While I did put my hand inside a puppet on the set of the upcoming R-rated puppet comedy The Happytime Murders, the film’s director made one thing very clear: “It’s not graphically sexual,” Brian Henson said. “The puppets cum silly string, but you don’t see their penises.”
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Late last week, the company behind Sesame Street filed a lawsuit against the company behind The Happytime Murders to stop the movie from using the tag line "No sesame, all street." The fear was it could damage the Sesame Street brand by connecting it to the hard R-rated puppet film. Today, a judge ruled in favour of that hard R-rated puppet film.
The first trailer for the hard-R-rated puppet film The Happytime Murders says that the film is "no Sesame, all Street," and the people responsible for Sesame Street are not happy about it. In fact, they're suing.
The Happytime Murders expands its cast. Get a look at Paul Bettany's mysterious Han Solo character. Stephen Amell hints at a happier future for Oliver Queen in Arrow's next season. Plus, the first look at The Magicians' third season, and new clips from Rick and Morty and Kingsman: The Golden Circle. To me, my spoilers!