All Street” in its marketing for the film, and rejected Sesame Workshop’s argument. and we’re obviously very pleased that the ruling reinforced what STX’s intention was from the very beginning — to honor the heritage of The Jim Henson Company’s previous award-winning creations while drawing a clear distinction between any Muppets or Sesame Street characters and the new world Brian Henson and team created.
District Judge Vernon Broderick on Wednesday said that STX can continue to use the tagline “No Sesame.
The child’s parent commented that hours after this picture was taken, one of the baby teeth fell out.
Your child’s dentist will be able to remove the baby teeth from your child’s mouth if needed, and this usually resolves the problem.
We believe we accomplished that with the very straightforward NO SESAME, ALL STREET tagline.
We look forward to continued happytimes as we prepare to release Happytime Murders this summer.” With the tale of puppets from the cast of a 1980s TV show being knocked off one after another, the Brian Henson-helmed flick is set to come out this summer – but not if Sesame Workshop has anything to say about it.
Not only is Brian Henson the director of Happytime Murders but he is the chairman of The Jim Henson Company and a voiceover alum of a number Muppets projects.
Now, you get a further sense of why Sesame Workshop might be a little sensitive and not find the joke funny.