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Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

  • Rate: 7.0/10 total 5,474 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy | Crime | Family | Musical
  • Release Date: 21 March 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 107 min
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Muppets Most Wanted (2014)

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  • IMDb page: Muppets Most Wanted (2014)
  • Rate: 7.0/10 total 5,474 votes 
  • Genre: Adventure | Comedy | Crime | Family | Musical
  • Release Date: 21 March 2014 (USA)
  • Runtime: 107 min
  • Filming Location: Pinewood Studios, Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England, UK
  • Budget: $50,000,000 (estimated)
  • Gross: $46,512,244 (USA) (15 April 2014)
  • Director: James Bobin
  • Stars: Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell, Tina Fey | See full cast and crew »
  • Original Music By: Christophe Beck   
  • Soundtrack: The Muppet Show Theme
  • Sound Mix: Datasat | Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Muppet | World Tour | The Muppets | Frog | Look Alike

Writing Credits By:

  • James Bobin (written by) &
  • Nicholas Stoller (written by)
  • Jim Henson (based on) (as Disney's Muppet properties and characters)

Known Trivia

  • At the end of the “We’re Doing a Sequel” song, Walter suggests calling the movie “Muppets Again.” “Muppets… Again!” was indeed the working title all through filming, but was changed last minute. 14 of 14 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • This is Ray Liotta’s second appearance in a Muppet movie. The other was Muppets from Space. 42 of 47 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • One of the few Muppet movies where Kermit and Miss Piggy are in the first scene. Kermit rarely shows up right away and Miss Piggy always later and never together. She doesn’t appear until an hour into Muppets Treasure Island for example. 29 of 32 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • When Bunsen sings his part in the opening number “We’re Doing a Sequel”, where he mentions this is actually their seventh sequel to The Muppet Movie (1979), 8-bit music is being played. 17 of 18 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Tina Fey and Muppet performer Matt Vogel prepared with a dialect coach for their roles of Nadya and Constantine. 39 of 46 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • James Bobin is the second director to helm more than one theatrical Muppet film. The other is Brian Henson. 23 of 29 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Ricky Gervais and Danny Trejlo who starred in this movie ironically had cameos in The Muppets which were eventually cut. 8 of 9 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • During Miss Piggy’s song “Something So Right,” she imagines what her’s and Kermit’s children would look like. This gag was originally intended to be in _The Muppets (2011)_, but was deemed too complicated to explain to audiences at the time. 3 of 3 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |
  • Ross Lynch, Debby Ryan, and Bridgit Mendler are Disney Channel stars. 28 of 76 found this interesting Interesting? YesNo |

Plot: While on a grand world tour, The Muppets find themselves wrapped into an European jewel-heist caper headed by a Kermit the Frog look-alike and his dastardly sidekick. Full summary »  »

Story: Flush with their revival’s success, Kermit the Frog and his friends are approached by Dominic Badguy to go on a world tour. Unknown to them, this is all part of the sinister plan of Constantine, the world’s most evil frog, to become the greatest thief of all time. After making sure that Kermit is jailed as himself, Constantine impersonates him to use the Muppets’ tour as cover for his scheme. While Sam the Eagle and Inspector Jean Pierre Napoleon investigate, the Muppets find their boss seems strangely changed even as Kermit desperately attempts to escape to stop the impostor. Only when Walter, Fozzie and Animal realize the truth is there a chance to prevent Constantine from pulling off the crime of the century. Written byKenneth Chisholm (kchishol@rogers.com)

Synopsis

Synopsis: The film begins exactly where the last film left off, with the muppets finishing the filming of their movie. A lively song and dance breaks out where they decide what this movie should be about. They settle on making a movie about a Muppet world tour after Ricky Gervais whispers the idea in Kermits ear.

Ricky Gervais than introduces himself as Dominic Badguy, a tour agent who has produced tours by Rhianna and U2. He wants the muppets to take their show on the road while Kermit thinks they should stay put and hone their act. But with some convincing from the other muppets, especially Walter, Kermit agrees.

Dominic gets on the phone with Constantine, a frog that looks exactly like Kermit except for a mole. Constantine is the most dangerous criminal in the world and he has just escaped jail in Siberia. He tells Dominic to meet him in Berlin and Dominic tells the muppets their first show will be in Berlin.

