Futurama is gonna be leaving Netflix real soon. There is also a mobile game of the show coming out imminently. That latter fact is probably why series creator Matt Groening, head writer David X. Cohen, Billy West (Fry, Professor Farnsworth,...
Good news, everyone! Futurama is back, and in game form. Launching today on iOS and Android, the new free mobile game, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow, features dialogue from the show's creator, Matt Groening, along with series' head writer and executive producer David X. Show More Summary
I have something important to tell you: There's video proof of the latest Futurama game in development. Executive producer and series creator Matt Groening is involved, as is executive producer David X. Cohen. Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow is "coming soon" to mobile platforms including Android and iOS. Show More Summary
When Futurama creator Matt Groening talked about the upcoming iOS and Android game back in February, he teased that it will effectively contain some entirely new episodes. We’re gonna sneak some more Futurama episodes in there on whatever device people are gonna be using. The company has now released a trailer showing that the game will indeed live up to this promise … more…
One of the best science fiction franchises of all time, Matt Groening’s Futurama, centers around a modern-day loser being accidentally cryogenically frozen and awakening far in the future to a strange new world. While this aspect of cryogenics has been a staple of sci-fi for years, cryogenic...
Last year’s Futurama game Game of Drones may have been little more than a Candy Crush clone, but it sounds like the next game in the franchise will offer rather more. In an interview with USA Today, show creater Matt Groening says that...Show More Summary
Futurama is finding a new home on mobile in TinyCo and Fox Interactive's new game, Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow. They're really doing it up, bringing on board Futurama creator Matt Groening along with the original cast and writers. TinyCo wants the game to be a faithful recreation of the cartoon series' signature goofs. [Read more]
Futurama. Worlds of Tomorrow is "coming soon" to Android and iOS devices. And Matt Groening is on board. More »
Matt Groening and David X.Cohen’s Sci-Fi comedy Masterpiece Futurama has had an interesting ride. One of the first high-profile victims of TV-exec voodoo, it was dropped by FOX (who have a nasty habit of strangling good Science fiction at birth cough–Firefly-cough) before a comedy central resurrection. First as a series of films, before coming back […]
Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow, the next mobile game based on the cult TV show, is coming to Android and iOS sometime soon.
"'Futurama' is back, bigger and better than ever! Or possibly smaller and equally good. But either way, it’s back!” The post Futurama: Worlds of Tomorrow Game Coming from Matt Groening appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
TV cult favorite from The Simpsons creator Matt Groening revived for JamCity
From Fox series to... mobile game?
Born on this day in 1954, Matt Groening's instantly recognizable visual style, off-kilter humor, and knack for depicting the innate dysfunctionality of personal interactions have defined him as one of the most influential cartoonists of the late 20th/early 21st century. Show More Summary
Matt Groening's animated family has demonstrated an uncanny ability to see into the future.
Cinema Relics has released Fan-O-Rama, their unofficial live-action fan film based on Matt Groening‘s popular animated sci-fi series Futurama. The entire film is now available to watch online for free. We previously wrote about Tested‘s behind the scenes look at the fantastic fan film. A photo posted by Cinema Relics (@cinemarelics) on Dec 22, 2016 […]
Cinema Relics has finally released Fan-O-Rama, their unofficial 30-minute live-action fan film based on Matt Groening‘s popular animated sci-fi series Futurama. We previously wrote about Tested‘s behind the scenes look at the fantastic fan film. A photo posted by Cinema Relics (@cinemarelics) on Dec 22, 2016 at 9:33am PST A photo posted by Cinema Relics […]
Like 80 people are running for city council, Matt Groening's own Bojack horseman, the government is spying on us all, and much, much more! [ more › ]
Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, will speak at the Sydney Opera House this weekend on the secrets of the show. Now in its 28th season, The Simpsons is one of the mostly widely lauded, and enduring series in TV history. But has it peaked creatively? Is it time to draw the adventures of Homer, Bart, Marge and the gang to a dignified close? More »