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Twentieth Century Fox wins ownership rights to The Simpsons Movie domain nameWorld Intellectual Property Organization has ruled that the Twentieth Century Fox is the right owner of the thesimpsonsmovie.com domain name.The company already owns the rights to the film and the popular TV series.Twentieth Century Fox had earlier complained regarding this domain name which was [...]

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News Corp gains from The Simpsons movie performanceNews Corp has come out with their latest revenue report and the company has posted a 23 percent rise in quarterly operating profit.The company gained a lot from the good performance of their movie based on the hit television series The Simpsons.News Corp however warned that they could [...]

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'The Simpsons': See the first image of Lego Homer! | Inside TV | EW.com

You might want to block out some time for this episode of The Simpsons: On May 4, the long-running animated Fox comedy will journey into the world of Lego, as Homer finds himself transported into another yellow dimension. Will it be a snap for him to return to his old world? What happens when things like Kwik-E-Mart become the Brick-E-Mart? And how will this episode stack up against The Lego Movie, which has earned more than $250 million at the box office? “I think it’s just as good and it’s free,” quips executive producer Al Jean, who adds: “If anyone out there has an idea for a new material that the Simpsons can be made out of, please write to us. Cardboard? Yarn? Anything is up for grabs.” To learn more about the show’s 550th episode, titled “Brick Like Me,” read the following Q&A with Simpsons co-executive producer Brian Kelley, who wrote this unconventional installment, and executive producer Matt Selman, who oversaw the project.