Kermit leads them to a tiny broken down theater and says it is all they can afford. However, Dominic convinces the muppets to ignore Kermits practicality and go for the biggest theater in Berlin which happens to be next to an art museum. Kermit is upset none of his friends listen to him and Dominic suggests a walk along an abandoned canal. There Kermit is accosted by Constantine who glues a mole to Kermits lip. The villagers think Kermit is Constantine and arrest him and send him to Siberia.

Constantine paints his lip green and infiltrates the muppets show. He faints from stage fright but the show is a sold out success anyways. While the show goes on, Constantine and Dominic break through the wall of the theater into an art museum and steal precious paintings.

The next day Detectives Eagle and Jean (Ty Burrell) examine the museum. 2 of the paintings stolen were valuable but one was not. They notice a coin Dominic left behind that says The Lemur. Dominic is the 2nd most wanted criminal behind Constantine.

Dominic and Constantine find instructions behind the worthless painting that will lead them to the crown jewels. They must get a key from Madrid so the next stop on the Muppets tour is Madrid.

Kermit is taken to Siberia where prison guard Nadia (Tina Fey) sings a song about the most glorious hotel in Russiathe big house. Kermit is thrown into jail with all the other hardened criminals, but holds out faith his friends will save him.

The muppets perform in Madrid and Kermit (Really Constantine) lets them do whatever they want which is highly unlike Kermit. He also sings a song about his love for Miss Piggy. During the show Constantine and Dominic break into a Spanish museum where they break dozens of priceless busts until they find a key inside one of them. The key says they must get a locket from the Irish National Bank in Dublin so the next stop on the Muppets tour is Dublin.s

Kermit is disheartened that none of his friends have rescued him. He tries to escape but Nadia always catches him. She convinces him to direct the prisons annual revue (convincing being more of a threatening term here).

When they arrive in Dublin, Walter begins to suspect something is wrong with Kermit. He sees Dominic sneaking around and follows him. He discovers Dominic has been paying for good reviews and good turn outs in order to distract the muppets and the public from his crimes.

Jean and Eagle examine the museum in Spain and realize the muppet shows have happened in conjunction with each crime. They interrogate the muppets but can discover nothing.

Walter and Fozzy realize Kermit is really Constantine. They escape with Animal, who has realized something was fishy all along. They run to Russia to rescue the real Kermit.

Kermit is directing the prisons revue and Nadia is falling for him quickly. Kermit finds he can direct these inmates better than his own family.

The show in Dublin begins and Constantine and Dominic steal the locket from the bank. During the show Constantine proposes to Miss Piggy and insists that their wedding be in 2 days in the tower of London-where the crown jewels are kept.

Walter, Fozzy, and Animal find Kermit and apologize for not seeing through Constantine sooner. They use the revue as cover for a massive jailbreak. They head to London to save Miss Piggy.

Miss Piggy, the muppets, and Celine Dion sing a song about how the whole thing doesnt feel quite right.

Kermit sneaks into the wedding and Miss Piggy realizes there are 2 Kermits. Constantine urges her to marry him and Kermit hangs back. This makes Miss Piggy realize who the real Kermit is.

Dominic hires a team of criminal babies (Muppet babies) to break into the crown jewels room. He uses the locket and the key to unlock the safe. He has the crown jewels.

Constantine grabs Miss Piggy as hostage and drags her to the helicopter. Dominic is there in a lemur costume and he tells Constantine he is double crossing him. Constantine says the point of a double cross is that it is secret and throws Dominic out.

Constantine tries to take Miss Piggy away but Kermit and the other Muppets defeat him in an action sequence (the movie comedically calls out its own plot devices) and are saved and together. The Muppets apologize to Kermit for not listening to him. Nadia comes and says Kermit must go back to jail for leading the jailbreak. The muppets offer to go to jail in his place. Nadia is touched and says Kermit can be free as long as they do a final performance in Siberia. They finish with a happy song about being together again.

