On Wednesday’s episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy debuted a hilarious new trailer for The Dark Knight Rises, which makes it seem a whole lot funnier than the serious action-adventure we’re expecting. Fallon added his own personal touch by getting Paul Reubens to lip-dub all the character’s voices as Pee-wee Herman, including Batman, Catwoman and Bane.
There’s nothing like the constrained, high pitched voice of Pee-wee Herman imitating Bane: ”Your punishment must be more severe.”
The Dark Knight Rises hits theatres on July 20 (ONE WEEK AWAY). The movie stars Christian Bale, returning as Batman, Anne Hathaway, Morgan Freeman, and Tom Hardy.
If that video we posted last week of Keanu Reeves riding the subway and giving a lady his seat warmed your heart, get ready for more metro madness.
A new Tumblr page has been created showing off all the hottest celebs riding the tram like the rest of us normal folk.
From big names like Rihanna to CNN’s Anderson Cooper, celebrities aren’t afraid to move around from point A to point B in sometimes over-cr0wded and stinky vehicles. Welcome to my world, Kim Kardashian!
Here are a few photos you can expect to see over at Celebrities on the Subway.
After spending $10 million on a fake wedding, Kim and her sister Kourtney had to cut back on driving SUVs.
Nor sure if that guy is way too happy to see Pee Wee Herman or if he’s just excited about subways!
Jake Gylenhaal not only rides the subway but he also reads on it. A true multi-tasker!
Offbeat kid’s show “Pee-wee’s Playhouse” is returning to the small screen 15 years after signing off. On Tuesday, the Cartoon Network announced that it is adding the Emmy-winning program to its late-night Adult Swim lineup, reports E! Online.
Beginning July 10, the network will air all 45 original episodes of the program, which features Paul Reubens as the title character. A long list of celebrities, including Phil Hartman, Laurence Fishburne, Natasha Lyonne and Benicio Del Toro, appear in secondary roles.
The show originally premiered on CBS in 1986, following the success of Tim Burton’s 1985 feature-length directorial debut, “Pee-wee’s Big Adventure.”
The show came crashing down in 1991, after Reubens was arrested for indecently exposing himself in a Florida porn theatre.