Slice of SciFi #280: Interview with Billy West from “Futurama,” Part One

west_fryIn the News:

  • The moon is shrinking.
  • Find out more about the girl behind “F*** Me, Ray Bradbury.”
  • Solar powered toothbrushes

Multiverse News: Nigel Blackwood gives us all the news, weather and sports.

Movie Talk:

  • Time-shifting has Hollywood re-considering its marketing of movies.
  • The sequel to “Piranha 3-D” is already green lit.

Slice of Trivia: Kurt’s back with some new clips to stump the studio crew and you.  Can you figure them out before the studio crew does? And don’t forget Kurt needs your clips for future trivia segments. Send them: sliceoftrivia@gmail.com

TV Talk: Joe Hill’s “Locke and Key” is being developed for television.

Interview: It’s the first half of our interview with Billy West. You might know Billy from some of his many voice roles on “Futurama.”

In the Future:

  • A new “Days Missing” graphic novel mini-series is coming.
  • David Goyer has already sold his latest (and mostly unwritten) trilogy to Warner Brothers.

Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know. (Our Voicemail Number: 206-339-TREK). Keep your comments brief, or funny, and maybe you’ll hear your message on the voicemail show!


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