Oui, chef Homer. Sylvain Chomet (The Illusionist, The Triplets of Belleville) gets a crack at directing and animating a very Frenchified Simpsons opening. In his take on the familiar scene, Homer has a pencil mustache and chows downShow More Summary
The latest Simpson couch gag video has the whole family turning French. In a related report by The Inquisitr, in celebration of the 500th Simpsons episode we showed all of the Simpsons couch gag videos in addition to the blackboard quotes written by Bart. Show More Summary
Possibly the best recent take on Homer Simpson is in The Simpsons couch gag, by Triplets of Belleville director Sylvain Chomet. Homer is the sort of guy who would probably turn up his nose at “snooty” French stuff, only to discover that escargots can be pretty delicious. Show More Summary
Source: Twitter user LEGO_Group The Oscars selfie just got even more epic. On the heels of the Simpsons-ized version - in which Bradley Cooper kicks Homer Simpson out of the picture - the A-listers have been turned into LEGOs. On Wednesday, the official LEGO Twitter recreated the photo, complete with accurate placement of each star. Show More Summary
The ugly true story of that Oscar® selfie can finally be told! Let's break Twitter again. Look for Bart. pic.twitter.com/tdfr3Juhff— Homer J. Simpson (@HomerJSimpson) March 5, 2014 While many have decried The Simpsons for dated storylines...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
He’s one of the most beloved cartoon characters of his generation, and Homer Simpson managed to ‘Simpsonize’ that famous celebrity-rich selfie from Ellen DeGeneres at the Oscars. Thanks to the artists over at the hit FOX show “The Simpsons,”...Show More Summary
A scandal has erupted in the wake of everyone realizing, via Twitter, that Ellen Degeneres is more powerful than the… Read More
It's been a tough week for Homer Simpson. First, Daryl killed him in a "Walking Dead" tribute created by "Simpsons" artist Eric Keyes. Then, he almost got in on the selfie that broke Twitter. "The Simpsons" Tweeted out their own take...Show More Summary
Nothing is really a major pop culture event until "The Simpsons" weigh in on it, and the "Oscar selfie" from Ellen DeGeneres is now legit.
It was the selfie heard Tweeted 'round the world. And now it's the selfie being parodied hilarious 'round the Internet. Days after the Ellen DeGeners Oscars selfie crashed Twitter, a couple terrific takes on the famous photo have gone...Show More Summary
Does Ellen DeGeneres have some competition from Homer Simpson? DeGeneres’ Oscar selfie — which included Meryl Streep, Bradley Cooper, Jennifer
Midway through the Oscars on Sunday night, host Ellen DeGeneres staged perhaps the most star-studded selfie in history: If only Bradley's arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscars http://t.co/C9U5NOtGap— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow)...Show More Summary
All your favorite celebrities, Simpsonized.
The Oscars selfie that broke Twitter? Apparently it diddily-do-didn't show the whole picture. Homer Simpson's official Twitter account shared a zoomed out version of record-crushing group shot Tuesday, revealing that Bradley Cooper squashed...Show More Summary
If there's one impression worth nailing, it's got to be Homer Simpson. His dopey speech is one of TV's most recognizable voices. In fact, The Simpsons features a whole cast of memorable voices. Impressionist Brock Baker took on 33 of Springfield's finest, capturing the hilarious essence of characters like Duff Man, Mr. Show More Summary
What would happen if the walkers of "The Walking Dead" invaded Springfield? Well, after this week's episode featuring Daryl (Norman Reedus), "Simpsons" artist Eric Keyes drew what he thought would happen if Homer came face to face with the merry band of zombie killers... Show More Summary
You might think you have a good Homer Simpson impression, but Brock Baker will put you to shame.
Whether with friends or alone in the forgiving glow of the bathroom mirror, many Simpsons fans have likely attempted a quick Homer,… Read More