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New Sesame Street movie in development with Warner Bros.

Pig's Laundry

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Before anyone passes judgement, just remember: Brett McKenzie also wrote naughty novelty songs and his output on both Muppet films was superb.
Very true. I just laughed as soon as I saw the article, because the first thing I thought of was this...
 

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Oh, and more plot details...

"In the movie, directed by Jonathan Krisel, Big Bird and his Sesame Street friends are mysteriously expelled from their neighborhood, finding themselves in Manhattan. They team up with a plucky history show host Sally Hawthorne who’s on a quest to save her show and prove that Sesame Street actually exists, with obstacles created by the “evil” mayor, with reasons of his own for keeping Sesame Street hidden from the world."

This sounds...weird.
 

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Well it's very hard to get anything or make a decision out of a brief plot detail that may change.
I suggest wait for the trailers before you make a decision. And not just jump ship before we've actually seen any footage
 
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