Doh! Dan Radcliffe Set to Dazzle in “Simpsons” Parody of “Twilight” Series

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Nov 18, 2009

Posted by SueTLC

Here is a rather delicious bit news today, as Entertainment Weekly and MTV report that actor Dan Radcliffe (Harry Potter) will lend his voice for the hit animated series “The Simpson.” In what is sure to be a sparkling performance 😉 Dan will sport fangs of a sort for a parody episode based on the mega hit Twilight series where he will portray a character named Edmund (yes, really) “a boy vampire whom Lisa falls for. Unfortunately for the
Twilight-crossed lovers, Homer and Dracula — Edmund’s dear, old dad —
don’t approve of the union, and they endeavor to put a stop to it.” This episode will air next fall as part of the Simpson’s ” “Treehouse of Horror XXI” triptych, the series’ yearly Halloween special.”

No word if Werewolves or Bella will make an appearance ;0 Thanks so much Radcakes fan!





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