The true meaning of the season is to watch the best Christmas movie as it was always like it intended to be.
Muppet Christmas Carol, the director confirmed down to BBC news that Disney is recently working on a 4K remaster of the timeless 1992 classic, in which Michael Caine’s Scrooge. It was taught that magic of not being a jerk through exposure to Jim Henson characters. However, in going back to the original film’s negatives for the remastering process there is a long-lasting song cut from the theoretical release and will be finally restored.
“When Love is Gone” plays Scrooge’s scenes with the Ghost of Christmas Past then that was the time when he saw a younger version and found that he was himself like that and slowly watching the fiancé of him. Furthermore, slip away from him he is the one who focuses more on business than the love life of his. The song is very much mournful and beautiful about watching someone you thought was your true love grow apart from you. But this was the piece that was cut from a theoretical release by Disney after the producer thought that it is something that would lose the emotional complexity of the song and would be lost on kids.
However, the time when love was truly lost, the agreement was we would remove it from the theatrical release but would put back in for all the video and television releases. Henson went on to explain all this. Therefore, we don’t know when we are going to see the remastering of Muppet Christmas Carol. But Henson was having hopes that there could be a festive miracle.
Let’s have our faith in Disney that they can do it so that we can be shining there like a sun should happen or do.