The Muppets reunite on the big screen just in time for the holidays! Jason Segel and Amy Adams headline the colorful new extravaganza, and Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy tell ET that being back feels great…
"I am so happy to share moi's talent with all my fans after all this time again," brags Piggy. "It's really very fulfilling."
"Well, that's certainly important," agrees Kermit, "And I also love the idea that we get to reach out to all the young fans who haven't seen the Muppets on the big screen before. That's fun."
A huge fan of the Muppets ever since he was young, Jason co-wrote the script for the entertaining family film, and he explains, "I wrote the script with my partner Nick Stoller, but it's the Muppets who brought the movie to life, I must say. We just worked hard to create a situation where the Muppets could make as big a movie as possible and then they really took the torch from there."
The Muppets finds the old gang reuniting to save their theater from Tex Richman (Chris Cooper), a greedy oil tycoon. In order to raise the money to save the beloved space, they stage The Greatest Muppet Telethon Ever. The movie also introduces a brand-new Muppet character named Walter, who plays Jason's brother.
The Muppets dances into theaters November 23.