The announcement comes months after Hank Azaria said he would stop playing the controversial Simpsons character Apu.
Another animated series is course-correcting its voice portrayal of non-white characters. “Moving forward, The Simpsons will no longer have white actors voice non-white characters,” Fox said in a statement on Friday. As previously reported, Hank Azaria already confirmed in January that he would part ways with Apu, explaining in a February interview that “it just [
The Simpsons and Family Guy are now the two latest shows to address the issue of white actors playing non-white characters in the world of animation, with The Simpsons announcing today, per Variety, that it’ll no longer “have white actors voice non-white characters.” Meanwhile, Mike Henry—who’s voiced the character of Cleveland Brown for the last 21 years on both Family Guy and The Cleveland Show—has announced that he’s stepping down from the part. “I love this character,” he said on Twitter,...
Kristen Bell will no longer voice Molly, who is mixed-race, on Apple TV+’s animated musical comedy series Central Park. Bell, who called playing Molly “act of complicity” that “shows a lack of awareness of my pervasive privilege,” will remain on the 20th Century Fox TV-produced show, playing a new character. Netflix’s animated comedy Big Mouth [
The White House will “seriously consider” a second stimulus payment, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said during a news conference Thursday morning.
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Trump administration officials will brief members of Congress about intelligence regarding Russian bounties on U.S. troops in Afghanistan, the White House confirmed on Monday.White House press secretary Kayleigh Mc
U.S. troops are set to remain at the country’s border with Mexico until late next year — though 1,500 fewer service members will be in place, according to a report. Defense Secretary Mark Esper has signed off on a request from the Department of Homeland Security to continue military support to the southern border —
WASHINGTON — Former national security adviser John Bolton was “drunk on power” during his time in the White House — acting like a diva on overseas trips and clashing with other officials, according to an upcoming tell-all book from former press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Bolton was unpopular with other Trump administration officials even before
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Fox Business Network senior correspondent Charlie Gasparino told the "Fox News Rundown" podcast Friday that President Trump "knows he has to get unemployment down below 10 percent" if he is to have any hope of winning reelection in November.