 

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Bill Barretta known as co-producer
  • David Hoberman known as producer
  • Todd Lieberman known as producer
  • Angus More Gordon known as co-producer
  • Denis Pedregosa known as line producer: Spain
  • John G. Scotti known as executive producer
  • Nicholas Stoller known as executive producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Ricky Gervais known as Dominic Badguy
  • Ty Burrell known as Jean Pierre Napoleon
  • Tina Fey known as Nadya
  • Steve Whitmire known as Kermit the Frog / Foo Foo / Statler / Beaker / Lips / Rizzo the Rat / Link Hogthrob / The Newsman (voice)
  • Eric Jacobson known as Miss Piggy / Fozzie Bear / Sam Eagle / Animal (voice)
  • Dave Goelz known as The Great Gonzo / Dr. Bunsen Honeydew / Zoot / Beauregard / Waldorf (voice)
  • Bill Barretta known as Pepe the King Prawn / Rowlf the Dog / Dr. Teeth / The Swedish Chef / Bobo the Bear / Big Mean Carl / Baby Boss / Carlo Flamingo / Leprechaun Security Guard (voice)
  • David Rudman known as Scooter / Janice / Miss Poogy / Bobby Benson / Wayne (voice)
  • Matt Vogel known as Constantine / Floyd Pepper / Sweetums / Pops / Robin / Lew Zealand / Crazy Harry / 80's Robot / Camilla / Uncle Deadly (voice)
  • Peter Linz known as Walter / Manolo Flamingo (voice)
  • Tony Bennett known as Himself
  • Hugh Bonneville known as Irish Journalist
  • William Brand known as Berliner #2
  • Andrés Cantor known as Announcer
  • Jemaine Clement known as Prison King
  • Kenneth Collard known as Berliner #1
  • Sean Combs known as Himself
  • Rob Corddry known as First AD
  • Mackenzie Crook known as Prado Museum Guard #1
  • Céline Dion known as Piggy Fairy Godmother
  • Lady Gaga known as Herself
  • Zach Galifianakis known as Hobo Joe
  • Josh Groban known as Maximum Security Prisoner
  • Salma Hayek known as Herself
  • Tom Hiddleston known as The Great Escapo
  • Tom Hollander known as Theater Manager
  • Toby Jones known as Prado Museum Guard #2
  • Frank Langella known as Beefeater Vicar
  • Ray Liotta known as Big Papa
  • Ross Lynch known as Young Florist
  • James McAvoy known as UPS Guy
  • Aleksandar Mikic known as Other Guard
  • Chloë Grace Moretz known as Newspaper Girl
  • Fleur Poad known as Berliner #3
  • Dylan Postl known as Prisoner One (as Dylan 'Hornswoggle' Postl)
  • Usher Raymond known as The Usher
  • Miranda Richardson known as Berliner at Window
  • Saoirse Ronan known as Herself
  • Til Schweiger known as German Cop
  • Russell Tovey known as Delivery Man
  • Danny Trejo known as Danny Trejo
  • Stanley Tucci known as Ivan the Guard
  • Christoph Waltz known as Christopher Waltz
  • Tiphani Abney known as News Reporter (uncredited)
  • Shawn Aldin-Burnett known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Christine Ames known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Antonia Anderson known as Fan at Wedding (uncredited)
  • Sam Andé known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Pamela Ashton known as Miss Piggy's Number One Fan (uncredited)
  • Eran Backler known as Fan (uncredited)
  • Mark Badham known as Security Guard (uncredited)
  • Jaspal Badwell known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Russell Balogh known as Interpol Officer (uncredited)
  • Cara Bamford known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Richard Banks known as Gulag Prisoner GULP66 (uncredited)
  • Christopher James Barley known as American Army Solider (uncredited)
  • Paul Blackwell known as Interpol Officer (uncredited)
  • Hannah Blamires known as German Tourist (uncredited)
  • Sal Bolton known as Fan (uncredited)
  • Dilyana Bouklieva known as Wedding Fan (uncredited)
  • Annabel Brown known as Fan (uncredited)
  • Pablo Bubar known as Dublin-Madrid Spectator (uncredited)
  • Jill Buchanan known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Billy Burke known as Dancer (uncredited)
  • Lauren Carne known as Miis Piggy's Fan (uncredited)
  • Elaine Caulfield known as Irish Audience (uncredited)
  • Robert Clayton known as Gulag Prison Guard (uncredited)
  • Ian Conningham known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Pamela Betsy Cooper known as German Lady in the Audience (uncredited)
  • Chris Cowlin known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Lee Craven known as Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Sam Creed known as German Stage Manager (uncredited)
  • Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro known as Spanish Audience (uncredited)
  • Hazel D'Jan known as La Señorita (uncredited)
  • Nathan Danforth known as Additional Muppet Performer (uncredited)
  • Sophia Del Pizzo known as Wedding Planner (uncredited)
  • Leigh Dent known as Wedding Planner (uncredited)
  • Katie Derry known as Showgirl (uncredited)
  • John Duggan known as Fan at Miss Piggy's Wedding (uncredited)
  • Chloe Edmonds known as German Woman / Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Ryan Edwards known as Fan (uncredited)
  • Faith Elizabeth known as German Audience Member (uncredited)
  • David Fennessy known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Mike Firth known as Museum Guard (uncredited)
  • Marco Flammer known as Interpol Agent (uncredited)
  • Dexter Fletcher known as (uncredited)
  • Hannah Flynn known as Dancer and Showgirl (uncredited)
  • Ricardo Freitas known as Mobster (uncredited)
  • Elisa Gabrielli known as Actress (uncredited)
  • Cynthia Garbutt known as Madrid Spectator (uncredited)
  • Elijah Garcia known as Spanish Audience (uncredited)
  • Louise Gold known as Annie Sue / Wanda (uncredited)
  • David Golt known as Irish Parent / Shopper (uncredited)
  • Olesya Grushko known as Showgirl (uncredited)
  • Kenton Hall known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • John W.G. Harley known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Lee Nicholas Harris known as Fruit & Veg Stall Holder (uncredited)
