I had this idea around 2000 that I posted on here, where the film starts off with the Muppets working in a zany fun chaotic dot com company...with the usual penguins flying, beaker getting the brunt of electricity, etc. My idea was that in downtown(whatever city it took place) there was a tall ornate corporate highrise, where the top floors were overrun by Dark Crystal/Labyrinth looking creatures lead by a Christopher Walken type CEO character. A not so subtle metaphor of corporate/bank company greed and excess.Oh, very nice. That's good then. That's always been a fun concept in general. My first and second year of film school that was an idea that actually got thrown around a bit, it was more of a movie about a film where everything goes horribly wrong , but same concept.
Whatever they come out with I'm sure it will be good. Thanks for the info.
Why do I get the feeling "Cheapest Muppet Movie Ever" may end up not being the film script they end up going with by the time the cameras roll?Ooh - that's something i hadn't even thought of - movie merchandise! Lots of fun possibilities there - i can just picture a "The Cheapest Muppet Shirt Ever Made" T shirt! (Of course that would also probably keep it from going for "Fraggle Rock" prices!)
You're not the only one who recalls it being billed for 2010, but I too cannot remember who said it or when. Still I think it's possible. there's always a family film that gets released to cinemas on boxing day. I would hazard a guess that it's gonna be closer to the the 2011 end of 2010 if it is released this year, but scripts were being worked on throughout last year if we're to believe the whisperings from Segel and co. and even if they're not on board for this movie there's got to be every chance a script isn't far off.Oh! Must have been misinformed, but don't remember where I got that information from. Sorry! But I am excited for the movie.
Getting a giggle out of the thought of a "naughty copy" of a Muppet flick - yeah i know you're referring to a bootleg but the term lends itself to other fun manner of interpretation.I don't want to be forced to see a naughty copy because I can't wait.
Haha didn't even dawn on me like that when I wrote it. But wouldn't a copy of naughty Muppets just be an Avenue Q dvd?Getting a giggle out of the thought of a "naughty copy" of a Muppet flick - yeah i know you're referring to a bootleg but the term lends itself to other fun manner of interpretation.
Either way, it would be kind of a kick to view "A Cheap Copy of The Cheapest Muppet Movie Ever Made"