The Muppets


1h 43m 2011

Brief Synopsis

On vacation in Los Angeles, Walter, the world's biggest Muppet fan, his brother Gary and Gary's girlfriend Mary from Smalltown, USA, discover the nefarious plan of oilman Tex Richman to raze the Muppet Theater and drill for the oil recently discovered beneath the Muppets' former stomping grounds. To stage a telethon and raise the $10 million needed to save the theater, Walter, Mary and Gary help Kermit reunite the Muppets, who have all gone their separate ways: Fozzie now performs with a Reno casino tribute band called the Moopets, Miss Piggy is a plus-size fashion editor at Vogue Paris, Animal is in a Santa Barbara clinic for anger management, and Gonzo is a high-powered plumbing magnate.

Film Details

Also Known As
Die Muppets (auch in 3D), Greatest Muppet Movie Ever Made, The, Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time, I Muppet, Les Muppets, le retour, Los Muppets, Mupparna, Muppet, Muppet Movie, Muppetki, Muppets, Muppets (auch in 3D), Muppets Movie Sequel, Muppets The Movie, Os Marretas, Os Muppets
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Family
Musical
Sequel
Release Date
2011
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Synopsis

Walter is the world's biggest Muppet fan. When he and his friends uncover an oilman's plan to raze the Muppet Theater, they help Kermit reunite the Muppets to stage a telethon to raise the $10 million needed to save it.

