The force is strong with us Star Wars fans today!
First we get a blooper reel from A New Hope, and then the internet strikes back, and we get this lost footage from Return of the Jedi!
When we watched this we shouted, "Aaaaghghghwweaererk," which is Wookie for "cool!"
The missing footage shows the man who voiced practically half of all Muppets ever, Frank Oz, hard at work portraying Yoda in one the most emotionally charged scenes from the trilogy: the death of that little, grammatically challenged green guy!
Don't let a degobah (day go by) before you ch-ch-check out this AHmazing video (above)!!!
[Image via Disney]
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We knew Frank Oz didn't have much love for the revitalized version of The Muppets, but the more he talks about it, the more it sounds like he HATES it.
While being interviewed on the red carpet at the 38th annual Saturn Awards, where he was honored for his work in showbiz, the co-creator of The Muppets offered more criticism of the most recent movie.
Before the update even hit theaters, he said he "wasn’t happy with the script." When asked if he enjoyed Jason Segel's reboot, the original voice of Fozzie Bear said:
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Third times the charm. Maybe.
The WB wants to cash in on the musical trend by remaking Little Shop of Horrors — for the SECOND time!
Glee producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa is in talks with the studio that produced the musical's first movie remake in 1986, to pen a brand new version.
The original Little Shop of Horrors came out in 1960. The second, more popular version by Frank Oz starring Rick Moranis, Steve Martin and Ellen Greene, was released in 1986.
Obvi, Warner Brothers thinks it's lucky to remake a movie every 26 years. LOL :)
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