Tag Archives: Pee-wee Herman
Sequels are awesome, plain and simple. Returning to familiar characters and worlds we love is like covering yourself with a warm blanket, although when a sequel is bad it can be like a blanket covered in potato bugs and lice. Studios love sequels because seven times out of ten they open huge, no matter how good they are. Get More »
As we all know, there are film fans everywhere, even (especially?) in the world of sports. That works out well, since athletes are granted a public forum with which to showcase their movie fandom that maybe, say, systems analysts or accountants are not. (Sorry, systems analysts and accountants.)
But while athletes (or coaches) paying homage to their favorite films is nothing that's necessarily new, those instances have come in varying degrees of devotion. Here, we have nine memorable cases of sports mimicking movies, either in front of the camera or on the field. Get More »
They say that life is one big adventure, which is actually true, but only if you're Pee-wee Herman. For the rest of us, you know, ho hum.
But if you've always wanted to turn your own life into a big adventure, now is your chance, thanks to a brand new cycling outfit that lets you cruise the highways and bi-ways of America, Pee-wee style. Get More »
Pee-wee Herman. Abraham Lincoln. Two American icons, two American iconoclasts, two beacons of freedom, hope and silly bar-top dances. But while Herman and Lincoln occupy special places in the American psyche, they have never had the chance to really work together.
Are you read for Pee-wee Herman's version of the new "Lincoln" trailer? Get More »
Years from now, Christian Bale's turn as Batman may be most remembered for his signature deep, husky voice. It seems only fitting that one of America's favorite entertainers lends his equally unmistakable voice to a trailer for "The Dark Knight Rises."
The beloved pop culture icon Pee-wee Herman dubs all the voices in a "Dark Knight Rises" trailer, complete with his iconic scream and "Huh, Huh, Huh, Huh" laugh.
While this "new" trailer, which premiered on Wednesday night's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon," won't give you any more clues into what you can expect from the mysterious "Dark Knight Rises," and it especially won't help you better understand Bane's muffled voice, it certainly will have you looking at the movie in a new, more hilarious way. Get More »
Steve Jobs, the business-savvy genius who pioneered home computing with Apple and conquered the movie industry with Pixar, has passed on at the age of 56. The official Apple website has posted a tribute to the company's visionary leader, and even President Obama issued a statement hailing Jobs as "among the greatest of American innovators."
Jobs co-founded Apple, and in 1986, purchased the computer animation division of Lucasfilm called The Graphics Group, which later became the Pixar animation studio, one of Hollywood's biggest runaway success stories.
His global influence is being paid tribute to via the devices he devised as some of the biggest names in Hollywood took to Twitter to pay tribute to Steve Jobs...
Justin Bieber will be making a cameo appearance in Pee-wee Herman's new movie. He just doesn't know it yet.
Pee-wee has been developing a new movie project with Judd Apatow and announced Justin's (potential) involvement while being interviewed at the San Diego Comic-Con.