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'Simpsons' producer Al Jean on new 'Star Wars'-inspired short and the 'Mandalorian' cameo you didn't see

"The Simpsons" executive producer Al Jean and the show's team could have used a little of The Force's power when producing the new Disney+ short -- "Maggie Simpson in 'The Force Awakens From Its Nap'" -- in a mere four months.
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Disney+ Celebrates May the Fourth With The Bad Batch, a Simpsons Spoof, and More

The most important day in the Star Wars franchise—other than Life Day, of course—is May 4, a.k.a. May the Fourth, when Lucasfilm and its various affiliates celebrate a galaxy far, far away (and the billions of dollars it makes them). This year, Disney’s streaming service seems to be where the party’s happening.Read more...
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‘The Simpsons’ Gets the ‘Star Wars’ Treatment in a New Animated Short Coming to Disney+

Star Was Day is nearly upon us, and to celebrate, Disney+ will be getting a little help from The Simpsons. Along with the premiere of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars spin-off Star Wars: The Bad Batch, subscribers to Disney+ will also be treated to a new Star Wars-themed animated short starring the Simpsons’ adorable toddler. Maggie Simpson in The Force Awakens From Its Nap finds the baby on an epic quest to track down her stolen pacifier, and you can check out the poster for the short below. T...
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Disney+ Star Wars Day Schedule Revealed, Features Simpsons Short

Disney has a packed Star Wars day schedule for May 4, 2021. This includes the series premiere of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, a new Simpsons short titled Maggie Simpson in The Force Awakens From Its Nap, and two cinematic experiences that will take fans into the sci-fi universe. RELATED: CM Punk Wants to Play Thrawn in Star Wars, Gives MCU Thoughts Additionally, there will be original artwork that will take over the service for several days, which is a first for the streaming service. “A global gr...
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‘The Simpsons’ Producer Al Jean on How the Show’s New ‘Star Wars’ Short Came to Be — And If Marvel Is Next

You’re not the only one surprised by the sudden announcement of the new “The Simpsons” short “Maggie Simpson in ‘The Force Awakens From Its Nap.'” For executive producer Al Jean and the team behind the long-running animated series, they’re still marveling at how quickly they turned it around. “The Force Awakens From Its Nap,” which […]
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‘The Simpsons’ Meets ‘Star Wars’ in First Look at Disney Plus Short ‘The Force Awakens From Its Nap’

Disney Plus has announced plans to celebrate Star Wars Day 2021 on May the 4th. Along with the previously-announced debut of the animated series “Star Wars: The Bad Batch,” the platform is also dropping the “Star Wars”-themed “Simpsons” short “Maggie Simpson in ‘The Force Awakens From Its Nap,’” as well as two bundles of virtual […]
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Simpsons Forever: Disney+ Celebrates Groundbreaking Series With Themed Collections & More

Simpsons Forever: Disney+ Celebrates Groundbreaking Series With Themed Collections & More Disney+, which launched last November giving The Simpsons a new streaming home, is now the ultimate entertainment hub for fans of Springfield’s most famous residents. With the recently added 31st season and nearly 300 hours of the world’s longest-running scripted primetime sitcom, today Disney+ kicked off its new Simpsons Forever brand campaign celebrating the forever place of everyone’s favorite family ...
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The Simpsons Season 31 Now Streaming on Disney+

The Simpsons Season 31 Now Streaming on Disney+ Everyone’s favorite family is back for the 31st season of the longest-running scripted primetime show in television history, The Simpsons. Now available on Disney+, the 22-episode season brings viewers back to Springfield for a fresh batch of episodes to binge alongside the service’s comprehensive set of every season available since the show first premiered in 1989. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStand...
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Disney+ Announces Premiere Dates for ‘Marvel’s 616’ & More, Promises ‘WandaVision’ is Coming This Year

Disney+ has unveiled its upcoming calendar of releases for the streaming platform, with legacy titles like the Tom Hanks classic Big and brand new shows like the anthology documentary series Marvel’s 616 locking down slots in the coming months. Find out what else is coming to the platform below, including the news that the original series WandaVision is still on track for 2020. We already knew that The Mandalorian season 2 would be arriving at the end of October, but this is the first conf...
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WandaVision Confirmed for 2020 in New Disney+ Promo

