Adam WarRock Raps Disney's 'Gravity Falls', New Episode To Air June 26 After Two-Month Hiatus [VIDEO]
By Staff Writer | June 03, 2013 03:42 PM EDT
Disney's "Gravity Falls" is finally seeing the light of day after a two-month long hiatus, first with the "Gravity Falls Rap 2.0" created by Adam WarRock, and with the new episode titled "The Land Before Swine" set to premiere June 26.
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The twins Dipper and Mabel Pines are in for an unexpected adventure, when they spend the summer with their great uncle in the mysterious town of Gravity Falls, Oregon.
Adam WarRock, a rapper specializing in pop culture topics, shows his love for Disney's critically acclaimed "Gravity Falls" with a second rap that utilized the animated series' opening title music.
Listen to the rap below:
Fans have been starved for new episodes since the April 19 episode "Boyz Crazy," and for a while the future seemed uncertain for the critical darling, even according to series creator Alex Hirsch.
@emichael781 The next episode is called "The Land Before Swine" Not sure when 'ole Mickey Mouse is letting it outta the vault!
— Alex Hirsch (@_AlexHirsch) May 11, 2013
But worries be gone! According to Zap2it, new episode "Land Before Swine" will air June 26 on Disney.
"When a prehistoric beast snatches Mabel's beloved pig Waddles, the Pines family must journey to a land trapped in time to rescue him," says a synopsis of the upcoming episode.
Using the vocal talents like Kristen Schaal and Jason Ritter, "Gravity Falls" will hopefully go back to a regular weekly airing schedule this summer.
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