The Simpson, An animated production that began as shorts in the 1980s, managed to earn a place on American television and have its own full season, broadcasting uninterruptedly since 1987. Currently, all its installments are available on the Star+ platform.
In 2007, 20 years after the birth of the characters, Fox released a movie about The Simpsons that did not have a good reception among Latin American fans, but which was celebrated by critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the production has an 87% approval rating. However, was she recognized with any awards?
Since 2001, there is the category of Best Animated Film at the Oscars.
The first film to be awarded this award was Shrek, and for chronological reasons, Toy Story 1 and 2 could not be nominated. Since then, this award has mostly been given to Disney movies, with a few exceptions like Spider-Man: Into the Spider Verse.
However, what happened to The Simpson? In the case of the animated film directed by David Silverman, a long-standing producer and cartoonist for the series who had experience as a director on Monsters Inc. years before, It wasn’t even nominated for the 2008 Oscars ceremony.
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