BEGIN SLIDESHOW WandaVision Confirmed for 2020 in New Disney+ Promo Disney has released a new promo revealing what fans can expect to see for the rest of this year on Disney+, including confirming that WandaVision will release in 2020! You can check out the video now in the player below to see what other movies and shows are headed your way on the streamer! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefre...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Marvel, Disney, Nasa, Lego, New York Times, TV News, Streaming, Jane Lynch, Kate Winslet, Pixar Animation Studios, Walt Disney Animation Studios, Louisiana, John Legend


‘The Simpsons’ Aspect Ratio Problem on Disney+ Will Finally Get Fixed on May 28

When Disney+ launched last fall, one of the more appealing pieces of the streaming service’s library of content was access to every single episode of The Simpsons (with one major exception). However, that ended up being a disappointment because a bunch of The Simpsons episodes that were originally broadcast in the 4:3 full screen aspect ratio (before high-definition, widescreen televisions came along), had been zoomed and cropped to fill a 16:19 widescreen format. The Simpsons aspect ratio prob...
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‘The Simpsons’ Gets an Extreme New Couch Gag in an Episode Connected to ‘Playdate with Destiny’ Short

In recent years, The Simpsons has really enjoyed coming up with wild new ways to pull off the couch gag that begins every episode of the series. The opening credits sequence has paid tribute to the likes of Adventure Time, Frozen, Rick and Morty, Futurama and even the entire history of The Simpsons itself. But this weekend, The Simpsons pays tribute to everyone who is stuck at home wishing life was back to normal by taking the animated family on a virtual extreme sports journey that has an anim...
Tags: Comedy, Hollywood, Television, Movies, Disney, Fox, Simpsons, Animation, Maggie, Hudson, Video Clips, Burns, Rick, Homer, Marge, Maggie Simpson


Meet The Extremesons in New Simpsons Opening Sequence

Meet The Extremesons in new The Simpsons opening sequence Fox has released a new The Simpsons video called The Extremesons, featuring the beloved titular family in a completely different animation style as they do some extreme sports together including skydiving, snowboarding, and surfing. The new opening sequence will be featured in the upcoming new episode titled “The Incredible Lightness of Being a Baby,” which is set to air this Sunday, April 19. Check out the video below! RELATED: New T...
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‘The Simpsons’ Short ‘Playdate With Destiny’ Arrives on Disney+ Tomorrow

Maggie Simpson has a playdate with Disney+ — and with destiny. The youngest member of America’s favorite animated family gets the spotlight in a new The Simpsons short film which first played in theaters in front of Pixar’s Onward. Now the animated short film, titled Playdate with Destiny, is making its streaming debut on Disney+ tomorrow. The Simpsons animated short Playdate with Destiny is making its streaming debut on Disney+ Friday, April 10. The short, which centered around the youngest...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Disney, America, Simpsons, Animation, Matt Groening, Pixar, Maggie, Bart, Springfield, Lisa, Simpson, Homer, Ned Flanders, Marge


New The Simpsons Short Film Set to Stream Tomorrow on Disney+

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New The Simpsons short film set to stream tomorrow on Disney+ Disney+ has announced that the brand new Simpsons animated short film Maggie Simpson in Playdate with Destiny is scheduled to make its debut on the streaming service tomorrow, Friday, April 10. Creator Matt Groening also took to Instagram to personally announce the short film by penning a special handwritten note to fans around the world. The short was originally released in theaters last month before Disney a...
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‘The Simpsons’ Short Film Heads to Disney Plus

While families are stuck at home and looking for ways to entertain children, Disney Plus is offering audiences a new short film based on “The Simpsons.” “Maggie Simpson in ‘Playdate with Destiny,'” which releases Friday, will follow the 1-year-old, pacifier-sucking daughter of the Simpsons family as she finds friendship with a baby on the playground […]
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Pixar’s Onward Set to Feature The Simpsons Short Ahead of Film

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Pixar’s Onward set to feature The Simpsons short ahead of film While Pixar films normally feature original shorts ahead of new releases, Disney’s recent acquisition of Fox has created a new universe of connections as they have revealed that Onward is set to feature a short from The Simpsons centered on the youngest member of the iconic animated family, Maggie! RELATED: Onward Clip: Ian and Barley Meets Octavia Spencer’s The Manticore   View t...
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New ‘The Simpsons’ Short Film To Play In Theaters In Front of Pixar’s ‘Onward’

Disney has made a habit of showing Pixar short films in theaters before a new Pixar feature begins, but they’re changing things up a bit for Onward. Instead of showing a Pixar-created short, a new The Simpsons short film is going to screen instead. Titled Playdate with Destiny, it features the youngest member of the Simpson family, Maggie. View this post on Instagram Maggie Simpson is speechless… Playd...
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This 3-D museum focuses on eye-catching wonders from the 19th century to present day

