The majority of critics praise the new Muppets big-screen adventure, citing the decision to make a sequel of 2011's film as the correct move.
The latest Muppets adventure, 'The Muppets Most Wanted,' is only days away from hitting theatres across the globe, and as anticipation is building, so is the film's expectations, especially as its 2011 predecessor was such a commercial success.
'The Muppets Most Wanted' is a sequel to the 2011 version
Like most big-screen Muppet spectacles, a cast of well-established actors joins the lovable group, but this ensemble cast could be the most talented yet.
Ricky Gervais plays The Muppets' deceptive tour guide
Leading the pack is British comedian Ricky Gervais, Ty Burrell and Tina Fey, but the huge names that appear in cameos such as Lady Gaga, P Diddy, Celine Dion, Salma Hayek, Tom Hiddleston and Christopher Waltz, plus many more, is most impressive.
The 2011 instalment saw The Muppets reclaims their famed theatre, and now the whole gang is reunited, another epic journey awaits.
The gang is unaware that there is a 'Kermit' imposter among them
In the upcoming film The Muppets travel to Europe, but what started as a well-deserved vacation quickly turns disastrous, especially for the iconic Muppet, 'Kermit the Frog'. A villainous 'Kermit' lookalike named 'Constantine' takes his place amongst the unsuspecting Muppets, and carnage ensues as they find themselves caught up in an international jewel-heist operation which sees them travel through London, Berlin and Moscow.
The Muppets Travel all over Europe
Turn to the next page to find out what the critics thought of 'The Muppets Most Wanted'