Jason Segel, Amy Adams, Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and the stars of Disney's family comedy, opening in U.S. theaters Nov. 23, walked the green carpet at the film's premiere on Nov. 12 at Hollywood's El Capitan Theatre. The feature, penned by Segel and Nicholas Stoller, marks the first Muppets movie made in 12 years.
Under gray skies in Los Angeles, The Muppets star Amy Adams walked the green carpet at the premiere of her upcoming Disney comedy co-starring Jason Segel wearing a form-fitting dual-toned dress. To ramp up the release of the film, trailers spoofing television shows and recent movies, including Breaking Dawn, Paranormal Activity and Green Lantern, were released.
Jason Segel and Amy Adams
A big Muppets fan, Jason Segel, who stars and co-wrote the screenplay, reunites with Amy Adams. The PG-rated film, opening Nov. 23 in the U.S., has a slew of cameos, including Alan Arkin, Jack Black, Billy Crystal and Zach Galifianakis.
Miss Piggy arrives in style at the Los Angeles premiere of The Muppets, the first film in 12 years. Earlier this month, Miss Piggy and Kermit dropped by WWE's Monday Night Raw to branch out their audience a little. “Is he a cowboy or pirate?” asked Piggy when one of the WWE personalities walked onstage.
Parks and Recreation actress Rashida Jones plays Veronica, an ABC executive, in the anticipated big-screen effort.
Kermit the Frog
Kermit the Frog arrives at the premiere of his latest movie, which marks a big test for Disney. If the film succeeds at the box office, Disney will have figured out how to relaunch a neglected franchise that was among the most storied in the media world.
James Bobin and Jason Segel
Director James Bobin, most recently working on Flight of the Conchords and Da Ali G Show, catches up with Jason Segel on Saturday.
Neil Patrick Harris
Neil Patrick Harris, also starring in A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas, is among one of several A-listers making cameos in the movie. Harris recently spoke to THR about the fire that hit Hollywood's Magic Castle. “We dodged a lot of bullets. It could’ve been much, much worse. It was minutes, floorboards away from being a huge, huge disaster," he said. “I think we’ll be able to open relatively soon again and get back to business."
Once Upon a Time star Jennifer Morrison dons a blue dress and nude pumps at The Muppets premiere. Morrison has a lot to smile about, her ABC fairy tale series was given a full-season order.
Jason Segel, Amy Adams and the Muppets
Jason Segel, Amy Adams and the Muppets share a moment. The Muppets soundtrack features Feist, four original songs by Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie and Andrew Bird. The characters also cover Nirvana's "Smells Like Teen Spirit" and Cee Lo Green's "Forget You" on the Walt Disney Records release, out Nov. 21.
Chris Cooper,recently cast in HBO project The Corrections based on the Jonathan Franzen novel of the same name,plays the villainous Tex Richman in The Muppets, a guy who wants to buy the movie studio to dig for oil underneath the lot.
Amy Adams snaps a photo with a fan at the L.A. premiere.
EliminatedDancing With the Stars contestant Nancy Grace stopped by, waving to photographers and the crowd at the movie premiere. "The reality is that I came into this for one reason, to give a big fat paycheck to the National Center for Missing children," she told THR after being ousted from the ABC competition. "And that's exactly what I'm going to do. I've been very blessed."
Lisa Rinna had a day out on the town, writing on her Twitter account Saturday, "Fun day with the kids Muppets Movie then the musical South Pacific tonight! My kind of day!!!"
Disney Channel star Bella Thorne poses with the official Muppets poster at at the El Capitan Theatre. The Shake It Up! star headlines next year's telepic Frenemies with her Shake It Up! co-star Zendaya Coleman.
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