Food Fight" Muppisode, I'm not really surprised either. Also, Bobin and Stoller seem to love these characters who haven't been seen in a long while just as much as we do (I remember Bobin speaking of his love for Thog and Link Hogthrob in the commentary for 'The Muppets') and it looks like one of their goals is to bring them back. I really love and admire that and it makes me feel confident that all the characters are in the right hands. I know they most likely didn't have any involvement with the Muppisode, but I'm assuming they brought that particular character back first in MMW and then did the "Food Fight" Muppisode after filming the movie.
I'm more surprised that he didn't show up in The Muppets, since the character was in a number of productions around the time. Maybe they did have the puppet on set but none of the background puppeteers bothered to use him for any scenes.
Now I'm wondering how many of those credited characters get big amounts of dialogue and how many just get one line or so. The Muppets credited a number of characters who only had one line (like Marvin Suggs) but also credited Rizzo, who didn't have any lines. Of course there were also characters who got dialogue who weren't listed by name in the credits (Wayne and Wanda, Link Hoghtrob).
The credits list Robin, hopefully that means he'll at least get a line. And there's no credit for Dr. Strangepork, I hope he still gets some dialogue.
Check this out! I don't know if anybody has seen this complete b-roll yet.
https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=muppets most wanted sequel&sm=3
I just saw Muppets Most Wanted. I'm not going to give away any spoilers but I think all Muppet fans will be happy with the movie as I loved it.
Mate, words cannot describe the jealousy I'm feeling right now. I'm glad you enjoyed it!
My theater has one time early on thursday and i live like 10 mins away im going and excited!
Their doing a screening where I live Thurs evening but I'm just gonna hold out till Friday. But other then that I just wanna say even if you've seen it early see it again on opening day and show your Muppet support!
oh i definetly am going on opening day!
What the actual frog?! My local cinema is giving the option to watch the movie either as normal or in 3D....Since when is the movie supposed to be in that format??! I doubt it would be worth the cash watching it in 3D when it wasn't intended to have that. I think the cinema guys are kidding themselves to be honest....
I´m really desperate because here in France when live the movie only come out in May! I'm literally begging for my father to take me to London to see the movie!
that must be really hard....I would commit suicide if it didn't come out shorter than in 2 weeks!
Its well worth the wait. There are some hilarious moments in the movie.
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