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« on: 04-15-2007 12:33 »

I was thinking we could compile a list of questions for David Cohen or Matt Groening.

I've read some interesting interviews recently with David Cohen and Matt Groening that have cleared up some confusion (movies or episodes/movies are epidodes)

I have a few questions that haven't been addressed in any of the interviews I have read.

I figured that the readers of this forum would have some interesting questions as well.

I am not interested in spoiling plot information.

The Simpsons Movie has a "refined look" as opposed to the episodes being produced for television.
1. Will the Futurama movies/episodes have a different look?

I also read that the interval between the last Futurama episode, "The Devils Hands Are Idle Playthings" and the beginning of the first movie will be addressed at the beginning of the first movie. When the movie is released it will have been over 4 years since the last episode. (ie. Will Dwight and Cubert be 17 years old now?)

2. Will the characters have aged?

So if anyone has any good questions for Futurama's producers post them here and at some point (before press time promoting these movies) I could send them to Cohen and Groening and hope for a response. If your interested in posting a question here take a look at some recent interviews of these two and see if your question has already been answered (or dodged). Also if someone knows any good contact information for these two or any other high ranking Futurama employee please let me know.
Thanks -j.

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« Reply #1 on: 04-15-2007 13:26 »

Wouldnt we find out the answer just by watching it?  And wouldnt knowing kinda spoil some things?
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« Reply #2 on: 04-15-2007 13:39 »

Originally posted by SameSide:
I was thinking we could compile a list of questions for David Cohen or Matt Groening.

Yes. 'Cause they're absolutely going to take time out of their busy schedules to respond to questions like
"OMG, I love Bender! Do you love Bender!!!?"

which is pretty much all they'll get ot of On-Topic here.

You don't even know how to send them the questions you come up with... what's the point to this? You're better off asking the webmasters at this site (which owns PEEL anyways) and hoping that they have some insider info for you... or better yet, ask them if DXC and MG are likely to respond to you... if you can find out how to get your questions to them.

Gah. People should really put some more thought into their foolishness. This particular foolishness was not thought-through. It needs more work.

Bake it like a cake.

« Reply #3 on: 04-15-2007 15:45 »
« Last Edit on: 04-15-2007 15:45 »

First of all, I made this post in hopes that the fans of Futurama might be interested in finding out something that hasn't been asked by any interviewers. Who would be better to ask questions than the people who love the show?

I know some people don't have any questions and want to wait to find things out when they are released. I am one of them. I don't want to know specific plot details until I see these movies.

It's been a few years since the show was on and I am wondering if they've taken a new approach to the animation or backgrounds. I know they've come a long way in improving animation sequences on the series of The Simpsons.

It's true that the second question I have would be a slight spoiler. I'm curious if these characters age. In The Simpsons the characters don't age so i'm wondering if this is a whole new era of look and content for Futurama.

I do have contact information for the producers. I was simply asking if someone had any "good contact info" meaning; contact information that someone has used and has shown to be responsive. I ask this because I've found multiple addresses for both Groening and Cohen.

Thank you to those who choose to help.

« Reply #4 on: 04-15-2007 15:49 »

Originally posted by SameSide:
This is not foolishness, but "totalnerduk" are making yourself look foolish. If you don't have a question for them then move on.

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