Here’s an IBM promotional film starring an early version of Jim Henson’s Cookie Monster. The Coffee Break Machine was used for an IBM training film and performed on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1967 and on The Muppet Show a decade later.Show More Summary
Jim Henson’s Storyteller: Fairies #3 Writer: Tyler Jenkins Artist: Tyler Jenkins Publisher: Archaia, BOOM! Studios Review by Laura Forsey Because The post Jim Henson’s Storyteller: Fairies #3 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
The first week in May will be bringing Avengers: Infinity War to theaters, but before that fans can return to a wild, weird fantasy world from the mind of Jim Henson in 1986. In association with the Jim Henson Company and Sony Pictures...Show More Summary
Calling all '80s babies: Labyrinth is returning to theaters next month, giving you another chance to experience Jim Henson's cult-classic musical and one of David Bowie's most iconic roles. Revisit the twisted, dark fantasy world ofShow More Summary
The muppet creations of Frank Oz, Jim Henson, and their collaborators are fused into my earliest memories as a kid growing up in the ‘Sesame Street’ generation. The long-running ‘Muppet Show’ followed, as did films, and a new generation...Show More Summary
Movie lovers will journey into Jim Henson’s magical Labyrinth this spring when the 1986 fantasy-adventure returns to the big screen for three days only as a nationwide fan celebration from Fathom Events, The Jim Henson Company and Sony Pictures Entertainment. Audiences are encouraged to attend the screenings in costume to celebrate the nostalgia and legacy of this beloved […]
Late rocker David Bowie memorably played the Goblin King in the 1986 fantasy cult classic.
Oltedal, Norway musician Leo Moracchioli of Frog Leap Studios created a puppet-filled heavy metal cover of The Muppet Show theme song, which was originally written by Jim Henson and Sam Pottle in 1976. Moracchioli‘s cover is available to purchase from iTunes. Here is the original song. Muppets: The Green AlbumA Heavy Metal Version of The...
Jim Henson's cult classic Labyrinth is heading back into theaters for a 3-day celebration in April.
by Stranger Things To Do Staff This week is your last chance to see MoPOP's Jim Henson Exhibition: Imagination Unlimited, which Sean Nelson called "an indispensable opportunity to celebrate his genius." Photo by John E. Barrett. Courtesy of the Jim Henson Company. Show More Summary
Muppet Babies, Jim Henson’s 1980s animated TV series that imagined Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, and his other lovable Muppets as toddlers, is being rebooted on Disney Junior. Last month, we got a quick look at one of the...Show More Summary
The new board game based on Jim Henson’s The Dark Crystal has just been released, and as everything River Horse releases, the game looks absolutely fantastic! This is a cooperative game where up to 4 players work together to find the shard and heal The Dark Crystal. Show More Summary
Fathom Events has announced a special two night event, which will see Dark Crystal return to theaters in February.
If a show has the words "Muppets" or "Jim Henson" in the title you know it's going to feature some really awesome puppets, and the late 90s successor to The Muppet Show called Muppets Tonight was no exception. Muppets Tonight introduced...Show More Summary
by Sean Nelson Jim Henson and Frank Oz, with a little help from Richard Hunt (far left), operate Ernie and Bert (1970s). Museum of Pop Culture/© SESAME WORKSHOP The main gallery lined with bolts of blue fur is an excellent touch. The...Show More Summary
By Sheryl Oh That's right. A family-friendly company is backing the guy who did 'Bone Tomahawk' and 'Brawl in Cell Block 99'. The article The Jim Henson Company Will Produce S. Craig Zahler’s ‘Hug Chickenpenny’ appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Jim Henson‘s Muppets characters are loved by people of all ages, which is why this new video (via Kottke) from the gang at Sesame Street is a gem. If you’ve ever wondered how the puppeteers behind the series bring the show’s famous characters to life, look no further. We can’t imagine stomping around in Big Bird’s giant feet […]
In which the director of BRAWL IN CELL BLOCK 99 makes a family picture. Read more...
The Jim Henson Company has acquired film rights to Hug Chickenpenny: The Panegyric of an Anomolous Child, the upcoming novel from Bone Tomahawk and Brawl in Cell Block 99 filmmaker S. Craig Zahler. He will direct the film version of his gothic, Dickensian take on The Elephant Man, which hits shelves next month. Show More Summary
Although it features few of the usual Muppets, ‘Emmet Otter’s Jug-Band Christmas’ brings the holiday spirit to the whole family