Posts tagged "The Muppets"
Blerd Radio 2014 | Episode 7: St. Patty's Potpourri

Blerd Radio 2014 | Episode 7: St. Patty’s Potpourri

The latest episode of Blerd Radio co-stars’s Bill Bodkin and an assortment of pop culture topics.

A First Peek at Muppets Most Wanted

A First Peek at Muppets Most Wanted

Following the Muppets’ return to the big screen in 2011, the gang is setting out for another cinematic adventure. This one appears to have some international intrigue, and features headliners Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais, and Ty Burrell. 2011’s The Muppets brought the ragtag puppet troupe to a new generation; will Muppets Most Wanted maintain that momentum? Disney released a teaser today – let us know what you think! Muppets Most Wanted will be in theaters March 21, 2014. Muppets Most Wanted Teaser Trailer on Disney Video

New Release Report: R.E.D.-Like Buttah

This week at your local record store (if you even have a local record store), there will be an epic battle. A rumble for the ages. On one side, multi-tattooed rapper Game with his long-delayed R.E.D. Album (a title that certainly has nothing to do with his Blood affiliation). On the other side, legendary pop diva Barbra Streisand with an album called What Matters Most: The Songs of Marilyn & Alan Bergman. OK, so maybe this isn’t really an epic […]

The Muppets Are Back!

I grew up with The Muppets like most kids in the late ’70’s/early ’80’s. I loved the show (The Harry Belafonte and Peter Sellers are still two of my favorite episodes), loved the movies, loved the new shows, and loved it when they went viral. If you didn’t see Forgetting Sarah Marshall (It’s great, by the way) then stop reading, go watch it and come backā€¦ All done? Ok. Now you see why Jason Segel is the perfect writer/star for […]

Popblerd! Presents: Your 2011 Grammy Awards Live Blog (& Drinking Game)!

Some folks go crazy over the Academy Awards. Some folks go nuts over the Super Bowl. For me, unless a New York City team is in the World Series or Super Bowl, my most exciting pop culture event has to be the Grammy Awards. It intrigued me as a kid-it was probably the first award show I ever saw. I believe it was the 1980 ceremony, and all I remember is that The Doobie Brothers were performing, I was watching […]