Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. Show More Summary
``All of these "notes" are simply bundles of risk-free bonds subsidized by written derivative premiums on oil-prices - and sold to greater-fool yield-reaching muppet investors around the world who never saw a short-term tren they did...Show More Summary
The classic Charles Dickens tale "A Christmas Carol" is a holiday staple, and the 1992 adaptation starring The Muppets just made the story that much better. The spunky Jim Henson puppets put their own stamp on the holiday story, complete...Show More Summary
Twenty-two years ago yesterday, The Muppet Christmas Carol was released into theaters, and would eventually go on to become a holiday classic. It's a film that you've probably seen if you were growing up or raising children in the 90's, and chances are the version you saw primarily was on home video. Show More Summary
Rainbow Missed Connections.
Go home, Tim Burton and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. You simply cannot compete with the Muppet Jabberwock. The Muppets are perfection. Read more...
Post by Jacqueline Burt For a show about monsters and a giant talking bird, Sesame Street has always kept it real. (Consider Oscar the Grouch, who lives in a garbage can and is, well, as unpleasant as you'd expect a dumpster-dweller to be.) Sesame Street was multicultural before "multicultural" was even a word. Show More Summary
The holidays on TV means a parade of specials celebrating the season. In fact, a lot of them are the sole reason some people take a break from the baking and presents. Classics like "A Charlie Brown Christmas" and "It's a Wonderful Life"...Show More Summary
Last weekend, Cinema Sins Jeremy had some extra time on his hands and decided to mash up the dialogue from Quentin Tarantino films with the acting chops of the Muppets.
Warning: This video contains strong language that may be offensive to some. We've seen them rap to the Beastie Boys and Naughty by Nature, but this mashup casts the Muppets in a more controversial role. YouTube channel CinemaSins Jeremy...Show More Summary
From Muppet Studios -- Ringing of the Bells with Beaker, The Swedish Chef, and Animal.
It's that time a year where families gather around the TV to watch their favorite holiday specials. From "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" to "Frosty the Snowman" to "A Charlie Brown Christmas," they're hard to avoid -- not that you would want to. Show More Summary
This week we received an email from a filmmaker about his crowdfunding campaign for a feature called The Delicate Art of Puppetry. It’s a high school movie focused on a nerdy kid who is a fledgling puppeteer, and I guess his two hand puppets are sentient and take control of the boy’s life. Show More Summary
Editor Mylo the Cat did a brilliant job chopping up scenes of Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear and Beaker so it looks like they’re singing Naughty by Nature’s 1993 hip-hop-pop juggernaut, Hip Hop Hooray.
Thursday morning Disney is expected to announce a large set of changes for Disneyland Parks and resort, including a big investment in Frozen in Disney California Adventure and Disneyland, The Muppets‘ DCA theatre will be gone for a while, a Cars Land ride replacement and more. Show More Summary
Today's video is brought to you by the letters "A" and "O." When people look back on the history of viral videos, Muppets rapping will be remembered as one of the most potent artforms of our era. Indeed, who can forget 2008's classic...Show More Summary
Kermit the Frog, Fozzie Bear, and guests cover Naughty By Nature's 1993 classic Hip Hop Hooray. See also The Muppets covering The Beastie Boys, Kanye, and M.O.P. Tags: Naughty By Nature The Muppets music remix video
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Goldman Sachs' 2015 global equity views and themes note is out and its title "The Long Grind Higher Continues" says it all... it's muppet slaughtering time... As we look into 2015 we have several broad views on equities: Overall returns...Show More Summary
Kermit the Frog and Fozzie Bear appear to sing the Naughty By Nature song “Hip Hop Hooray” in a video edited by Mylo the Cat. Earlier, Mylo the Cat created a similar video where Muppet characters appear to sing “So What’Cha Want” by The Beastie Boys. For comparison, here is the original music video for […]