Oh, Pee-Wee, you have been missed. This new trailer for the new Netflix-made movie is delightfully familiar. One might even say it looks like Pee-Wee goes on a Big Adventure during his Big Holiday. However, if you don’t want to see Joe Manganiello giving Pee-Wee Herman tips on being cool, then you are already lost.
It’s been over 30 years since Tim Burton made Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, but Mr. Herman (Paul Reubens) is peppy as ever in this first trailer for his feature-length Netflix movie, Pee-wee’s Big Holiday, which debuts March 18. The bow tie and laugh are, naturally, completely unchanged from the 1980s. Yay!
Say what you want about Gotham—that it’s a bad show, that it’s insane, that it’s horrifically violent given how goofy it is, or that it’s one of the most fundamentally inaccurate Batman stories ever told—but you can’t say the show doesn’t have its moments.
Back in 1992, Paul Reubens played Oswald Cobblepot’s snooty father in the movie Batman Returns. Now Pee-Wee Herman will play a different version of the Penguin’s dear old dad, this time on Gotham.
And that's not all! Pee-Wee's Big Holiday, as it's been titled, will be produced by Judd Apatow, directed by Broad City's John Lee, written by Paul Reubens and Comedy Bang Bang's Paul Rust, and begin produced in just a few months. So not only is a new Pee-Wee movie finally happening, it's already on its way!
Here's a newly released video of footage and concept art from an early go at Who Framed Roger Rabbit?. Created between 1981 and 1983, these characterizations of the Rabbits look quite a bit different from the ones audiences saw in 1988 – not to mention a Roger voiced by Paul Reubens (aka Pee-wee Herman).
For lovers of both bicycles and Paul Reubens, Podium Cycling is offering this Skinsuit inspired by Pee-Wee Herman's grey glen plaid suit, complete with printed red bowtie. The secret word is: Nostalgia.
One of the tricky aspects of Who Framed Roger Rabbit? was that the animators had to develop in Roger and Jessica Rabbit a pair of characters who could stand up to the well-known Disney and Warner Bros. characters dropping anvils in the background. This early pencil test shows a proto-form of the Rabbits, with Roger…
Want to know what it's like to be zapped into the brain of a guy who's about to be blown up on a train? You can get your first real taste.
This week's television holds many wonders: The return of Pee-Wee Herman! Isaiah Mustafa is back on Chuck. "Our" universe's Lincoln Lee appears on Fringe, and we've got the first clip. V's season finale goes all out!
Universal wants to make two Pee-Wee Herman films, and Judd Apatow just decided to back one of them. Only one question remains, who will Seth Rogen play?