We were thinking it could be cool do create a custom video for this community to help support the release of Muppets Most Wanted. I wanted to get your reaction to the idea as well as see if you had any specific ideas for a video you think would do well. Here are some examples of videos we've produced, they might help spark ideas:
Thanks for the response. We produce these videos to help drive traffic to communities. They tend to work best when there's unique content from the wikia regarding the specific title (in this case the movie), whether in the form of an article page or community chatter (a community making predictions or wishlists in forums or blog posts). I didn't see anything on http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Muppets_Most_Wanted that jumped out at me for making a video about. Alternatively, is there a topic related to the film that the community is actively talking about that we could make a video from? Thanks man.
Sure, thanks. Where are you looking to drive traffic from? Social media? Where will the video be played, and for what audience? I think if we understand a little more about what the purpose behind the video is, we can help out.
We'd drive traffic from across Wikia with ads, as well as from social media accounts and YouTube. But first and foremost the topic of the video should be of interest to core audience which is this community.
Sorry for dropping off. We went ahead with the history of the romance between Kermit and Miss Piggy video. We're nearly done and very excited by it. Just wanted to give you a heads up - I'll link you to it in the next day or so and maybe you can help us showcase it on your main page.
hay you don't know me but im a admin for the mickey mouse wiki, LegalizeAnythingMuppets joined a while ago and we took him on...I looked at his profile and saw that he was blocked on this wiki.i had a conversation about it and I would like to direct your attention to it. I think he has learnd his lesson. its true that I don't know you wikis standards for being blocked or stuff like that but he seems like he's whipped back in shape. hears a link to the conversation.
NOTE. this was not a case of bribery on his part and he doesn't know I posted it.
I'm sorry about editing the Anything Muppets that Martin Robinson has done over the years. I am doing a special project all about his life to the sick kids at a children's hospital. What else can I do to make this project so wonderful
No harm done. My edits were just a matter of organizing, similar to what Andrew said. In my mind, it's better to have the "Anything Muppets" cap at the end rather than a dozen "Purple kid from a sketch" entries on the page. Sorry if I hurt you're feelings at all.
Feel free to continue adding characters you find to his page. For example, it looks like his Elmo's World characters (like Bulldozer) aren't listed yet, so you can go ahead and get a jump on that. Let me know if you have any trouble. Anyway, it's lovely to hear that you're doing a project dedicated to Marty. Best of luck. ;)
I'm not sure, as I didn't originally add that to the page. He doesn't have any speaking roles in the movie, so he was likely doing a lot of assistant work (meaning right-handing, or even puppeteering another person's character to help fill out the Muppet cast in a scene).
Actually, Martin Robinson did have a minor speaking role in The Muppets Take Manhattan, as one of the bears (the one who says, "I'm up! I'm up! Is it spring??" after Fozzie announces he's going to New York).
Hi, sorry for the late reply. The sequence with Snufertiti plays like a flashback, so she's supposed to be seperate from Snuffy. Also, I believe that is Marty as Hans. You can check out this video and judge. Hope that helps ;)
Thanks for tidying up the 'Newsnight' entry on filmography for Cookie Monster. I didn't realise that there was actually a page for this (his newsnight appearance) at first. I found it after you had yourself ammended this to include the correct link. (Still trying to find my way around). :)
Huh, I guess you're right on that. Since it's the only one of the season, perhaps it does bear mentioning, but I don't see it as necessary to note other last sketches (At the Dance, Pigs in Space, etc.), especially considering the episodes were taped out of order.
Got it. The last email I got from you was your Hotmail, so that's what I used on a group email a couple days ago and explains why you didn't get it ;) I'll forward it to your MSN account and delete your Hotmail.
Awesome find on Talk:The Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson! How did you know there were 2 versions? I was going to comment about it here to you, but I thought everybody should see my questions underneath both links.
Hey, thanks Ken! I discovered it a while ago (seeing the redubbed version first before the entire special was posted to YouTube). I didn't really think much about noting it until just recently, when I saw Tygerbug's addition to the page noting a later change to the special.