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 Jan 25, 2010 - 02:08 PM - by Michael
* CN Hires Weird Al

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Cartoon Network has hired Weird Al. Hopefully this is the start of them getting away from the abysmal, awful stuff they've been running the past few years.
Without going into too much detail, the good folks at Cartoon Network decided that they liked me and wanted me to provide some content for them ? series, features, animation, live-action? they were open to anything. So after a couple years (yes, really) of the lawyers going back and forth, we finalized a deal ? now all I have to do is start making stuff! The first thing I?m on track to do for them is, in fact, a live-action feature film.
Go Al!
 

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