Dan Castellaneta (Homer, Grampa Simpson, Krusty the Clown, and others), Julie Kavner (Marge and others), Nancy Cartwright (Bart and others), Yeardley Smith (Lisa), Hank Azaria (Moe Szyslak, Chief Wiggum and Apu Nahasapeemapetilon), and Harry Shearer (Mr. Burns, Principal Skinner, Ned Flanders, and others) each earn about $8 million annually for about 22 weeks’ work.
Well I guess you can consider this a bright spot for her recent career, due to recent headline making new that she has recently had to quit a movie due the nasty custody battle with her ex over her daughter.
via TV Guide
“Bart makes a short film version of his Angry Dad Web series and is up for an Oscar and other awards, but Homer tries to take all the credit,” executive producer Al Jean tells TV Guide Magazine. “Halle starts talking about herself as she’s presenting. She ad-libbed something she actually dreams about at night that we left in.”
I guess they are talking about that little incident last week with their lives being threatened over a little cartoon they did about Prophet Muhammed. I guess the people at The Simpsons are calling them wussies for censoring that part. Hey would you want some guys ready to kill you over a cartoon?
Still trying to wrap my head around this (no pun intended). Anyway here are some images from Playboy’s nude shoot of Marge Simpson.
TMZ has obtained the cover for Marge Simpson‘s November issue of Playboy — and needless to say, she’s got a bangin’ bod for having popped her first kid out thirty years ago (Show debuted in 1989, Bart was 10 … and still is).
If you missed the newest hit “The Cleveland Show” from Seth Mcfarlane. Check out the series premiere.
Later this month, “The Simpsons” will jump into its 21st season with yet another entry in the fantastic “Treehouse of Horror” franchise. To celebrate the upcoming milestone and to pay respects to some great hip-hop icons, Format and Moxy Creative have teamed up to produce a series of limited-edition posters that depict 10 famous rappers “Simpsonized.” The results are pretty great. As you can see in the posse shot below, some real heavy hitters are represented: Biggie Smalls, Tupac, Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg, Kanye West, Flavor Flav, Andre 3000, Eminem, Eazy-E and Fat Joe have all been converted into cartoon versions of their former selves.
Doesn’t anybody remember the Black Bart Simpson t-shirt craze back in the 90′s?
Advertising Agency: Executive Center, Luanda, Angola
Creative Directors: Antonio Pascoa, Claudio Rafael
Art Directors: Dogo Peixoto, Anderson Nielson
Copywriter: Miguel Reis
Illustrator: Goncalo Lopes
Published: April 2009