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UNC, Arizona latest to reach out to 4-star Trey Parker

Trey Parker is No. 72 player in On3’s 2023 class. The 6-foot-2 guard was leading Nike’s EYBL in scoring coming into Peach Jam. This week the electric Parker is averaging 21.1 points and 3.4 assists on 3.0 made threes per game. “I got one mentality when I am...
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Comedy Central Announces “South Park: The 25th Anniversary Experience” A Multi-City Immersive Exhibit Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Cable’s Longest-Running Scripted Series from Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone

Comedy Central today announced that renowned franchise South Park will celebrate its 25th Anniversary this summer with “South Park: The 25th Anniversary Experience” an immersive, traveling exhibit showcasing props, memorabilia, art work, collectables and never-before-seen scripts, storyboards concept art & more. Inspired by the real South Park Studios...
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Matt Stone And Trey Parker Expected Fans To Pirate South Park — And Embraced It

If you had asked me in 1997 if I thought "South Park" was going to still be on the air when I reached an age to actually write about it for an online publication, I'd have asked you what "online" meant because I was in the first grade and it was 1997. As I made public knowledge (much to my mother's dismay) in my assessment of the "South Park" Paramount+ movie "The Streaming Wars," I've been watching "South Park" from the very beginning, and have spent way, way too much time analyzing this show's impact on pop culture. As genuine creative provocateurs are continually flushed out of the public eye, it's hard to not want "South Park" to live on, continuing the grand tradition of satire through the lens of offensive and bad taste.
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Kendrick Lamar’s ‘The Heart Part 5’ Video Kicks Off Partnership With ‘South Park’ Creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone

Click here to read the full article. It took a village to create Kendrick Lamar’s mind-melting new video for his song “The Heart Part 5,” which on the surface is just him performing in front of a red backdrop until you realize that his face deepfakes into those of OJ Simpson, Jussie Smollett, Nipsey Hussle, Kobe Bryant and Kanye West (who, ironically, himself dropped a video the same day using deepfake technology). While the video was directed and executive produced by Lamar and longtime creative collaborator Dave Free and features a host of creative collaborators (listed below), the deep fake is...
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Kendrick Lamar’s Deepfake ‘The Heart Part 5’ Launches Partnership with Trey Parker and Matt Stone

Click here to read the full article. Pulitzer Prize-winner Kendrick Lamar unveiled the first track for his upcoming album “Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers,” kicking off the first step in his partnership with Matt Stone and Trey Parker’s production company. Lamar’s latest single “The Heart Part 5” features the 13-time Grammy winner transforming into OJ Simpson, Jussie Smollett, Nipsey Hussle, Kobe Bryant, and Kanye West using deepfake technology from Parker and Stone’s Deep Voodoo studio under the Park County banner, as reported by Variety. “The Heart Part 5” is directed and executive-produced by Lamar and longtime collaborator Dave Free, comprising Lamar’s PGLang...
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South Park Creators Matt Stone & Trey Parker Announce 25th Anniversary Show at Red Rocks

South Park creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker have just announced something very interesting. The two multi-faceted comedy talents are celebrating the 25th anniversary of South Park, and the music of the show, with a concert at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this year. The show is set to take place on August 10 and will feature performances from two beloved rock bands, Primus and Ween.
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South Park 25th Anniversary Concert With Trey Parker And Matt Stone Is Coming To Red Rocks

"South Park" began its life as a series of crudely animated short film called "The Spirit of Christmas," which Matt Stone and Trey Parker made while students at the University of Colorado. The first short, made with paper cutouts, featured several small boys witnessing an ultra-violent fight between Jesus Christ and Frosty the Snowman. It was all very amusing. When Brian Graden, a Fox executive, saw "The Spirt of Christmas," he gave Stone and Parker $1,000 to remake it as a personal video Christmas card he was going to share with friends. The central fight was changed to Jesus Christ fighting Santa Claus, with the conflict being resolved by words of wisdom from Olympic figure skater Brian Boitano. It was distributed in Christmas of 1995. The short soon broke out online — back when it took hours to download a five-minute short — and began causing a sensation on the cult circuit; this author saw "The Spirit of Christmas" at a Spike & Mike's Sick and Twisted Festival of Animation in 1996. The redux of "The Spirit of Christmas" codified the setting as South Park, Colorado, and introduced the characters to be carried into a "South Park" TV series that debuted on Comedy Central on August 13, 1997.
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