KERMIT IS A RECLUSEKermit the Frog (Kermit the Frog) lives a quiet, solitary life. It's been a few years since THE MUPPETS last performed together and Kermit doesn't realize how much he misses his
PIGGY IS VOGUE EDITORMiss Piggy (Miss Piggy) showcases her diva attitude and big personality in a new made-to-order gig in Disney's THE MUPPETS. As plus-size editor of Vogue Paris, she shares her sublime fashion sensibilities with readers worldwide... at least until Kermit shows up. Playing the role of Miss Piggy is none other than Miss Piggy (Muppets from Space, TV's The Muppet Show). "It's the role I was born to play," says the internationally famous star. "Moi plays a high-powered, confident, charismatic, gorgeous, scene-stealing star who saves the day and
GONZO IS A PLUMB- ING MAG- NATEGonzo the Great (The Great Gonzo) has been very busy since THE MUPPETS last performed. Gonzo's career is now down the drain-literally. "I play a plumbing magnate," says the daredevil who returns to the role he single handedly made famous. "In this movie, we see what happens when I pursue plumbing-my original career choice. Actually, show business and plumbing have a lot in common-especially when it comes to clogs and snakes." It
This is Disney's seventh THE MUPPET movie! More than 120 Muppets appear in the film! The film tapped 60 dancers to perform with Jason Segel and Amy Adams for the "Everything's Great" opening musical performance. A total of 12 different costumes were made for Miss Piggy - more costume changes than any other actor in the film. Hollywood Blvd. was shut down for two evenings to record the finale dance scene of the reprise of "Everything's Great," featuring 100 dancers.
ANIMAL'S ON ANGER MANAGEMENTAnimal (Animal) , the ultimate rock n' roll survivor, finally addresses a troublesome personality trait and finds himself in an anger management program in Disney's THE MUPPETS. He's
FOZZIE IS A CASINO STARFozzie Bear (Fozzie Bear) lives to make people laugh. So during THE MUPPETS' extended hiatus, the stand-up comic bear was determined to keep his act and the spirit of THE MUPPETS alive - even if it meant joining up with a Reno casino tribute band called the Moopets. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and the Moopets may be sincere, but they're also a little creepy.