As Gizmodo's io9 blog rightly points out, the film's real-life recreations of the cartoon characters are so impressively realistic that they're, well, borderline creepy. Not convinced? Play the clip again and take a closer look at Leela’s lone eye and just the generally gross look of Professor Farnsworth. Regardless of how you feel about them, you have to admit they look pretty damn spot-on -- especially Bender, Zoidberg, and even Fry.
Although it's unclear if the filmmakers received permission to recreate Futurama and its characters, the clip ends with the following disclaimer/thank you note to the show’s creators:
“The makers of FAN-O-RAMA would like to express our sincere gratitude to Matt Groening, David X. Cohen, 20th Century Fox and all of the talented individuals who worked to bring Futurama into our lives. We hope that our love letter is taken as it’s meant to be: as a sign of our deep appreciation and respect for all that you’ve done, and not as some creepy we’re-outside-your=window-at-3am stalkerish sort of way. Your creation serves as an inspiration to use all and will certainly remain one of the top five cartoons about a time-traveling delivery boy named Philip for decades to come. Thank you.”