Crew

Amy Adams

Song Performer

Jesse Adams

Production Assistant

Rahel Afiley

Costume Designer

Peter Alvarez

Foreman

Scott M. Anderson

On-Set Dresser

Paul Andrejco

Puppeteer

Audrey Anzures

Hair Stylist

Aristedis Archontis

Song

Ulysses Argetta

Compositor

Brian Armstrong

Sound Effects

Kenny Ascher

Song

Kami Asgar

Supervising Sound Editor

Lauren Attinello

Puppeteer

Maryellen Aviano-roberts

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Adam Avitabile

Compositor

Megan Bailey

Puppeteer

Karen Baird

Costumer

Laura Baker

Costumer

Martin G Baker

Executive Producer

Natalie Ballesteros

Production Secretary

Gregory B. Ballora

Puppeteer

David Barclay

Puppeteer

Jason Barnoski

Assistant Editor

Bill Barretta

Puppeteer

Bill Barretta

Associate Producer

Craig Bauer

Assistant Camera

Alan Baumgarten

Editor

Christophe Beck

Music Composer

Bryan Becker

Stunts

Robert Bell

Special Effects Technician

Maxine Bergen

Script Supervisor

John Berger

Assistant Art Director

Dave Bergstrom

Rerecording

Sarena Bhargava

Sculptor

David Bianco

Score Recording

Carol Binion

Puppeteer

Andrew Wegman Bird

Song

Andrew Wegman Bird

Song Performer

Derek Bird

Compositor

Leo Birenberg

Music Coordinator

Jack Black

Cameo

Matthew Blackshear

Film Lab

Cheryl Blalock

Costumes

Tim Blaney

Puppeteer

Kathryn Blondell

Hair

Emily Blunt

Cameo

Corinne Bogdanowicz

Colorist

Bryan Booth

Lighting Technician

Beau Borders

Sound Mixer

Marc Borders

Costumes

Cynthia N Braga

Special Effects Technician

Mary Brehmer

Puppeteer

Jill Breitzman

Post-Production Supervisor

Matthew Brennan

Puppeteer

Michael W Brennan

Dolly Grip

Charles Brewer

Stunts

Seth Brower

Compositor

Christopher Brown

Song

Randin L Brown

Production Assistant

Jeanette Browning

Adr

Stephanie Bucklew

Post-Production Accountant

Cynthia Buell

Compositor

Tyler Bunch

Puppeteer

Brittany Burgess

Production Assistant

Don Burgess

Director Of Photography

Don Burgess

Dp/Cinematographer

Don Burgess

Other

Michael Burgess

Director Of Photography

Michael Burgess

Dp/Cinematographer

Michael Burgess

Other

Kelli Burton

Puppeteer

Michael Bush

Puppeteer

Andrew Max Cahn

Art Director

Rommel Calderon

Cgi Artist

Kacie S. Calhoun

Assistant

Greg Callas

Construction Coordinator

Erin Campbell

Assistant

Steve Cantamessa

Sound Mixer

Michael Capton

Cg Supervisor

Christian Cardona

Compositor

Des Carey

Film Lab

Kevin Carlson

Puppeteer

Chris Carnel

Stunts

Leslie Carrara

Puppeteer

James Carville

Cameo

Lori Castro

Music Scoring Mixer

Monica Castro

Assistant Property Master

Chris Caswell

Music Arranger

A J Catalone

Mechanical Special Effects

Steph Cathro

Puppeteer

Adam Chambers

Lighting Technician

Sum-tszsuet-ying Chan

3-D Animator

Laurie Charchut

Other

Jim Charmatz

Character Animation

Kristin Charney

Puppeteer

Deborah Chatham

Costumer

Chris Cheatham

Modelmaker

John Cherevka

Digital Artist

Roy Cheung

3-D Animator

Yik-kan Cheung

Compositor

Chung-wing Chiang

3-D Animator

Ka-yan Choi

Visual Effects

Cheong-lung Chow

3-D Animator

Jaymee Christopherson

Props Assistant

Jeff Chumas

Stunts

Jesse Ho Chun

Compositor

Denis Sze Chun-lun

Compositor

Michael Cioni

Film Lab

Peter Cioni

Film Lab

David S Clark

Assistant Editor

Mark Patick Clark

Boom Operator

Darrell Claunch

Compositor

Kurt Cobain

Song

Richmond G Cogswell

Video Assist/Playback

Mckenzie Ridgeway Collins

Production Assistant

Michael Collins

Compositor

Antonio Contreras

Modelmaker

Mark Coo

Grip

Michael Coo

Key Grip

Benjamin Cook

Sound Effects

Chris Cooper

Song Performer

Ken Cornett

Modelmaker

Dave Covarrubias

Mechanical Special Effects

John Coven

Storyboard Artist

William Cox

Compositor

Suzanne Cranfill

Costume Supervisor

Greg Crawford

Adr Mixer

Melissa Creighton

Puppeteer

John Cucci

Foley Artist

Steven Cueva

Assistant Camera

John T. Cypert

Stunts

Abbie D'andrea

Casting Assistant

Gary Dahlquist

Rigging Gaffer

Nathan Danforth

Puppeteer

Max Daniels

Stunts

Annette Dash

Payroll Accountant

Tim Davies

Music Conductor

Troy Dederick

Special Effects Foreman

Jeff Deist

Modelmaker

Enrique Del Rio

Camera

Amy Delay

Puppeteer

Alan Demoss

Score Recording

Christine Dempsey

Apprentice

John Denicola

Song

Andrea Detwiler

Puppeteer

Sean Devine

Dolly Grip

Brian Dinkins

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Alice Dinnean

Puppeteer

Dawn Dinninger

Visual Effects

Tommy Donald

Grip

Mark Donaldson

Stunts

Doris Donnenberg

Production Supervisor

Zoli Dora

Stunts

Terri Douglas

Adr Voice Casting

Tracey A Doyle

Set Decorator

Katie Drake

Assistant

Teresa Jaimie Drapkin

Payroll Accountant

Richard Duarte

Foley Mixer

Mitch Dubin

Camera Operator

Isabelle Dufour

Puppeteer

A.j. Dunn

Stunts

Thomas Dupont

Stunts

Chaz Dupuis

Other

Richard Dyar

Puppeteer

Julianne Eggold

Assistant Location Manager

Kheireddine El-helou

Apprentice

Scott Elgin

Score Recording

Brad Elliott

Puppeteer

Greg Etheredge

Electrician

Debbie Evans

Stunts

Henri Ewaskio

Puppeteer

Leslie Feist

Cameo

Katie Fellion

Film Lab

Kim Ferandelli

Assistant

Alex Ferguson

Puppeteer

Giovanni Ferrara

Painter

Terri Ferraro

Other

Heather Fetter

Compositor

Morgan Filteau

Puppeteer

Danny Finn

Assistant Location Manager

Kelly Fischer

Compositor

Damien Fisher

Modelmaker

Jeremy Fitzgerald

Stunts

Beau Floch

Score Recording

Erik Flockoi

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Andy Flores

Painter

Jamelle Flowers

Costumer

Chris Flynn

Compositor

Richard Ford

Music Editor

William Harry Fortuna

Assistant Location Manager

Jenny Foster

Visual Effects Producer

Jeremy Fry

Stunts

Nicki Gardiner

Costumes

Scott Garfield

Still Photographer

David Geoghegan

Compositor

Buddy Gheen

Compositor

Mickey Giacomazzi

Stunts

Hector Gika

Sound Effects Editor

Vanessa Giles

Puppeteer

Duncan Gillis

Puppeteer

Film Details

Also Known As
Die Muppets (auch in 3D), Greatest Muppet Movie Ever Made, The, Greatest Muppet Movie of All Time, I Muppet, Les Muppets, le retour, Los Muppets, Mupparna, Muppet, Muppet Movie, Muppetki, Muppets, Muppets (auch in 3D), Muppets Movie Sequel, Muppets The Movie, Os Marretas, Os Muppets
MPAA Rating
PG
Genre
Comedy
Family
Musical
Sequel
Release Date
2011
Distribution Company
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 43m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Wide Release in United States Fall November 23, 2011

Released in United States on Video March 20, 2012

Based on Disney's Muppet properties and characters.

Phil Lord and Chris Miller were previously mentioned to direct.

Nicholas Stoller was previously mentioned to direct.

Jim Henson's Muppets have previously appeared in six films starting with "The Muppet Movie" (USA/1979) directed by James Frawley; "The Great Muppet Caper" (USA/1981) directed by Jim Henson; "The Muppets Take Manhattan" (USA/1984) directed by Frank Oz; "The Muppet Christmas Carol" (USA/1992); "Muppet Treasure Island" (USA/1996), both directed by Brian Henson; and, "Muppets From Space" (USA/1999) directed by Tim Hill.

Details of the storyline are being kept under wraps.

Released in United States on Video March 20, 2012

Wide Release in United States Fall November 23, 2011