exhibition about the future, it seems, can never die. Like its protagonist, 20th-century human Fry, it’s only been frozen for years, only to be thawed in an alien and older world. Last month, the beloved animated series was set for streaming revival on Hulu, with 20 new episodes required to reunite most of the original cast – the second such revival following the original 1999-2003 broadcast of the show which was revived from 2007-2013. Unfortunately, the biggest thing is missing: Voice actor John DiMaggio, who plays the fan-favorite robot Bender.
After a month of speculation, what fans call “#Bendergate” is over – DiMaggio is back, and exhibition about the future As fans know it will be back soon.
“#Bendergate is officially over,” DiMaggio said in a statement, “So put it on the back of a shelf behind the Christmas decorations, or maybe in that kitchen drawer with all the other crap you put in there like unused old glue. okay, or maybe even put it in a jar that you save for farts. Whatever floats your boat, I don’t care, you get the picture. I’m BACK, SON! MY SHINY METAL BITE ASS! ”
Previously, DiMaggio said that he was not on the show again at the time of announcement for “self-respect”, as negotiations over pay are still underway. At the time, the actor said the animation industry “capitalizes the artists’ time and talents,” saying he believes both he and his co-stars deserve to be paid more.
DiMaggio’s new statement does not address these initial complaints or how they were resolved.
New episodes of exhibition about the future slated to launch on Hulu in 2023.