Simpsons Future Predictions 2020 | 5 Already Came True!
In this Article we are going to Highlight Simpsons Future Predictions 2020, 5 Already Came True! Lets have a look on those Simpsons Predictions that Came true they’ll surely make you crazy!
Simpsons Predictions That Came True
1. VR Glasses
In all very cool! Every Simpsons episode is turning into a 360° Virtual Reality experience surrounding you with jokes.
For The Simpsons 600th episode, Fox has teamed up with Google to create a Google Spotlight story in virtual reality. The immersive experience entitled “Planet of the Couches”. It has a few interactive scenes, such as the classic bar jokes of Moe the bartender or Ralph (being lost). The couch gag intro in every Simpsons episode will turn into a 360° Virtual Reality experience surrounding you with jokes.
Fox also created a Simpsons branded Google Cardboard (vr headset), that was distributed to to lucky winners. The experience is done on your mobile device on the Google Spotlight Stories app for Cardboard. The experience can be done with or without a headset, but certainly is best done in the intended immersive way, with the headset. Using branded cardboards is an excellent way to introduce people to VR.
2. The Shard
A 1995 Episode called ‘Lisa’s Wedding’ saw Lisa visit London, and in it you can clearly see a skyscraper behind Tower Bridge that looks strikingly similar to The Shard, and is even located in exactly the right place.
The episode aired 14 years before construction on The Shard had even begun.
3. Disney bought 20 century fox co-produced by marvel
In wake of the industry-shaking news on Tuesday that The Walt Disney Co. has completed a $52.4 billion stock deal to purchase most of the key assets of 21st Century Fox, people were left with many questions about the deal. What does it mean for the future of X-Men movies?
And for the cable networks that Disney acquired, like FX and National Geographic? Also for the future of movie-making period? And, of course, did The Simpsons really predict that it would happen almost 20 years ago? We don’t know the answers yet to the first group of questions, but for the last one, the answer is a surprising yes!
when it was released in 1998, during November sweeps! Written by Richard Appel (the last episode he wrote of the series), “When You Dish Upon a Star” involved Homer Simpson becoming the personal assistant to Alec Baldwin and Baldwin’s then-wife, Academy Award-winning actress, Kim Bassenger had just recent. Baldwin and Basinger had moved to Springfield to get away from the limelight of Hollywood. Their friend, Director Ron Howard, visited them at their home.
4. Olympic curling victory.
when the men’s team, led by skip John Shuster, defeated Sweden on Saturday.
But it just so happens that The Simpsons predicted that exact outcome eight years ago.
5. Toys R US Cartoon model
The animated series seem to have predicted the demise of Toys R Us long before the company announced it was closing all its stores.
In a 2004 episode, titled Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays, a group of childless adults start destroying all child-friendly things in Springfield. The group turns the ‘R’ around in Toys R Us to face the proper way on their rampage.
While the episode didn’t mention the company going out of business some on social media suggest the implication was there.
Now we are going to take a Look on Simpsons Future Predictions And Predictions Came True Already 2018 2nd Part which is:
Simpsons Future Predictions 2020
1. Mars Colonization
Private Mars colonization has gotten “The Simpsons” treatment. In the venerable show’s latest episode — “The Marge-ian Chronicles,” which aired Sunday (March 13) on Fox — Lisa applies to become an astronaut with a company called Exploration Inc.
which aims to launch colonists toward Mars in 2026. Exploration Inc. is an obvious nod to Mars One, the Netherlands-based nonprofit that wants to land four astronauts on Mars in 2027, as the vanguard of a permanent settlement. “Think of how satisfying it will feel to stand in the Valles Marineris and thunder-chug a Blue Bronco energy drink,”
One of the Exploration Inc. guys says to Lisa and some other applicants (who include “Simpsons” regulars such as Principal Skinner, Professor Frink and Rainier Wolfcastle). Eventually, all of the other Simpsons — Homer, Marge, Bart and baby Maggie — apply to become colonists themselves, in an effort to make Lisa lose interest in the project. This development excites the publicity-hungry Exploration Inc. guys.
2. Robot taking over the world.
In “Lisa’s Wedding,” we discover that librarians have been replaced with robots in the “Simpsons” universe.
More than 20 years later, robotics students from the University of Aberystwyth built a prototype for a walking library robot, while scientists in Singapore have begin testing their own robot librarians.
3. Arnold Schwarzenegger become next president.
In 2007 they made another hilarious and equally seemingly unbelievable predication – that the man sitting in the oval office could one day be President Arnold Schwarzenegger. Arnold appears in The Simpsons Movie – the yellow-faced family’s first and only big screen outing – in which he orders Springfield to be contained by a giant glass dome.
The former governor of California seemingly hates his job and runs the White House purely on beefy Austrian instinct.
He decrees “I was elected to lead, not to read” when he is offered five files detailing options of what should be done with The Simpsons’ hometown of Springfield.
4. 3D Hologram.
Everybody who saw or heard about it was surely amazed by the Tupac digital “resurrection” which took place in 2012 at Coachella. For those who didn’t however, we’re talking about a projected Tupac singing on-stage again with Snoop Dogg, Dre and Co., a dream come true for many of the rapper’s fans who never got to see him perform live.
Granted, it wasn’t a hologram in the proper technical sense of the word (it was actually done using the “Pepper’s Ghost” technique), but it serves to show that people’s interest for holograms is big at the moment.
Which is what the “Lisa’s Wedding” episode hints at as well as it presents the university campus and its (malfunctioning) holographic tree “planted in memory of a real tree”. The kicker? Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum projection artists managed to create a Christmas tree which appeared to hang in the air inside a hall of the museum. So if we define holography as a “3-D projected object” it appears we have that technology now or are very close to it (as many R&D labs are working on more advanced techniques using lasers etc.).
5. Green Energy
By continuing the theme of technology predictions, we move on to a prediction involving solar-powered vehicles. In the recent episode “Paths To Glory,”
Lisa Simpson, being the stalwart inventor she is, invents a solar-powered vehicle. She enters it in a roller-derby, and she is inches away from winning when a Duff blimp blocks out the sun, reducing her speed to zero just before she crosses the finish line. The townspeople gather around the disappointed girl, pointing and laughing at her utter failure. But is there a darker, more complex theme at play here? What we are seeing is the success of an alternate, green and renewable form of energy being sabotaged by a blimp belonging to a large corporate entity: Duff Beer. Could this symbolize the continued suppression of green energy by corporate interests in the past, and continuing into the future in our world? hat involved electric cars, but could there one day be a functional solar-powered vehicle that is suppressed by big (oil) business.