(Published in Issue 7 of my publication In Retrospect)
The Muppets, directed by James Bobin, follows Walter (preformed by Peter Linz), the world’s biggest Muppet fan, and his brother Gary (Jason Segel) and Gary’s girlfriend Mary (Amy Adams) who must raise $10 million to save the Muppet Theater from Tex Richman (Chris Cooper), a businessman with plans to demolish the building to dig for oil. To raise the money, the trio must first attempt to reunite The Muppets cast, who have each gone off in new directions with Fozzie Bear performing with a group of Muppet impersonators, the Moopets, Gonzo working as a plumbing magnate, Animal has ended up in a celebrity anger-management clinic sponsored by Jack Black and Miss Piggy working as Vogue Paris’s editor for plus-sized fashion. So will the trio be able to get the cast back together for one big show to save their heritage? Of course they will, it’s the Muppets!
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(Written for HeyUGuys)
Disney have released a sneak peek at the opening dance sequence from the highly anticipated The Muppets this week.
The clip is short but it certainly let’s us know what we are in for. And that’s a whole load of fun, familiar faces and goofiness. Now all we need is for February to hurry up.
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(This was published on Total Film’s website as a series of Film Homepages that they asked their subscribers to write for them).
In a Nutshell:
When Peter proposes to his girlfriend, he must go on a series of man-dates to find a best man for the wedding, but will his new BFF force the happy couple apart?
Are you man enough to say it?
Peter: ‘So what do I do? How do I make friends?’
Robbie: ‘If you see a cool looking guy, strike up a conversation and ask him on a man date.’
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