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The most famous animated family, follow the Simpsons as Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie continue their weekly adventures in Springfield

Homer Simpsons Sings Taylor Swift’s Shake it Off

There’s a nifty new web app called Crumbles, which basically allows people to create instant video mashups just by typing any phrase or sentence onto a form. As a way of promoting the app, the creators were probably torn between catering to fans of the Simpson or fans of Taylor Swift, so they just did the next best thing and created a mashup video of Homer singing along to Taylor Swift’s “Shake it Off.”

You can check out the video below:

The Simpsons Finally Makes Its Way to China

It’s well known that Western film and TV properties usually have a hard time gaining a foothold in China, and that producers and studios usually have to make concessions and edit/add scenes just to get their movies shown. Fox Television and Matt Groening’s iconic animated TV series The Simpsons will be joining the list of popular American properties that will be shown in China. The landmark deal came via the online video service Sohu Video, which has signed a multi year deal to bring a Mandarin-subtitled version of The Simpsons to viewers across China.

Roger Helps Promote FXX’s Every. Simpsons. Ever.

FXX has recently commissioned mixed-media production outfit Roger to create a promo package for the launch of The Simpsons in cable syndication, which started last August 21st with the 12-day marathon titled “Every. Simpsons. Ever.” which also serves as the longest marathon ever in TV history.

The Every. Simpsons. Ever. Event featured various animated network IDs and teasers, and Roger’s contribution consists of the FXX logo morphing into the iconic Simpsons characters. You can watch the video below:

Hologram USA Sues Fox Over Homer Simpson 3D Presentation at Comic-Con

According to a recent report from The Hollywood Reporter, Hologram USA has just filed a lawsuit against 20th Century Fox over a violation of their patents in exhibiting a 3D representation of The Simpsons’ Homer during their panel at the last Comic-Con. You can check out footage of the panel below:

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