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'Girl With the Dragon Tattoo' Parodied in New 'Muppets' Teaser Trailer

September 16, 2011 (5:05 am) GMT
Titled 'The Pig With the Froggy Tattoo', the new video also features some starry cameos like Neil Patrick Harris, Sarah Silverman and Rico Rodriguez.

Walt Disney Pictures has dropped another parody teaser trailer for "". Titled "The Pig With the Froggy Tattoo", the video presents a spoof of David Fincher's anticipated thriller "".

The preview shows some imitated scenes of the "Dragon Tattoo" original teaser, including the background music. "We couldn't get the rights to the real song, so we had some dude write this one," so read a tagline in the video. It also gives a glimpse at the cameos like , and .

Aside from the parody, the Mouse House also released a new poster for the film. The one-sheet sees Kermit and Miss Piggy imitating the pose of and nude in a "Dragon Tattoo" poster.

"The Muppets" follows a man named Gary, his girlfriend Mary and his life-long brown puppet best friend Walter who must round up and convince the now retired entertainers from the original Muppet Show to help save the famous television studio that the original variety series was filmed in. Villainous Tex Richman is due to take over the property, and wants to destroy the theater and drill for oil underneath.

Directed by James Bobin, the family movie also stars , , , and . It is set to arrive in theaters across the U.S. during the Thanksgiving weekend on November 23.



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