Descending downstairs into the softly lit 3-D Space feels a bit like stepping into a sanctuary. You may feel a sense of wonder at this museum in Echo Park dedicated to the 3-D photographic and film art form. Here you will see not only 3-D and related images, but the tools used to create and view them as well. 3-D Space was founded by Eric Kurland as a non-profit organization offering exhibits, film screenings, workshops and other programs. The museum opened in July 2018. Kurland is the director ...
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TV Bits: ‘Castle Rock’, ‘American Horror Story’, ‘Billy on the Street’, ‘Law and Order’, ‘The Walking Dead’ and More

In this edition of TV Bits: Castle Rock season 2 may bring back characters from season 1 Check out a preview of American Horror Story: Apocalypse Billy On the Street is returning with new web episodes Law and Order: Hate Crimes is the latest Law and Order spin-off Go behind the scenes of The Deuce season 2 One of the producers of The Simpsons noticed a major continuity error from a 23-year-old episode A new Walking Dead season 9 trailer HBO renews Ballers and Insecure The CW is developing a Na...
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‘The Simpsons’ Famous ‘Who Shot Mr. Burns’ Episode Almost Had Some Different Culprits

One of the most famous episodes of The Simpsons is the two-part mystery episode “Who Shot Mr. Burns?” that aired in 1995 as part of both the sixth and seventh season of the animated comedy series. Taking cues from the famous Dallas cliffhanger episode about who shot J.R. Ewing, the mystery was created in the season finale of the sixth season and wouldn’t be solved until the season premiere of the season seven. It was quite the television event, with fans looking for clues and trying to figure o...
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29 Simsons Shirts for 29 Seasons

There is something I must admit to all my readers out there. After all these years, I… I… I still watch The Simpsons every week! And I think it’s still one of the funniest shows on television. No, they’re not all perfect episodes, and they don’t have the same impact as the early days, but they’re still well written and make me laugh a couple of times or more (usually thanks to Homer). View tee 15 ...
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29 Simpsons T-Shirts for 29 Seasons

There is something I must admit to all my readers out there. After all these years, I… I… I still watch The Simpsons every week! And I think it’s still one of the funniest shows on television. No, they’re not all perfect episodes, and they don’t have the same impact as the early days, but they’re still well written and make me laugh a couple of times or more (usually thanks to Homer). View tee 17 ...
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28 Simpsons T-Shirts for 28 Seasons

I’m going to admit something here that I don’t admit to many people in this modern world. I still watch The Simpsons every week. And for the most part, I still enjoy it. I know lots of people to knock the show and say that it should be taken off the air. Granted, it’s no where near as memorable as it used to be, but what do people expect after 28 seasons and over 600 episodes (and one movie)? View tee 1 ...
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Vandalized Baby Jesus Statue Gets A Weird New Clay Head

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Mark, Version 3.5

…and me, taking Mark For a long time, Mark was a slightly more vocal boy version of Maggie Simpson, a kid with a penchant for sucking on a pacifier, keenly aware of her surroundings yet clingy and and needy. In other words, Mark was a toddler, that weird transitional stage between “baby” and “kid”—a word that has no exact equivalent in French. Toddlers are the sandbox’s misfits. They are no longer babies, easily amused and comforted with a smile or by rocking, yet they are not old enough to exp...
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Sri Lanka v England: seventh ODI – as it happened

Sri Lanka 302-6; England 215Sri Lanka win by 87 runs and win series 3-2Alastair Cook fails again with bat 4.31pm GMT A thrashing then, for England. A miserable, dull, uninspiring all-round performance. The match or the series, take your pick. They go to Australia next year on the back of six straight ODI series defeats. Positives? Joe Root continues to excel and James Taylor looks like a positive, modern, talented ODI batsman. Thoroughly un-English. As for the negatives... well. England have...
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A Paper By Maggie Simpson and Edna Krabappel Was Accepted By Two Journals

An anonymous reader writes "A scientific study by Maggie Simpson, Edna Krabappel, and Kim Jong Fun has been accepted by two journals. Of course, none of these fictional characters actually wrote the paper, titled "Fuzzy, Homogeneous Configurations." Rather, it's a nonsensical text, submitted by engineer Alex Smolyanitsky in an effort to expose scientific journals — the Journal of Computational Intelligence and Electronic Systems and the Aperito Journal of NanoScience Technology." Read mor...
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