79 songs qualify for Oscars, four more than last year
The Muppets News, Movies and Background
Animal is a beast of an MC
FX will take down a few of the billboards, featuring a worm crawling through an eyeball
“Hey, ‘The Strain’ billboards: f— you! People have little kids in this city who don’t want to be scared out of their goddamn minds!”
James Bobin is directing the sequel, which will co-star Sacha Baron Cohen as the villain
Another member of the Apatow school is ready for his blockbuster moment
James Bobin is directing the sequel for Disney
Self-aware jokes, absurdist plot twists — and who else would put Danny Trejo and Ray Liotta in musical numbers?
Studio's animated offerings to include "Storks" and "The LEGO Movie"
Ricky Gervais is in negotiations to play the lead role in "The Muppets" sequel, to be directed by James Bobin for Disney
James Bobin will return to direct follow-up to 2011’s “The Muppets”
The big-screen adaptation "The Hunger Games" receives a new twist — featuring a plunger-wielding puppet
From a happy Gary Oldman to unexpectedly great 3D to a dog who wore out his welcome, some indelible awards-season moments
Piggy — and Kermit — strike back after network commentators accuse movie of trying to "brainwash" kids
“Flight of the Conchords” star wrote Muppet songs before heading back to Middle-earth for “The Hobbit”
A handful of big names will be competing for the Best Song Oscar, but watch out for those little felt figures
Overall market worth only $78M; indie drama “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” enjoys huge limited debut
“Is liberal Hollywood using class warfare to brainwash our kids?” Duh
On a typically sluggish post-Thanksgiving weekend, “The Muppets” grosses a soft $11.2M, while “Hugo” manages only $7.6M
With the unveiling of “War Horse,” “The Iron Lady,” “Young Adult” and “We Bought a Zoo,” a muddy picture gets slightly clearer
What was supposed to be a big holiday weekend for family fare was dominated by week No. 2 of a vampire movie; still, “Muppets” did...
With late-night appearances on everything from “SNL” to “Chelsea Lately,” how grown-ups were lured in for the puppet revival
It’s the biggest movie-going weekend of the year, but is it big enough to support four family films in wide release?
- By Alonso Duralde on November 22, 2011 @ 12:24 pm
The deeply felt superstars of TV and movies make a glorious comeback, with Jason Segel and Amy Adams providing strong support
Rumors swirl about Ricky Gervais’s return to the Golden Globes and Brian Grazer’s search for an Oscar host
Billy Crystal, Alan Arkin and Jean-Claude Van Damme will also make cameo appearances