In addition to the photos and video from last night’s world premiere, Walt Disney Studios and Muppets Studio have provided us with several new high resolution stills from Muppets Most Wanted (March 21, 2014), which have been added the beginning of our gallery embedded below.
Walt Disney Studios and Muppets Studio have provided is with many photos and video highlights of the star-studded red carpet premiere of Muppets Most Wanted (March 21, 2014) held at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood yesterday evening.
At the event, newcomer Constantine was joined by Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and several of the other Muppets along with film stars Ricky Gervais, Tina Fey and Ty Burrell along with those who had cameo appearances in the film including Rob Corrdry, Josh Groban, Ray Liotta, Danny Trejo and Dylan ‘Hornswoggle’ Postl. Other invited guests included Adam Scott, Ali Landry, Alison Sweeney, Angie Everhart, Catherine Bell, Charlotte Ross, Dylan McDermott, Elisabeth Rohm, Eva LaRue, Finola Hughes, Gina Rodriguez, Jason Priestly, Karina Smirnoff, Ken Marino, Mario Lopez, Melora Hardin, Miguelito, Monica Potter, Nadine Velazquez, Nestor Carbonell, Nick Swardson, Nick Wheeler, Peter Principato, Samantha Harris, Tia Mowry, Tito Ortiz and Wayne Brady.
Walt Disney Studios has provided us with nine new high-res versions of recently released stills from Maleficent (May 30, 2014), which has been added to the beginning of our gallery embedded below. Although a couple of the stills actually came from the Dream trailer aired during the Grammys, there are some bonified gems in the new set including an endearing shot of Mama Angelina and daughter Vivienne Jolie-Pitt as a very young Aurora.
‘Well, Well,’ read the single tweet that emanated from the newly created (and verified) Twitter account of a user who goes by the name of Maleficent. Accompanying the tweet was this final one sheet poster for the film which debuts in theaters on May 30, 2014.
Walt Disney Studios and Muppet Studios have just released a new clip from their upcoming film, Muppets Most Wanted (March 21, 2014), titled ‘The Evil Plan.’ In the clip, which you can find below, Constantine /aka/ Number One and Dominic Badguy /aka/ ‘spacebar spacebar spacebar’ Number Two discuss their evil plan, proving the age-old adage ‘it’s not easy being mean.’
Walt Disney Studios and Muppet Studios have just released a new clip from their upcoming film, Muppets Most Wanted (March 21, 2014), titled ‘Welcome to the Big House.’ In the clip, which you can find below, Constantine — er — Kermit finds himself in a Russian prison where he is welcomed by Nadya (Tina Fey) who clearly shows no sympathy for the Number One villain.
Walt Disney Studios and Muppet Studios have just released a new clip from their upcoming film, Muppets Most Wanted (March 21, 2014), titled ‘Keeping Up Appearances.’ In the clip, which you can find below, Kermit — er — Constantine and Number Two, Dominic Badguy, are in the midst of evilly-plotting aboard a circus train the Muppets are using to tour Europe, when Piggy interrupts to seek closure with her lovers’ quarrel.
Picking up nearly where the previously released clip left off, Disney/Pixar has released a new clip from the upcoming Monsters University short, ‘Party Central,’ which will play in front of Muppets Most Wanted when it hits theaters on March 21, 2014. In the new clip, which you can find embedded below, Mike and Sulley reveal their plan to make the greatest party of the year at Oozma Kappa by ‘stealing’ another party.
Monsters University‘s ‘Party Central’ features the vocal talents of Billy Crystal, John Goodman, Peter Sohn, Julia Sweeney, Charlie Day, Nathan Fillion, Dave Foley, Sean Hayes, Bobby Moynihan and Joel Murray.
Earlier this evening, during the live telecast of the 86th Annual Academy Awards presentation, Broadway diva and Tony Award winner Idina Menzel took to the Dolby Theatre stage to perform the Oscar-winning song ‘Let It Go’ from Disney’s Frozen. Pictured left are Menzel and Frozen co-star Kristen Bell on the red carpet prior the Awards program (photo courtesy of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences).
Embedded below, you can find the televised performance of ‘Let It Go,’ also courtesy of AMPAS, which earned Menzel a standing ovation from the A-List audience.