Out of respect for Marcia Wallace, who passed away at the age of 70 on Friday (Oct. 25), “The Simpsons” showrunner plans to retire her iconic character of Edna Krabappel.
“I was tremendously saddened to learn this morning of the passing of the brilliant and gracious Marcia Wallace,” producer Al Jean says in a statement. “She was beloved by all at ‘The
In trying to scare up some laughs for its annual Halloween episode, The Simpsons also got deadly serious: They recruited big-screen writer-director Guillermo Del Toro. Known for crafting surreal worlds of fantasy and horror (Pan’s Labyrinth, The Devil’s Backbone) as well as action (Pacific Rim), Del Toro turned Springfield into this own wicked playground with a 2-minute-45-second couch gag/opening titles extravaganza to kick off Oct. 6′s “Treehouse of Horror… Continue reading ‘The Simpsons’: Guillermo del Toro on creating the epic opening to ‘Treehouse of Horror XXIV’
The Florida property O.J. Simpson called home for almost a decade prior to being sent to prison in Nevada is going up for auction.
Two years after JP Morgan Chase filed to foreclose on the house, a Miami-Dade County judge has signed off on a motion for summary judgment, reports Gossip Extra.
The bank will take possession of the disgraced sports star’s house on Tuesday. It… Continue reading O.J. Simpson’s Florida Home To Be Sold At Foreclosure Auction
Trying to earn O.J. Simpson a new trial for the armed robbery and kidnapping conviction that sent him to prison in 2008, the former football great’s new attorney is convinced “he has a very good chance now.”
“I don’t think the state was able to counter any of our issues,” Ozzie Fumo told the AP.
Simpson contends that he had terrible legal representation from his longtime attorney and close friend Yale… Continue reading ‘O.J. Has A Very Good Chance Of Getting New Trial,’ Says Simpson’s New Attorney
When tuning into “The Simpsons” Sunday (April 14), don’t be shocked to see the family missing from their usual spot on the couch. Instead, viewers will see Marge, Homer and the kids working in a new family business: “blue sky” cupcakes.
As Marge makes and sells the cupcakes at the church bake sale, Homer oversees the operation by sleeping on the couch and sneaking some batter for himself