Th1ng director/animator Sylvain Chomet received a personal request from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening to animate the iconic “couch gag” that concludes the opening credits of the show, now entering its 26th season. Obviously, you...Show More Summary
The selfie that drew millions to the internet on Oscar night is now being redrawn by The Simpsons creator Matt Groening! And it’s INCREDIBLE! Looks like Homer got kicked out (literally) of the photo by Bradley Cooper! As Edna Krabble would say, HA! The rest of the A-list gang is all there though! Jared Leto shared the cartoon shot on [...]
D'oh! There were apparently two more famous faces in Ellen DeGeneres' A-list Oscars selfie, and one of the excluded parties wants to make sure that the entire image is shared.Homer Simpson (well, "Simpsons" creator Matt Groening) posted...Show More Summary
The Oscars selfie parodies are popping up faster than Liza Minelli trying to get in a group shot. The star-studded, record-busting photo already inspired Simpsons creator Matt Groening to draw a version, but this parody might have Homer...Show More Summary
When The Simpsons spoofs or parodies something in pop culture, they usually kill it. Matt Groening wasted no time to show us who got cut out of Ellen’s Academy Award selfie. Too bad Jared Leto is still in it. Kevin Spacey? Still the best in the photo. Homer always gets shafted for an Oscar anyway.
“The Story” is a charming short film starring Maggie, Lisa, and Matt Groening (who would go on to create The Simpsons), that was shot by their father Homer in 1969. In the film Lisa recounts an adventure that she and Matt have in the woods. Homer Groening worked in advertising but found time to make [...]
Quick, everyone sign the 60th birthday card we bought for Matt Groening. Thanks. Anyway, back in the long-ago dark days of 2000, Groening was asked by Entertainment Weekly to name his favorite episodes of The Simpsons. To put that into...Show More Summary
(Video Link) Matt Groening is the creator behind one of the longest lasting and most lucrative animated series ever, The Simpsons, and his inspiration for Springfield and the characters who live there was a closely guarded secret, until it all came out a few years back. Show More Summary
Regular Brow Beat readers know that Matt Groening drew inspiration from a lot of people in his own life when he created The Simpsons. You may not know—I didn’t, anyway—that his dad, Homer, was “a prominent and award-winning advertising...Show More Summary
The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library And Museum Profiled Ping Pong Anime Trailer via Digital Vs. Analog With Stephan Pastis And Scott Adams via Comic Books Are Evil Matt Groening Interviewed Colleen LaRose New Story
(via Frinkiac 7 and computers of the future - Matt Groening) Popular Mechanics 1949, ‘Computers in the future may weigh no more than 1.5 tons’ http:// d.pr/PxHt
Good New...Zealand, everyone! A burger joint down under, inspired by the Matt Groening cartoon, has created a series of transparent tubes designed to transport your burgers from kitchen to table...
We’ve said goodbye to “Futurama” before, but this time it 's for real. David X. Cohen, the co-creator, head writer and executive producer of “Futurama” (along with animation god Matt Groening) is sad to see the iconic cartoon go, but...Show More Summary
Every episode of The Simpson’s has a new variation on the couch gag at the beginning. This weekend, Matt Groening‘s crew of animators are taking that gag to J. R. R. Tolkien‘s Middle Earth. What Hobbit characters did The Simpson’s regulars morph into? The Simpson’s has been on the air since 1989. That’s a long […]
“A Star Is Burns” (season 6, episode 18, originally aired 3/5/1995) The first startling thing you notice about “A Star Is Burns” is that Matt Groening’s name has been scrubbed from the opening credits. Not even very well—when we cut to the TV bearing his name along with James L. Show More Summary
“Homie The Clown” (season six, episode 15; originally aired 2/12/1995) In which Homer looks like a fool—and it almost costs him dearly… He couldn’t have known it at the time, but when Matt Groening created Krusty The Clown, he was giving himself and his future Simpsons collaborators a gift that would keep on giving. Show More Summary
Last night was (once again) the final episode of Matt Groening and David X Cohen's Futurama and it couldn't have gone out with a better installment than "Meanwhile." Well, except maybe "The Devil's Hands are Idle Playthings," the original...Show More Summary
Resurrection can only last so long and, so, it's time to say goodbye to Matt Groening's cult classic comedy once more. On Wednesday (Sept. 4), "Futurama" signed off for good (or did it?) with "Meanwhile," an episode centered on Fry finally growing the nerve to propose to Leela.
In 1999, Futurama, the other animated series created by Matt Groening, premièred on the Fox network amid a blaze of hype. But it soon became clear that Fox had no special love for the show and scarcely any understanding of it. By its...Show More Summary