How’s this for a mash-up?
Bill and Ted travel to the land of Oz where they meet Gay Superman, the crew of the USS Enterprise, General Zod, Wreck-It Ralph, Amanda Bynes, and the ghost of late Glee star Cory Monteith (in the form of a tornado).
This could have been absurdly awesome–instead, the producers decided to go in another direction, and put on a show offensive to every moral, ethical, artistic, and simply HUMAN sensibility imaginable. (more…)
We first heard about the upcoming Halloween special of The Venture Bros. at Dragon*Con, first announced at the comedy concert, Gonzaroo, and later confirmed with the footage revealed during Doc Hammer, Jackson Publick, and Jame Urbaniak‘s panel, Let’s All Smoking! I should know, I was there, and live-tweeted it all. (Psst, I also covered The Venture Bros. costume contest.)
Now creator Jackson Publick has graciously shared a few stills from that Halloween special allowing the non Dragon*Con-going, Let’s All Smoking!-attending to get a taste of what’s to come.
Here’s some details about where the new season is, production wise, from Publick,
… we’re just wrapping up pre-production on season 5 of The Venture Bros. We ship our last episode (which is actually the second half of what will be the premiere episode) to Korea this week. All other episodes have shipped, and all of the art staff (except for few stragglers in the Color department) have gone home. We’re received take one rough cuts of the first two episodes from the overseas studio already and are expecting the third this week. Which means we’re about to start post-production. The Halloween episode is obviously the first one we’ll edit and deliver, since it has to make it’s October airdate (the official date has yet to be determined). JG Thirlwell has already completed his genuinely spooky score (we drew some inspiration from the soundtrack to Klute when we first met about this episode a few months ago) and we’re just waiting on some animation retakes from Korea before Doc works his magic on the titling and transitions and adds his special sauce to select sequences.
Doc’s currently on a train back from Atlanta, but when he returns to the AstroBase, we’ll no doubt start talking more earnestly about writing our planned long form special, to be produced some time between seasons 5 and 6. We’ve already had a lot of “big idea” discussions about season 6 as well, so I’m hoping we get to work on all of this stuff sooner rather than later and we don’t make you people wait 2 years between seasons again.
GO TEAM VENTURE!
Source: Geek Tyrant