‘Muppets Most Wanted’ Unnecessarily Extended Edition with Three Cuts on Blu-ray August 12

'Muppets Most Wanted' Unnecessaruily Extended Edition on Blu-rayWalt Disney Studios Home Entertainment today announced the Blu-ray and Disney Movies Anywhere release of Muppets Most Wanted: Unnecessarily Extended Edition on August 12, 2014. The home edition of the Muppets comedy will feature three different cuts: the Original Theatrical Cut, the Statler and Waldorf Cut and The Unnecessarily Extended Cut, featuring 12 minutes of exclusive scenes not shown in theaters.

Additional bonus material includes: the laugh-out-loud gag reel, ‘The Longer, Longest Blooper Reel in Muppets History;’ ‘Rizzo’s Biggest Fan’ featurette; and the music video for ‘I Can Give You What You Want’ performed by Bret McKenzie.

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WATCH: ‘I’ll Get You What You Want’ Video with Bret McKenzie from ‘Muppets Most Wanted’

'Muppets Most Wanted' SoundtrackWalt Disney Records and Vevo today debuted the music video for ‘I’ll Get You What You Want (Cockatoo in Malibu)’ performed by songwriter and Oscar winner Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords, from the original motion picture soundtrack now available from Amazon and iTunes. In addition, the track is also being made available as a free bonus download when you purchase a ticket in advance for the film from Fandango.

In the film (and on the soundtrack), the song is performed by Constantine in an attempt to win over Miss Piggy by promising her virtually anything she dreams of.

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‘Muppets Most Wanted’ Early Screening, Bret McKenzie Sing-A-Long in New York

'Muppets Most Wanted' PosterTickets went on sale earlier this evening for the annual New York International Children’s Film Festival in New York City today and, continuing their gracious participation, Disney is allowing the festival to screen Muppets Most Wanted on March 15, almost a full week before it debuts in theaters. In addition to the early screening of the sequel, the festival is offering a screening of the previous 2011 film, The Muppets, but as a special sing-along edition with guest Bret McKenzie of Flight of the Conchords, who wrote the songs for both films.

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