'Breaking Dawn I' Gets Parodied in New 'Muppets' Posters
The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" becomes the latest movie that is being parodied by "The Muppets". In several brand new posters of the upcoming comedy film, Miss Piggy and friends are seen imitating the pose of the main characters in the famous vampire film series. They also change the title into "The Muppet Saga".
Rocking her trademark red gown and pearl necklace, Miss Piggy is featured as Bella Swine, a parodied version of Kristen Stewart's Bella Swan. Meanwhile, Kermit the Frog is Vamphibian, a twisted version of Robert Pattinson's Edward Cullen. In another one-sheet, Rowlf the Dog appears as WereRowlf, which is a parody for Taylor Lautner's Jacob Black.
"Breaking Dawn Part I" itself will be released in theaters across the nation on November 18. The cast recently attended the star-studded premiere of this latest "Twilight" movie at at the Nokia Theatre in Downtown Los Angeles on Monday, November 14.
As for "The Muppets", the comedy will be dropped in U.S. theaters on November 23. It will see Miss Piggy and the gang teaming up with humans, Gary and Mary, to stop the mean Tex Richman from destroying Muppet Theater and Muppets Studio to drill oil. Jason Segel plays Gary, Amy Adams stars as his girlfriend Mary, while Chris Cooper portrays Tex.
Serving as the helmer for the comedy film is James Bobin. The script is penned by Segel along with Nicholas Stoller. The film will feature a slew of A-list cameos, including Selena Gomez, Neil Patrick Harris, Lady GaGa, George Clooney, Katy Perry, Ben Stiller and more.
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