  • Erick Hayden known as German Museum Guard (uncredited)
  • Robby Haynes known as Dublin Theatre Patron (uncredited)
  • Richard Herdman known as Commuter (uncredited)
  • George Hewer known as Spanish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Peter E. Hopkins known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Nick Horwood known as Press Man (uncredited)
  • Luke Howard known as Spanish Train Porter (uncredited)
  • Aisling Hughes known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Mo Idriss known as German police Officer (uncredited)
  • Angie Inwards known as German Museum Worker (uncredited)
  • Patrick Johnson known as Additional Muppet Performer (uncredited)
  • James E Jones known as British Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Larissa Jones known as Wedding fan (uncredited)
  • Hazuki Kato known as Model (uncredited)
  • Carrie-Louise Knight known as Ice Skater (uncredited)
  • Joelle Koissi known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Dash Kolos known as Model (uncredited)
  • Jason Konopisos known as Bouncer (uncredited)
  • Jorge Leon Martinez known as Train Staff (uncredited)
  • Semina Lewis known as Spanish Commuter (uncredited)
  • Chelsea Li known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Tyrone Love known as Spanish Policeman (uncredited)
  • Silvana Lovin known as (uncredited)
  • Shaun Lucas known as Cameraman (uncredited)
  • Barrie Martin known as Irish Passerby (uncredited)
  • Stuart Matthews known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Martyn Mayger known as Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Matthew David McCarthy known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Thomas McCurdy known as Hotdog Vendor (uncredited)
  • Stephen McDade known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Vander McLeod known as Gulag Captain (uncredited)
  • Pete Meads known as German Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Bridgit Mendler known as Minnie (uncredited)
  • Morris Minelli known as The Guest at Miss Piggy's Wedding (uncredited)
  • Jon L. Morris known as Train Guard and Deliveryman (uncredited)
  • Caitlin Morton known as Spanish-Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Stuart Mulcaster known as Spanish Commuter (uncredited)
  • Harry Myers known as Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Randa Nelson known as Pizza Delivery Girl (uncredited)
  • Jools Newman known as Muppets Fan (uncredited)
  • Adam Nowell known as Journalist (uncredited)
  • Bob Nunn known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Hugh O'Brien known as German Theater Goer (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Oliver known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Michael Oosterom known as Additional Muppet Performer (uncredited)
  • Nick Owenford known as Berlin Police (uncredited)
  • Ed Pearce known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Alexia Pearl known as Fan of Fozzie Bear (uncredited)
  • Lindy Pieri known as German Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Antonio Piras known as Spanish Audience (uncredited)
  • Christopher Pizzey known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Nigel Plaskitt known as Muppet Performer (uncredited)
  • Scott Plumridge known as Irishman (uncredited)
  • Guy Potter known as Choir Member (uncredited)
  • Michael Pretty known as Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Mike Quinn known as Muppet Performer (uncredited)
  • Ricky Rajpal known as Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Zac Rashid known as Indian Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Deborah Rosan known as Chief (uncredited)
  • Paul A Rose Jr. known as Studio Executive (uncredited)
  • Gordon Round known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Debby Ryan known as (uncredited)
  • Andy Sanderson known as Gulag Guard / Double for Mr Tucci (uncredited)
  • Bruce Schroffel known as Berlin Guest (uncredited)
  • Julian Seager known as Russian Gulag Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Peter Serafinowicz known as (uncredited)
  • Atul Sharma known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Philip Simon known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Mick Slaney known as Irish Photographer (uncredited)
  • Brian P.C. Smith known as Irish Passerby (uncredited)
  • Renee Spei known as Dancer (uncredited)
  • Karol Steele known as Berliner (uncredited)
  • Scott Stevenson known as Sleeping Irishman (uncredited)
  • Fabio Vollono known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Julie Vollono known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Raymond Waring known as (uncredited)
  • John Warman known as German Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Larissa Webb known as Chorister (uncredited)
  • Glenn Webster known as Fan at Miss Piggy's Wedding (uncredited)
  • Matt Weinglass known as Film Crew (uncredited)
  • Jon Wennington known as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Grant White known as Fan (uncredited)
  • Anick Wiget known as Irish Lady (uncredited)
  • James Wiles known as Cyclist (uncredited)
  • David John William Williams known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Thomas Williamson known as Irish Audience Member (uncredited)
  • Mak Wilson known as Additional Muppet Performer (uncredited)
  • Leah Elizabeth Winter known as Girl on Train (uncredited)
  • Eric Womack known as Parking Enforcement Officer (uncredited)
  • Leila Wong known as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Joe Woollen known as Prisoner (uncredited)
  • Chase Woolner known as Additional Muppet Performer (uncredited)
  • Yusei known as Fan (uncredited)

