LOS ANGELES: While animated wizardry makes basically anything possible for filmmakers these days, there is something comforting about the Muppets returning in all their floppy, fuzzy puppet-ness. Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of the gang are back to entertain a new generation of fans — as well as the older ones — in “Muppets Most Wanted,” released in the United States on Friday.  The new movie comes three years after Disney revived the franchise with “The Muppets,” which made $158 million and won a best song Oscar for “Man or Muppet.” The 2011 film was such a hit that Disney agreed to make a sequel with the same director, James Bobin. –AFP