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"The Muppets" Second Official Movie Trailer

Discussion in 'Muppet Headlines' started by Phillip, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. No one probably noticed this Yet but When they showed the shot at :38 seconds, If you look at the large shot Of The El Capitan Theater, they digitally altered it to Say Muppet, cant see if it say's theater under it!
  2. Duke Remington

    Duke Remington Well-Known Member

    Just like us. :) :D
  3. muppetlover123

    muppetlover123 Well-Known Member

    i read the junior novel ruined about most the movie for me if u want to know anything ask
  4. Frogpuppeteer

    Frogpuppeteer Well-Known Member

    and with that i think im going to take my leave from this thread...possibly the forum at least untill the movie comes out or i see some piece of merch to share
  5. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    Fanboy from Freakazoid.

    Link has NEVER had a line in a movie. Not even when Jim was performing him. Unless he said something during the uncut, or rather unobscured by the music credits sequence of the first movie. His biggest role in a film was the Gong banger in MTI. That's how little you see of him in film.

    Link having a line at all in a film, even just a "Hello" is revolutionary.

    You can totally tell he's one of my favorites, right?
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  6. AndyWan Kenobi

    AndyWan Kenobi Well-Known Member

    I think the joke there is that they "Travel By Map," which just magically gets them there Indiana-Jones-style, but they're still in a car, which means they had to drive under the ocean, which means they had to have the windows up the whole time. Hence, gasping for fresh air upon reemergence.
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  7. Scooterfan5

    Scooterfan5 Well-Known Member

    Best trailer yet! I loved how they talked about Walter.
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  8. Oscarfan

    Oscarfan Well-Known Member

    A thread on the TP Forums has made me decide to avoid reading anything more about this until Nov. 23. Even if there's clips, I'll force myself to avoid them. It's gonna be REAL hard.
  9. Mo Frackle

    Mo Frackle Well-Known Member

    After seeing this trailer, there's not much left for me to add except this:

    "The Muppets" is going to be Muppetational!
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  10. Walter

    Walter Well-Known Member

    Cool, I figured they were going to do that.. after all, there was also a giant identity disk from TRON Legacy on top of the marque during filming.. so i figured something would have to be altered X)
  11. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    They showed a scene with The Swedish Chef trying to cook him in the kitchen set. I assume that clip would be in the movie.
  12. 12Medbe

    12Medbe Well-Known Member

    The turkey reminds me of the Turkey from MFC
  13. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Watching this, it looks like the Moopets end up replacing Fozzie with a Fozzie look-alike. We never see them at the same time, but it's clear they're both there in the same room in the same scene. I was confused by the ear's deep-voiced "wocka wocka" line. Though I forgot about seeing a behind-the-scenes photo with both Fozzie and (I guess) Foozie.
  14. tutter_fan

    tutter_fan Well-Known Member

    OH! That one guy from Seinfeld! I know what you're talking about now!
  15. dwmckim

    dwmckim Well-Known Member

    Just prior to this trailer i was thinking, "i REALLY am getting tired of any more spoilers - they've given away too much by now and i really don't care to see any new clips in further ads or trailers"

    But this new trailer is so good i can forgive it...but please LET THIS BE IT until the movie...the only remaining "spoiler" i want to see is the one or two short clips they show when they do the talk show rounds.
  16. Frogpuppeteer

    Frogpuppeteer Well-Known Member

    perhaps but im not so sure could just be clever editing they do it all the time for trailers...sometimes even splicing lines together
  17. jcnegron

    jcnegron Well-Known Member

    You know those trailers that show the best bits of a movie, and nothing interesting is left. Then when you go to see the actual movie, you come out thinking that you could have avoided it entirely and just watch the trailer. I hope this is not the case.
  18. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    My only issue is how unrealistic/fantasy based this is. I know, it's the Muppets. But think about the first three films and Follow that bird. Nothing too major happens that is out of reality. But driving the bottom of the ocean to get to France? The whole Gary/Walter and Amy coming from some 50's pleasantville twilight zone small town...so much of this movie has a very UN-classic vibe to it and doesnt seem rooted in any sort of reality.

    In Muppets Take Manhattan, they were in NYC. There was nothing fantastical about it. The GENIUS about TMM, is it's a very low key, realist sort of film. Kermit's literally in a swamp, Kermit and Fozzie are literally driving through the middle of nowhere. The only fantastical scene that happens is Animal becomes a giant. But by then, it almost kind of works.

    Maybe it's because those were filmed in the late 70s and early 80s, theres a real feel to them. I'm not saying this film should have been shot like a drama. But I have to say, Letters to Santa had a much better cinematography palette and feel, even though that goes way into fantastical suspension of disbelief toward the end.

    Anyone else get what I'm saying? Again tho, seeing ALL these Muppets NO ONE ever thought we'd see again in such vibrant hd blu ray quality IS amazing.
  19. Duke Remington

    Duke Remington Well-Known Member

    Sorry Beaker, but I find your lack of faith in the film, and your negative comments on it, disturbing. :scary:

    I wish people would just stop looking for excuses to rip this film apart, especially since its not even in the theaters yet! :rolleyes:
  20. beaker

    beaker Well-Known Member

    Simply commenting on the tone of the two trailers. It doesn't look at all like a classic Muppet film, which isn't bad. Super 8 tried to ape the old Spielberg feel and to me failed in the overall execution.

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