30 of the Funniest Tweets from November 22, 2023
Sad news for Hot Topic assistant managers everywhere: If you find yourself wanting to return to HalloweenTown, it looks like you’re going to have to revisit Tim Burton’s original classic The Nightmare Before Christmas. The director of the 1993 film told Empire that he doesn’t ever want to see anything else from Jack and Sally. Or as he put it, “This movie is very important. I’ve done sequels, I’ve done other things, I’ve done reboots. I’ve done all that shit, right? I don’t want that to happen to this.” He went on to stand his ground with a very strongly worded warning that “you ain’t getting this property!”
Meanwhile over at GameStop, The Simpsons: Hit & Run 2 may not be hitting the shelves anytime soon, but developers aren’t to blame — they’re just as confused as we are. In an interview with MinnMax, a panel of creators behind the cult-classic game finally addressed the lack of a sequel. It turns out that a follow-up to the 2003 game was in the works as part of a five-game deal that executive producer John Melchior said was tabled in a “really bizarre decision.” Perhaps this new round of interest will be enough to find Homer Simpson back behind the wheel and racking up vehicular manslaughter charges all over Springfield.
In the meantime, the timeline is sending us off into the holiday with some seriously funny tweets to be thankful for. Today’s include those about a few boss babies, some human chow and what it truly means to live más.