One of the true wonders of life is the interaction between Jim Henson’s Muppets and children over the last 40 years or so.
Walt Disney World and Hollywood Studios had decided many years ago to bring that magic to life with Muppet vision in 3-D. Sesame Street paved the way, and for many, many years the Muppets have been one of the must do movies in 3-D of all the shows at Walt Disney World.
A fun entertaining three dimensional movie, with special effects, and a fantastic interactive show, one that is sure to be a hit with the entire family. Not to mention that this will get you off your feet and out of the heat if you are visiting Hollywood Studios during the Summer months.
Most certainly this is one of the items to put on your do list when visiting the Magical Kingdom of Disney. Hollywood Studios is more of a laid back theme park, with many of the rides coming in the sit back and observe mode. Of course no theme park would be complete without a few rides for the thrill seekers, and this park has those too. Aerosmith’s Rock and Roller coaster, and the Tower of Terror will not disappoint those of you that want to have your lunch re-visit the upper throat area. I will take the slow rides any day. The shows too for that matter.
The Muppets in 3-D have all of your favorite characters to include; Kermit the frog, Miss Piggy, Fozzie Bear, Beeker, Dr. Bunsen “Melon” Honeydew, Gonzo the great, Animal, Sam the Eagle, Rizzo the rat (who poses as Mickey Mouse) and more. These Muppets which were created by Jim Hensen in the 1954-1955 years were purchased by Walt Disney World in 2004 after several previous unsuccessful attempts to purchased the rights to these Muppets. But now like the Mighty Marvel Comics group, they belong to Walt Disney World enterprises.
In one of their latest tributes on the big screen, a movie written by Jason Segel and Nicholas Stoller and directed by James Bobin was released on November 23, 2011, and had much critical acclaim and commercial success. The previous Muppet Special during the holidays was released in the year 2004. Make this a must stop on your next Walt Disney World visit, as it is sure to be fun for your whole family.