Video: First full ‘The Muppets’ trailer with Jason Segel, Amy Adams, Kermit and the gang

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After several parody teasers, the first official first full trailer for Disney’s upcoming revival film for “The Muppets” has found its way online. The film stars Amy Adams and Jason Segal, who also wrote its script. But the “real” stars are Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo, Beaker, and the rest of the Muppets who are back with all their Muppetational hilarity.

The trailer appears to be “unofficially” posted (for now), so it may get yanked at any moment. Watch it while you can:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ay5skbka9Yk

Prior to this full trailer for “The Muppets,” three parody-filled teasers were released to promote the film, drawing millions of YouTube views.

Video: “Green with Envy” trailer (romantic comedy parody) for “The Muppets”:

Video: “The Fuzzy Pack” trailer (“The Hangover” parody) for “The Muppets”:

Video: “Being Green” trailer (“Green Lantern” parody) for “The Muppets”:

Disney’s “The Muppets” hits US theaters on November 23, 2011.

3 Comments

  1. Emily

    So excited! It’s looking even better! My favorite trailer so far is the “Being Green”

  2. EricJ

    I dunno…Jason Segal seems to be putting a LOT of emphasis on baby-boomer Show nostalgia (“It’s time to light the lights”) as opposed to just nostalgia for the group, which sort of reduces his approach to 70’s pop-kitsch. Not exactly what Disney was hoping for to revive the franchise for new generations.

    And even though they’re trying to piece out the trailers in a campaign, like Seinfeld did with “Bee Movie”, when we get in the Lantern trailer, “Wait, what’s with all the parody trailers?…Why don’t we just show the movie? What are we trying to hide?” I had the urge to say “Um….(raises hand)?” 🙁

    1. Bill

      Hey Eric… news flash!! Those of us who grew up in the 70’s are not Baby Boomers! Baby Boomers were our parents! We are gen-x if you wanna label us… and “it’s time to light the lights” is from the Muppet Show which pilot ran in 1974 (when I was 5) and then ran for 5 seasons from 76 to 81 (when i was age 7 through 12). Sooo, I ask you this…. how does a reference from a seventies show reduce an approach to 70’s pop-kitsch?
      ….and I don’t care about a revival for new generations…. The Muppets that we grew up with were actually very radical with adult humor abound. Sorry… I can’t wait to see the movie.

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