Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche sat down with Solzy at the Movies ahead of Animaniacs returning to Hulu for its third and final season. Paulsen (Yakko Warner, Pinky) and LaMarche (Brain) reprise their roles alongside Jess Harnell (Wakko) and Tress MacNeille (Dot). All episodes of Animaniacs will premiere February 17 on Hulu. Watch the interview or read the transcript below: The synopsis for the new season is as follows: Yakko, Wakko, and Dot return with…"Animaniacs: Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche talk Season 3"
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Murder, Anyone? is a hysterical horror comedy and wonderful tribute to the late Emmy-winning comedy writer Gordon Bressack. Please make sure to watch through the credits! Bressack originally wrote his script as a stage play, which premiered at the White Fire Theatre in Los Angeles in 2017. His son, James Cullen Bressack, directed a beautiful tribute in adapting the play for the screen. The film might be 80 minutes long but it’s full of non-stop…"Murder, Anyone? Is A Hysterical Tribute to Gordon Bressack"
Rob Paulsen and Maurice LaMarche, who star as Yakko Warner/Pinky and the Brain, respectively, spoke about the new Animaniacs season, The new season, which premieres November 5 on Hulu, is a lot of fun if the five press screeners were any indication. I have to say that as a student of comedy, I loved the scratched Pinky and the Brain pilot episodes. They are so fun to watch. If you’re a fan of the classics,…"Rob Paulsen, Maurice LaMarche on Animaniacs"
The Animaniacs are back for a new season on Hulu and they’ve brought back all their friends including fan-favorites Pinky and the Brain. Before there was 30 Rock or Community, the Animianacs were the most meta series in existence. They are so self-aware that they blow the two broadcast comedies out of the water. Over twenty years later, the start exactly where they left off albeit with a Jurassic Park twist. As an FYI, the…"Animaniacs: The New Season Is Zany To The Max"