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Supporting Department

Makeup Department:

  • Kristin Arrigo known as hair stylist
  • Peta Dunstall known as chief hair
  • Stacey Louise Holman known as make-up/hair trainee
  • Kristyan Mallett known as prosthetics and tattoos
  • Nicola Mount known as hair and makeup artist
  • Sarah Nuth known as makeup artist
  • Emma Scott known as makeup designer

Art Department:

  • Paul Andrejco known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Lauren Attinello known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Barbara Bosak known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Lizzie Bravo known as set decorating assistant
  • Faye Brinkworth known as petty cash buyer
  • Clemency Bunn known as painter
  • Kelli Burton known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Michael Bush known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Stephanie Cathro known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Vanessa Chan known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Rhys Chapman known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Ceili Clemens known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • John Coven known as storyboard artist
  • Melissa Creighton known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Carole Simms D'Agostino known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap (as Carole D'Agostino)
  • Gary Dawson known as standby props
  • Stephen Doyle known as dressing propman
  • Isabelle Dufour known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Richard Dyar known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • James Enright known as props
  • Henri Ewaskio known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Eva Firshein known as buyer
  • James Edmund Godwin known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Fiona Gourlay known as prop maker
  • David Gray known as stand-by rigger: second unit
  • Ana Grijalva known as set dec pa
  • Anthony Grosso known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Liz Hara known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap (as Elizabeth Hara)
  • Patrick Harris known as draughtsman
  • Rohan Harris known as scenic artist
  • James Hendy known as production buyer
  • Deborah Hertzberg known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Ann Marie Holdgruen known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Lisa Howard known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Josh Jones known as standby carpenter: second unit
  • Megan Jones known as graphics assistant
  • Jean Marie Keevins known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Tony Marks known as carpenter
  • Tom McLaughlin known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Sonny Merchant known as stand-by props: second unit
  • Amy Merry known as graphic designer
  • Danielle Obinger known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Anna Paniccia known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Warren Parkinson known as props storeman
  • Chris Peters known as art department assistant
  • Sarah-Jane Prentice known as standby art director
  • Hannah Purdy Foggin known as prop maker
  • Erin E. Riegel known as art department assistant: Los Angeles
  • Steve Ritchie known as standby art director: second unit
  • Malcolm Roberts known as construction coordinator
  • Bradley Rubin known as assistant art director: Los Angeles
  • Matt Sargent known as draper
  • Maria Scheibe known as Muppet designer and builder: Puppet Heap
  • Mark Smith known as dressing props
  • Mark Smith known as stand-by props
  • Alice Sutton known as prop maker
  • Jason Torbett known as standby propman: second unit
  • Michael A. Truesdale known as art department coordinator: Los Angeles
  • Richard Van Den Bergh known as prop maker
  • Ketan Waikar known as draughtsman
  • Les Ward known as draper
  • Brigitte Ward-Holmes known as construction buyer
  • Tom Weaving known as assistant art director
  • Terry Woods known as property master
  • Olivia Young known as art department trainee
  • Rut Villamagna known as props (uncredited)

