Springfield, NJ: Homer of the Simpsons?

Yes, friends Union County’s Springfield, NJ, has entered into a competition to become the premier city for the Simpson’s movie, which opens July 26.

Community members completed a video for the competition yesterday, according to a piece on NJ.com. More than 70 other Springfields across the country have entered.

It’s always been a bit of a mystery as to what state the Simpsons is set in. For some reason, Springfield, KY, sticks in our head but trying to sort through the 2 billion some Simpson episodes is a bit hard.

If they win, how cool would it be for the town of Springfield, of course, working against the town might be the fact it doesn’t have a movie theater. Doh!



2 Responses to “Springfield, NJ: Homer of the Simpsons?”

  1. Bill Says:

    Thanks for the mention. I directed the short film. It came out great and will be live soon at http://www.usatoday.com. Send me an e-mail and I’ll tell you the exact site when it comes up.

  2. Praful Bhatt Says:

    We like New Jersey for Springfield

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