It was reported last week that a exhibition about the future a reboot has been made, with the original creators of the show, David X. Cohen and Matt Groning, both of which return with some of the original members. However, despite voicing one of the show’s most popular characters, DiMaggio is currently not on the board after negotiations reached an impasse regarding pay.
“I’ve been thinking about everything that’s been going on these past few months and to be more specific, I don’t think I alone deserve to be paid more. I think the entire cast does the same,” DiMaggio tweeted Tuesday night. “Negotiation is a natural part of program business. Everyone has a different strategy and different boundaries… Some accept the offer, some stand their ground.”
– John DiMaggio (@TheJohnDiMaggio) February 16, 2022
It was previously confirmed that Billy West, Katey Sagal, Tress MacNeille, Maurice LaMarche, Lauren Tom, Phil LaMarrand David Herman will all reprise their respective roles in the Hulu revival. And while the producers hope DiMaggio will return as well, it is said that Bender’s voice will be recast if the actor doesn’t sign on to the project.
“Bender is a part of my soul and this is by no means disrespectful to the fans or me exhibition about the future family,” continued DiMaggio in his Twitter statement. “It’s about self-respect.”
“And to be honest, getting tired of an industry that has become so focused and capitalized on artists’ time and talent. Look, I wish I could give you every detail so you’ll understand, but that’s not my place. Thanks again for the love everyone. Still hoping for the best.”
The exhibition about the future The revival is expected to begin production in March, with hopes of a 2023 premiere. DiMaggio, meanwhile, is in New Orleans filming a recurring role on the upcoming AMC Interview with a Vampire series.
exhibition about the futureSeasons 1-10, Streaming, Hulu
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