Fifty years ago, a generation of children learned how to get to "Sesame Street "when the classic TV series premiered on PBS on November 10, 1969. Five decades later, that street is still a beloved destination for kids, which is why they’re throwing a televised block party with the help of some famous friends.
Here is why the Yoda creator doesn't want anyone else's hand in the puppet — even the "Last Jedi" director's.
Frank Oz and his “Muppet Guys Talking” puppeteer pals share their memories of working with mastermind Jim Henson and speculate on how he created unforgettable characters like Kermit.
The 'Muppet Guys Talking' stars reveal their secrets for getting into character, including what they’re really doing underneath the floorboards while the Muppets are above their heads.
Did you know that Grover was based on Frank Oz's dog? The new documentary 'Muppet Guys Talking' brings together five of the original Muppet performers for an intimate discussion.
Original Muppet performers Frank Oz and Dave Goelz and songwriter Paul Williams share their memories of making the classic special "Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas."
"What’s really strong about the Muppets is the people underneath the characters. That’s what it’s all about," he says in rare interview.
Test audiences loved the 1986 horror musical until the conclusion arrived. Its director talks to Yahoo Entertainment about how the film was made, what he thinks about its altered ending, and how it all might be perceived now.
One of the most memorable deaths in Star Wars is Yoda’s. As you may recall, he informs Luke that there’s “another Skywalker” before fading away in Return of the Jedi. After all, Jedi can become force ghosts — Yoda appeared as one in Return of the Jedi. Frank Oz has played Yoda since The Empire Strikes Back.