Hollywood, CA (FOX44) – Hollywood hopes for a blockbuster holiday weekend, offering-up an array of flicks, including one fit for a pig.
Jason Segal and Amy Adams help bring the Muppets back to the big screen for a new generation of kids. Of course there's really only one star in this ensemble cast and she admits to being a diva on set. Miss piggy says: "You have to maintain a certain air about you if you want to be a diva, you want to be a mega star such as I am.”
Also on the kids list, Santa’s son saves the holiday in "Arthur Christmas", an animated adventure focusing on Santa’s high tech world and one forgotten gift that needs to be delivered.
Director Martin Scorsese takes on a tale set in Paris during the 1930's and a boy named "Hugo", who unlocks a secret left by his father.
Keira Knightly unleashes her inner crazy in "A Dangerous Method", playing a mental patient analyzed by Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud, leading to the birth of psycho-analysis.
If you're looking for some quiet time, "The Artist" may be the choice. The drama has no dialogue, set in 1927 Hollywood. It follows a silent movie superstar at the advent of talkies and the death of his career.
And Oscar buzz abounds for Michelle Williams and her performance as the blonde bombshell in "My Week with Marilyn", which follows Monroe’s brief romance with a young English director.
In Hollywood, Adam Housley, FOX News.