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Comedy Central Announces Animated Comic-Con Panels And Free Party

Comedy Central Announces Animated Comic-Con Panels And Free Party We have news on what shows and who they are bringing to Comic-Con this year. And the Best part is a FREE party this year. The schedule includes: an " Ugly Americans " panel on Friday, July 23 from 10:00-11:00 a.m., a " Futurama " panel on Saturday, July 24 from 12:45-1:30 p.m. • Friday, July 23: " Ugly Americans " panel ( Room 25ABC ) 10:00-11:00 a.m. Join David M. Stern (Showrunner and Executive Producer), Dan Powell (Executive Producer), Jeff Poliquin (Supervising Producer), Devin Clark (Producer and Series Creator), Aaron Augenblick (Director of Animation), Matt Oberg (voice of Mark Lilly), Kurt Metzger (voice of Randall Skeffington) and Randy Pearlstein (voice of Leonard) for a behind-the-scenes look, a sneak peek into the return of new episodes in October, Q&A and more of COMEDY CENTRAL's new original animated series. One audience member will be selected to be drawn in

Fox Announces Comic-Con Panel Line-Up

Fox Announces Comic-Con Panel Line-Up With Comic-Con a little over a month away, the studio's are starting to announce their panel schedules. And while this is a teaser of panels you can expect from 20th Century FOX , we should get the full line up in a few weeks. Make sure to check back often for all you Comic-Con news. FRIDAY, JULY 23: 11:00-12:00 Bob’s Burgers : Creator/Executive Producer Loren Bouchard (Home Movies) and Jim Dauterive (King of the Hill) will be on hand to introduce animation fans to their hilarious new series premiering on Fox in January 2011. There will be a screening of never-before-seen footage followed by a Q&A in Room 25ABC. 12:00 – 1:00 Neighbors From Hell : Executive Producers Pam Brady (South Park) and Mireille Soria (Madagascar) screen a never-before-seen episode of their newly launched TBS animated series, and take questions from the audience along with their all-star voice cast including Molly Shannon (SNL), Patton Oswalt (My Weakness is

Futurama voice actors are going to keep their Jobs.

Futurama voice actors are going to keep their Jobs. It looks like the voice actors are going to keep their Job after all. Futurama star Maurice LaMarche, who voices a number of roles on the show—I counted 126 of them on, including Kif Kroker—confirms that that the original cast will back when the show is resurrected in 2010. "Officially, my deal is done," LaMarche said Friday in an exclusive interview with SCI FI Wire. "While I can't speak for the rest of the cast, I see no reason not to expect all the others will do the same by day's end." LaMarche's comments confirm a report in the Toronto Star. The newspaper reports that the entire voice cast has just signed a new contract with Fox after weeks of intense salary negotiations: As late as last week, the network was threatening to replace the original voices of Matt Groening's cult-hit cartoon, to the point of actually announcing a casting call for