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Company

Production Companies:

  • Walt Disney Pictures (presents) (as Disney)
  • Mandeville Films
  • Babieka
  • Cinema Vehicle Services

Other Companies:

  • 424 Post  post-production sound services
  • BT Industrial Supply  expendables
  • Brownian Motion  vfx unit camera equipment & lenses
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera cranes (uncredited)
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies (uncredited)
  • Compuhire  computer playback
  • Deluxe Digital Cinema  post-production (Digital Cinema Distribution)
  • Helicopter Film Services  aerial filming & coordination
  • Intelligent Media  international monitoring agency
  • Jim Henson's Creature Shop  special thanks: puppets by
  • Light Iron  digital intermediate
  • Light Iron  mobile dailies provided by Outpost
  • Oh So Small Productions  short & dwarf actors agency
  • PIC Agency  opening title
  • Panalux  lighting equipment by
  • Propshop  prop makers
  • Puppet Heap  Muppet designers and builders
  • Sesame Workshop  owned and licensed by ("Sesame Street" and associated characters, trademarks and design elements 1974)
  • Sesame Workshop  provided courtesy of: "Sesame Street" excerpts (as Sesame Workshop [New York, New York])
  • Take 2 Film Services  camera equipment provided by
  • Trevor Morris Studios  score mixed at
  • Walt Disney Records  soundtrack
  • iSK8uk Mobile Ice Rinks  ice (ice rink supplier)

Distributors:

  • Feelgood Entertainment (2014) (Greece) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Argentina) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Germany) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (France) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (UK) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Netherlands) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (Singapore) (theatrical)
  • Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures (2014) (USA) (theatrical)

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Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Factory VFX
  • Double Negative
  • Nvizible (visual effects)
  • Senate Visual Effects, The (Visual Effects)

Visual Effects by:

