The Muppets is the film I feel most proud of in the sense that it’s good — not quality-wise, which it is. What I mean is that it’s a good thing, what the world gets to experience with the Muppets. The Muppets are never mean to anybody, and their whole message is “We’re stronger together than we are apart, and you don’t have to get laughs by making fun of other people.” They sort of remind us of who we wanted to be when we were kids, before the world got hold of us and beat in the harsh reality of how things really are. You watch The Muppets and you’re instantly transported to the best version of yourself. That’s the thing I’m most proud of. — Jason Segel

(nerve.com)

The Muppets is the film I feel most proud of in the sense that it’s good — not quality-wise, which it is. What I mean is that it’s a good thing, what the world gets to experience with the Muppets. The Muppets are never mean to anybody, and their whole message is “We’re stronger together than we are apart, and you don’t have to get laughs by making fun of other people.” They sort of remind us of who we wanted to be when we were kids, before the world got hold of us and beat in the harsh reality of how things really are. You watch The Muppets and you’re instantly transported to the best version of yourself. That’s the thing I’m most proud of. — Jason Segel

(nerve.com)