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Sunday, 26 September 2010

Matt Groening has today confirmed that a second Simpsons movie featuring Bender, Fry, Leela, Linda, Morbo, Amy and Hermes Conrad, which is called The Simpsons: Futuredramas is in development. The story line revolves around Homer being called by NASA to return to space.

As safety officer of Monty Burn's nuclear power plant, NASA request that he travel to the Planet Express in order to deal with a leak of poisonous gasses and a strange liquid that is pouring through the Plants Express air conditioning system.

Determined to accompany his dad in space, Bart hides in the trunk of the car, alerted to the fact Bart's Missing, Marge gets Lisa and baby Maggie in her car and rushes to NASA.

At the HQ of NASA times running out and the staff, not understanding the situation space suit everyone up and blasts them into space.

Homer, along with another astronaut called Paul Richardsion manage to fly to the Planet express, it's left to Bart and Lisa to deal with more bumbling mistakes from their dad, who in an unexpected twist falls in love with one of the crew of Planet express.

Meanwhile Ned will find love in the most unlucky situation, Crusty is reunited with an old friend and Mo runs for the new owner of Duff. The movie is due to hit theatres on Christmas day 2011 world wide, with a movie trailer scheduled for next Valentine's day after a two part Valentine special in which Mr Burns marries the cat lady.

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