Mad Monty- With his only appearance being in Muppet Treasure Island, a reappearance from Mad Monty seems unlikely.
We all know there's been talk of a another Muppet Movie coming out later this month. Well. I thought I would make a list of the 10 muppets that probably won't be in this film, but we'd be surprised if they did show up.
Clueless Morgan and Polly Lobster- Yet two other pirates I doubt we're going to see in the trailer for the upcoming movie.
Miss Mousey- Since she hasn't appeared since then, a reappearance from her seems unlikely. She was also the only female muppet not seen in the Muppets (2011) or its sequel
James Bobin Muppet- With this puppet's only appearance being in the Muppets (2011), a reappearance from this puppet seems unlikely. Just because it didn't appear in the sequel Muppets Most Wanted, doesn't mean it won't ever be reused again.
Mean Mama- Since her only film appearance was The Muppet Movie (1979), the odds of James Bobin writing in a script for Mean Mama seem unlikely, but who knows. Maybe he will.
Slim Wilson- Just because fellow fiddler Gramps managed to make a comeback last spring in Muppets Most Wanted, a comeback for Slim Wilson seems unlikely. Or the rest of the Jughuggers for that matter.
Doglion- This is yet another muppet monster I doubt James Bobin will write a script in for.
Larry and Oliver- Since they did not appear in Muppets Most Wanted, I doubt we'll see much of them nowadays
Old Joe- Since he was the only pirate not at the gulag in Muppets Most Wanted, I doubt James Bobin will write in a script for this obscure arachnid
Phil van Neuter- Since he did not appear in any of the trailers for Muppets Most Wanted, I doubt we're going to see much of this crazy doctor nowadays
Bill the Bubble Guy- Since neither him, Mr. Poodlepants, or Mulch appeared in the Tower of London wedding scene in Muppets Most Wanted, I doubt we're going to see much of him, Mr. Poodlepants, and Mulch nowadays
That just about concludes this countdown of the ten muppets we probably won't see in the upcoming film. I'll see you guys all later.
I don't know where to start except to say i liked it for the most part. Let's start with the whole Constantine-Kermit lookalike thing, shall we? Okay, so even with a shorter collar, Constantine still resembled Kermit. The shiny tuxes on Kermit, Gonzo, Scooter, Walter, Fozzie, Miss Piggy, and Rowlf at the beginning was a nice touch, especially with the gold bow ties and hats. At the train station scene we got returning characters from the last movie, such as Wayne and Wanda, which was nice. Now to move on to the gulag. Not much to talk about here, but it gets good from here, because locked up...
Hi guys, I watched the Muppets Most Wanted last month and I wanted to say that the movie was awesome. So congrats!
The characters really brought to life once again, and I am very happy again. Ricky Gervais portrayed a very good comedian despite that he is the villain of the story along with Kermit's evil alter ego! Speaking of him, he is so hilarious that I could not refrain myself from laughing. Especially with his thick Russian accent! But, I give kudos to his voice actor for it, so congratulations to all of the stars of the movie that make it marvelous!