It was a great pleasure to co-produce this fantastic gallery opening for Nancy Cartwright. We organized and managed the food, coffee, entertainment, valet and general layout of the gallery for viewing of her work on the very important subject of the drugging of children. Nancy’s work had stunning impact on the guests attending and greatly increased the awareness of this vital human rights violation.
There has been a huge amount of fan art based on The Simpsons and characters from the show over the years. But these guys take the musical cake. A heavy medal band based on Ned Flanders.
Not everyone is aware of how much actual work and labor goes into making a single episode of The Simpsons. There’s a LOT to it. And wired into the process are the various factors that have brought the show to enter its 31st year just as fresh and funny as ever.
Variety published an extensive article about Nancy’s first episode of The Simpsons which has her own writer’s credit attached.
Nancy Cartwright did a podcast interview with Jamie Muffett of Backstage Magazine yesterday, covering a wide range of subjects including, how she got into VO work, how The Simpsons episodes are produced, etc.
The new live-action Kim Possible movie has premiered. Here’s the synopsis: Everyday teen hero Kim Possible (Sadie Stanley) and her best friend Ron Stoppable (Sean Giambrone) embark on their freshman year of high school, all while saving the world from evil villains. While Kim and Ron have always been one step ahead of their opponents, navigating the social hierarchy of high school is more challenging than the action-heroes ever imagined. With Drakken (Todd Stashwick) and Shego (Taylor Ortega) lurking in the wings, Kim must rely on her family and friends on Team Possible—Ron, tech-genius Wade (Issac Ryan Brown), new friend Athena (Ciara Wilson), and Rufus, a naked mole-rat—to stop these super villains.