The Simpsons Movie: Two New Movie Posters

 The Simpsons Movie Quad Poster

Simpsons Movie PosterAre friends at FilmIck have posted two new posters/banners for The Simpsons Movie.

The new one-sheet and quad have the tag-line “The Greatest Family Adventure Of All Time.” and show the Simpson family running away from the Springfield mob. And of course, Homer is distracted by the donut styled O in the Simpson Movie logo. I’m guessing that this is a UK poster because of the “In Cinemas Everywhere” line and the formatting of the release date. Click on the images to enlarge.

The Simpsons Movie hits theaters on July 26th 2007.

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Fox has released yet another trailer for The Simpsons Movie. This one will be attached to Evan Almighty, which hits theaters tonight. The new trailer features Homer and Bart on a fishing trip, President Schwarzenegger, the destruction of Springfield, a Naked Bart, Spider-Pig and much much more. I have to admit, I wasn’t really looking forward to this, but the more I see, the more interested I become. I still think, like many of you, that this movie is ten years too late. Check out the trailer after the jump.

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Six New Posters: The Simpsons Movie

The Simpsons Movie posterOur friends at FirstShowing have posted six new posters for The Simpsons Movie.

The new posters show sequences from the film and have the tag-line: “See our family, and feel better about yours.” Check out the new posters after the jump.

The Simpsons Movie hits theaters on July 27th 2007.

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The Simpsons Movie Trailer is 70% FAKE

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Think you know what The Simpsons Movie is about? Think again. Simpsons Writer/Director/Producer James L Brooks claims that 70% of the theatrical trailer is not even in the finished film:

“It started out as people wanting to know what it was about, and then we were having fun with it, putting out false story lines. We’ve revealed more with each successive trailer. We’ll continue to do that,” Brooks told EW. “We saw a trailer the other day, and somebody said 70 percent of the things in it – based on where we were eight weeks ago – are no longer in the movie, because we keep on fooling around.”

Brooks also revealed that “there are 94 speaking parts [so far]. And our animals don’t speak,” and “at least one [new character]. If you count nonhuman, two.” The Simpsons Movie hits theaters on July 27th 2007.

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As you probably know, Back to the Future is (sadly) OUT, and The Simpsons are now IN at Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando. The new Simpsons ride is due in both theme parks next spring. This really amusing quote comes from series creator Matt Groening.

“The ride is designed to duplicate the ‘Simpsons’ home-viewing experience, only at high speed and with lots of screaming,” creator Matt Groening said in a statement.

The Simpsons Movie International Movie Trailer

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Our friends at FilmIck pointed us to this new movie trailer for The Simpsons Movie. Sure, it’s an international Taiwanese trailer, but don’t let that stop you because the whole thing is in English. Just ignore those pesky subtitles on the bottom of the screen because this new advertisement features a bunch of new footage. Check it out on Yahoo!.

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The first full-length movie trailer for The Simpsons Movie has hit the web.
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Homer Simpson’s Academy Award Predictions


In what appears to be an savvy marketing gimmick to promote The Simpsons Movie, Fox has released Homer Simpson’s Academy Award picks. You can check out the picks after the jump, but be forewarned, the list contains spoilers for Little Miss Sunshine and The Departed)
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The Simpsons Movie Plot Revealed

The Simpsons Movie in 2D

The plot of The Simpsons Movie has been a highly guarded secret. Why? We have no idea. The three teaser trailers and leaked comic-con animatics don’t reveal much at all in terms of story. IMDb doesn’t even have a plot synopsis. So when Microsoft accidently spoiled the plot, I was surprised.

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