There is no completion timeline or release date, folks. There has just been conjecture from the writers about what Disney prefers and wild assumptions from MC forum members. What would you like to see as the plot in the new Muppet "comedy caper" type film? The plot really is just a device for Muppet madness so it really doesn't matter much to me. However, I would like to see more bits about the Muppets' lives inside and outside of the theater in a way we haven't experienced before. I'd love to see how they fit in with the neighbors. LOL! But that's really all anecdotal. Not really a movie plot point. What characters would you like to see have the leading roles? I'd like to see less of the Kermit & Miss Piggy relationship dynamic of the last film because it's always present anyway and they already recently and wonderfully explored that. I'd like to see more Gonzo, Scooter, Rowlf, Rizzo and Pepe. Do you want a Muppet villain (like in Muppets From Space, Letters to Santa and The Muppets) and if so who, or would you prefer the villain to be just a human role for one or more characters? I think a human villain with a Muppet henchman is the proven way to go. Charles Grodin would be great, but unlikely. His complaint about the last film offer was that the small cameo wasn't worth the trip. Maybe a juicier role would grab his attention. Whether they were in The Muppets or not, what five minor characters do you hope have a bigger role in the new movie? Johnny, Sal, Robin, Bean and Clueless Morgan. What ever happened to Seymour? I'd like to see more Seymour! Wocka Wocka! Van Neuter would be nice too. What style of music would you like for the new film? Are there any characters that you hope have a song in the new movie? Whatever the music style, I'd like to see the Muppets perform the numbers instead of human cast and backup dancers. Go for the dazzling and spectacular numbers like "Couldn't We Ride", "The First Time It Happens" , "Hey a Movie", "The Magic Store" "Together Again" or Miss Piggy's water ballet from GMC. I can't think of a better company than Disney to produce a Muppet musical number. Come on, go for it! And more Electric Mayhem, please. Their lack of musical presence in TM was an absurdity in an otherwise fine film. Just my thoughts. I think they should really go for the gusto in this new movie. Lavish musical numbers in a film that hits more exciting tones than the somber ones of the last film. Those things have been dealt with. The Muppets are back and back together again so the conflict should arise elsewhere.