Musicals: The new commercial for Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark showcases some previously-seen footage, but a good deal of terrifying Hammerhead puppetry, big screen Kraven swiping, Green Goblin facery and continued Carnage... uh... carnage
Comic-Con may be over for 2010, but its intergalactic equivalent is just getting started in the retro-futuristic 31st century of "Futurama." According to Comedy Central, the show's August 26 episode entitled "Lrrreconcilable Ndndifferences" will feature guest appearances by "Simpsons" and "Futurama" creator Matt Groening, executive producer David X
When it comes to bestowing wisdom regarding the return of "Futurama," few are as qualified as the voice of Fry, Professor Farnsworth, Dr. John A. Zoidberg and Zapp Brannigan himself, Billy West. Seeking the insights of a career talent and a vocal proponent of the show, I picked the brain of a very gracious West over at Asylum. 20th Century Fox even provi
The original panel for "Futurama" was billed as an event where we would "join executive producers Matt Groening and David X. Cohen, and stars Billy West, Katey Sagal, John DiMaggio, and Maurice LaMarche for high-stakes thrills as a top-ranking FOX executive decides live, on stage, whether 'Futurama' will make yet another triumphant return or whether it is gone forever!"
It was an obvious setup for a Fox exec to reunite the cast and creator and cue wild applause from fans for the revival of the cult favorite cartoon. Unfo
Matt Groening's space comedy "Futurama" has long been mourned as a show taken from us too soon, cancelled by Fox in 2003 largely for not being "The Simpsons." And though it rose again for reruns on Comedy Central's "Adult Swim" late night programming, we believed that it was only a wonderful zombie, lurching about with no hope of new life