Georgie Peluse is the reason the Simpsons are yellow!
Due to the coronavirus, this year’s Comic-Con was live – great for me! – and I practically attended The simpsons @ Home sign from, you know, the comforts of my own home.
The panel, moderated by Yeardly Smith – the voice of Lisa Simpson – consisted of Simpsons writers, animators and directors and they shared fun facts about the acclaimed series!
The episodes of “Treehouse of Horror” are the most difficult to execute because there are different backgrounds (sets for the animation), different costumes, etc.
The first “Treehouse of Horror” was split between three directors (since the episode was in three parts), but now one director takes on each episode.
David Silverman – Simpsons host and director – plays lots of horns – including tuba.
There was a test animation for when Marge took off her cast – they were testing legs between her hair that looked like regular leg hair or mimicked the hair on her head.
There have been a lot of new things since The simpsons. As many.
Yeardley Smith’s home office has iconic Lisa Simpson characters – the character she voices – on the wall, but it doesn’t have another Simpsons memories in his house.
The writers and directors would like the Simpsons to go to Mexico for an episode.
Hannibal Buress, Olivia Coleman, David Harbor and Ben Platt will be in season 32 of The simpsons.
Jon Lovitz, Kelsey Grammer, Anne Hathaway, Cate Blanchett, Sacha Baron Cohen, Don Cheadle and Jack Black were some of the crew’s favorites in terms of guest stars.
Don Cheadle brought MUSIC for his episode.
Jack Black must have learned the Korean versions of “Goldfinger” and “What’s New Pussycat” for his episode.
In the 1950s there were comics called EC Comics, and Matt Groening – the creator – used them as inspiration to launch “Treehouse of Horror.”
Previous episodes of “Treehouse of Horror” used to have a message from Marge warning the viewer that this was going to be a scary episode.
It was the unused end of the Christmas special.
Finally, Georgie Peluse – an animator and colorist for the series – came up with the idea to make the Simpsons yellow, and Matt Groening said, “Yeah, okay. »
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