The Simpsons’ original script font, dubbed The Bee movie font, has a new script font for the upcoming film The Bee starring Tom Hanks and Emma Stone.
The Bee movie, which was written by the Simpsons’ co-creator Matt Groening and directed by Gary Ross, is set in the 1980s, and the new font is designed by the same font creator, who has a long history of helping children with their visual literacy.
The new font, which has a white border on the upper right hand corner of the screen, uses a new version of the same typeface that the Simpsons used for the script font in the 1970s and 1980s.
In fact, The Bee font has been used by the movie’s screenwriter Gary Ross for the past four years, and now the Simpsons font has the new script style.
Ross said the font is a little too large for the film, which will be rated PG-13.
“The font is really small for the movie,” he said.
“It’s not a great font.
But it’s good enough.”
Ross also shared a little more information about the font.
The font will feature a new font in its lower right corner, which is more in line with its original style.
It’s designed by Gary Rosen, who previously worked on the script for the popular animated television series, Bart’s New Groove.
The Bee is also featured in Ross’ graphic novel series, The Simpsons: Bart and Morty.
The Simpsons’ “Treehouse of Horror XXIV” movie font is one of many fonts featured in the upcoming Simpsons movie.
It was used for a wide variety of things from the opening credits to the episode titles and the opening sequence.
Ross added that The Bee script font will be used for every episode of the movie, with a full script font included in every edition.
The script font is also available to download in font-searchable PDF format.
You can find a sample in the Simpsons Movie Script Font download page.