Bringing the story to screen was a nearly 30-year effort, Cartwright said.
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For most fans of "The Simpsons," the name Nancy Cartwright may ring a bell as the voice of 10-year-old troublemaker Bart Simpson over 28 seasons of the Fox animated show.Cartwright, 59, co-wrote the new film, out in U.S. theaters this weekend, a mostly autobiographical tale of how her obsession with filmmaker Federico Fellini led to her own impromptu solo Italian adventure to find the elusive director.Bringing the story to screen was a nearly 30-year effort, Cartwright said.Fox Broadcasting has confirmed "The Simpsons" will continue to its 30th season and Cartwright said she does not foresee an end.
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