Well the time has finally come Muppet Fans!
We get our first look of The Muppets (well, Kermit at least) filming at the Tower of London yesterday. It sure looks like a Wedding is about to take place. Is it Kermit and Miss Piggy's?
In one of the pictures, there is a banner that reads
' Kermit and Miss Piggy Forever' and part of another banner that reads 'Miss Piggy & Happines'. Another picture showed flags with Kermit and Miss Piggy's face on them just like Prince William and Kate.
However, if you look closely the Kermit in a few of the pictures has a mole on his right side of his face. So, is this the real Kermit or Constantine?
The Daily Mail just posted a great article, some great pictures and a GREAT VIDEO by FameFlynet and Fay Strang. Enjoy!!!
Here is the story:
Off with his webbed (feet)! Kermit tries to gain entry to the Tower of London to steal the Crown Jewels while filming The Muppets movie
He’s been to a treasure island, had a trip to space, and taken Manhattan in the past.
And now Kermit the Frog has ticked another location off his list, as he was spotted filming for The Muppets' new film at the iconic Tower of London.
But hopefully the well-known amphibian’s visit won’t end in him being imprisoned, or something more gruesome.
Frog filming: Kermit the Frog was seen filming at the Tower of London on Tuesday for the latest The Muppets film
Impressive back-drop: For their first film set in London The Muppets have picked a great location
Co-star: Kermit will be joined in the latest film by Ricky Gervais and Tina Fey
Protagonist Kermit, who is filming in the UK with the rest of the gang, is seen arriving at the Tower with a bunch of flowers in his hands.
It’s thought the flowers are a ruse for him to enter the former prison in order to steal the precious Crown Jewels which are of course famously kept there.
Gift: In the scene Kermit is seen arriving at the famous tower with a bunch of flowers in his hand
Unveiled: Rather unusually the puppeteer behind the frog could be seen working his magic
Crime: Kermit is apparently trying to get into the Tower in order to steal Crown Jewels
The carpet is lined with crowds of people, who are cheering the arrivals on, while holding signs which say things like 'Kermit and Miss Piggy forever.'
A number of the extras waiting around are holding Union Jack flags, with the face of Kermit and Miss Piggy in the centre, mimicking the many flags with Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge’s faces on them that were used during the Royal Wedding in 2011.
Royal wedding: The set up of the scenes resemble the street scenes during the Royal Wedding in 2011
Arrivals: A lot of extras who appear to be dressed as dignitaries are seen arriving at the tower
Big cheers: On either side of the red carpet, people are cheering on the arrivals who are smartly dressed
The latest film, which is called The Muppets…Again, also stars funny man Ricky Gervais who started filming the crime caper along the famous puppets earlier this month.
Speaking about joining the characters the controversial The Office star has revealed that he is both excited and nervous to be taking part.
Protection: A couple of Beefeaters patrolled the bridge of the Towers
Welcome: Beefeaters greet the guests arriving at historic venue
‘But dancing, it fills me with dread and I have to sing and dance in this, I mean do some proper Hollywood numbers.’
The comedian is hoping that Kermit will be able to take some of the pressure off him, adding: ‘I'm pretty sure people are going to be watching [Kermit] the frog.
Big fan: One of the extras shows her love for Kermit by wearing a hat with his face on
Vibrant: Kermit's colour looked as bright as usual as his puppeteer directs him
Something we should know?: Extras were holding flags with Kermit and Miss Piggy's face on them
‘I have the biggest trailer but Kermit will spend some time in my sink.’
The film, which also stars Tina Fey, has a lot of live up to as the previous Muppets film, which stared Jason Segel, took more that £92.8million worldwide and won the Oscar for best song at the 2012 ceremony.
Taking control: Kermit took centre stage while filming even though he was the only puppet on set
CLICK HERE to see original article some great VIDEO of the event!