  • Victoria Albanese known as visual effects coordinator: Disney
  • Jaroslaw Ancuta known as roto artist: The Senate VFX
  • Craig Andujar known as visual effects asset manager
  • Nithin Babu known as prep artist: Double Negative
  • Michael Jeff Baldemoro known as lead roto artist: double negative
  • Steven Barham known as runner: The Senate VFX
  • Jonathan Block known as ending credits animation
  • Philip Borg known as 3D artist: The Senate VFX
  • Rigel Bowen known as digital artist: Factory VFX
  • Jonathan Brady known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Sule Bryan known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Markus Burki known as visual effects artist
  • Remi Cauzid known as lead character technical director
  • Saptarshi Chakraborty known as compositor: Double Negative
  • Kunal Chindarkar known as compositor: Double Negative Visual Effects
  • Jeremy Chinn known as title designer
  • Sandra Chocholska known as digital compositor
  • Eric D. Christensen known as visual effects supervisor: Factory VFX
  • Sam Churchill known as visual effects artist
  • Will Correia known as animator: The Senate VFX
  • Craig Crane known as Lidar supervisor
  • Oliver Cubbage known as digital artist
  • Samantha Dark known as visual effects coordinator: The Senate VFX
  • Max Dennison known as senior matte artist: The Senate VFX
  • Harriet Donington known as business development producer: nvizible
  • Dominic Drane known as pipeline supervisor
  • Jason Evans known as digital compositor
  • Victoria Farley known as digital compositor
  • Izzy Field known as vfx assistant coordinator
  • Ben Fleming known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • James D. Fleming known as 2D supervisor/lead: The Senate VFX
  • Jacob Flint known as matchmove artist: The Senate VFX
  • Stephen A. Gall known as compositor
  • Riccardo Gambi known as lead compositor
  • Roger Gibbon known as digital matte painter: The Senate VFX
  • Walter Goh known as matchmove artist: double negative
  • Ken Graham known as digital compositor
  • Sharna Hackett known as visual effects line producer: Double Negative
  • Varun Hadkar known as visual effects
  • Emile Hardy known as digital matte painter: The Senate VFX
  • Joey Harris known as matchmover: The Senate VFX
  • Michael Harrison known as digital compositor
  • Lionel Heath known as compositor: The Senate
  • Sarah Hemsley known as visual effects executive producer: The Senate VFX
  • Jeremy Hey known as digital compositor
  • Isabel Howlett known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Jack Hughes known as digital compositor: Nvizible
  • Andras Ikladi known as lead fx
  • Dhuha Isa known as assistant visual effects editor: Double Negative
  • Robert Jackson known as compositor
  • Patrick Jarvis known as digital paint dept. supervisor: BaseFX
  • Chris Jestico known as vfx company scheduler
  • Neil Jianoran known as prep artist: Double Negative
  • Oliver Johnstone known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Ciarán Keenan known as visual effects coordinator: Nvizible
  • Lisa Kelly known as visual effects producer: Nvizible
  • Duncan Kinnaird known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Duncan Boon Kwang Kuah known as technical director
  • Erran Lake known as additional data wrangler
  • Charlotte Larive known as digital compositor
  • Liam Lavery known as compositor
  • Andrew Lawrence known as visual effects editorial: The Senate VFX
  • Simon Leech known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Francis Leong known as effects technical director: Double Negative
  • Zachary Lo known as digital compositor
  • Andrew Loschin known as visual effects editor
  • Charlotte Loughnane known as VFX Producer Dneg
  • Hugh Macdonald known as visual effects supervisor: Nvizible
  • Greg Malkin known as matchmove artist: the senate
  • Greg Malkin known as matchmover: The Senate VFX
  • Edward Martin known as matchmove artist: The Senate VFX
  • Sean Mathiesen known as visual effects supervisor
  • Fay McConkey known as visual effects producer: Double Negative
  • Adam McInnes known as visual effects supervisor: The Senate VFX
  • Juan Melgoza known as digital effects supervisor: Factory VFX
  • David Miles known as Digital Production Manager: Factory VFX
  • James A.J. Miller known as visual effects artist
  • Darren Nash known as digital compositor
  • Jia-Hao Ng known as digital matte artist: sequence lead
  • Tommy Nikjoo known as systems manager: The Senate VFX
  • Emelie Nilsson known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Nick Ocean known as visual effects coordinator
  • Yvonne Oh known as roto artist: double negative
  • Dylan Owen known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Francisco Palomares Pozas known as digital compositor
  • Uppu Pavanrajesh known as compositor: Double Negative VFX
  • Dan Pearson known as assistant data wrangler
  • Justin Peer known as on-set data wrangler
  • Guy Penwill known as digital compositor: The Senate VFX
  • Xinyi Puah known as visual effects editor: Double Negative
  • Simon-Pierre Puech known as digital compositor
  • Brett Purmal known as senior animator
  • Maickel Quinet known as digital compositor
  • Nolan Reese known as visual effects editor
  • Jon Reid known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • David Rouxel known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Stuart Rowbottom known as 3D artist: The Senate VFX
  • Stuart Rowbottom known as 3D generalist: The Senate VFX
  • Gabriel Roy known as pipeline technical director: The Senate VFX
  • Stephanie Saillard known as visual effects: Double Negative
  • Chris Scott known as digital compositor
  • Jarmila Seflova known as compositor: The Senate VFX
  • Dave Sewell known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Dave Sewell known as lead digital compositor
  • Scott Shapiro known as visual effects producer
  • Michael Shaw known as digital compositor
  • Poya Shohani known as effects technical director: The Senate VFX
  • Richard Simko known as digital artist
  • Phil Smith known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Steve Smith known as roto artist: The Senate VFX
  • Samantha Spacey known as visual effects producer: The Senate VFX
  • Adrian Steel known as visual effects coordinator
  • Jack Stevens known as digital compositor
  • Lubos Gerardo Surzin known as senior matte painter
  • Lionel Taillens known as digital matte painter
  • Rick Thomson known as data manager: The Senate VFX
  • Zelda Tinska known as visual effects line producer: Double Negative
  • Paul Tuersley known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Monica Verdu known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • Mengdi Wang known as fx artist
  • Martin Waters known as CG Supervisor – The Senate VFX
  • Christal Wolgamott known as visual effects producer: Factory VFX
  • Jamie Wong known as digital artist: The Senate VFX
  • William G. Wright known as digital compositor
  • Ben Ying known as compositor
  • Jun Zhang known as digital compositor: Double Negative
  • Sean Amlaner known as senior compositor (uncredited)
  • Adam Rowland known as lead compositor (uncredited)

MPAA: Rated PG for some mild action

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