9 search results for The Pee Wee Herman Show

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    The Pee-Wee Herman Show on Broadway

    Type: Event | Date: Saturday, Mar 19, 2011

    The Broadway show comes to HBO.
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    HBO will bring 'The Pee-wee Herman Show' back to TV

    Type: Article | Date: Tuesday, Dec 21, 2010

    Paul Reubens' Broadway production will air as an HBO special
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    Lady Gaga, Pee-Wee Herman face-off in 2011 Emmy nominations

    Type: Article | Date: Thursday, Jul 14, 2011

    Outstanding Variety, Music or Comedy category boasts plenty of variety
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    Must Watch: Andy Samberg gets Pee Wee Herman wasted in New York

    Type: Article | Date: Sunday, Jan 16, 2011

    And is that Anderson Cooper?
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    Believe it: 'Rocky' the musical is heading to Broadway

    Type: Article | Date: Sunday, Apr 28, 2013

    Stage version of the Oscar-winning 1976 film has seen big success in Germany
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    Will Pee-Wee Herman be returning to the big screen soon?

    Type: Article | Date: Wednesday, Aug 7, 2013

    Paul Reubens says the film has funding, a screenplay and a mystery director
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    Top 10 musings on the 2011 Spike Scream Awards

    Type: Gallery | Date: Monday, Oct 17, 2011

    Clearly Peter Dinklage's ego has swollen enormously since his recent Emmy win...
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    The Dark Knight 'Rises', Darth Vader lives in fear of George Lucas at 2011 Scream Awards

    Type: Article | Date: Sunday, Oct 16, 2011

    Stars including Robert Downey, Jr., Anne Hathaway, Daniel Radcliffe make appearances
  • Batman Collection - 4 Film Favorites

    Type: Event | Date: Tuesday, Sep 29, 2009

    Includes - Batman (1989), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Batman Returns (1992), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Batman Forever (1995), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Batman & Robin (1997), MPAA Rating: PG-13 Batman Behind the black cowl, Gotham City superhero Batman is really millionaire philanthropist Bruce Wayne (Michael Keaton), who turned to crimefighting after his parents were brutally murdered before his eyes. The only person to share Wayne's secret is faithful butler Alfred (Michael Gough). The principal villain in Batman is The Joker (Jack Nicholson) who'd been mob torpedo Jack Napier before he was horribly disfigured in a vat of acid. The Joker's plan to destroy Batman and gain control of Gotham City is manifold. First he distributes a line of booby-trapped cosmetics, then he goes on a destruction spree in the Gotham Art Museum while the music of Prince blasts away in the background, and finally he orchestrates an all-out campaign to win the hearts and minds of the Gothamites, hoping to turn them against the Cowled One. Meanwhile, reporter Vicki Vale (Kim Basinger) becomes the love of Batman's life-which of course plays right into the Joker's hands. Photographed by Roger Pratt, designed by Anton Furst, and scored by Tim Burton's favorite composer Danny Elfman, Batman was a monstrous box-office hit, making $100 million in the first ten days of release--$82,800,000 in North America alone. Incidentally, Billy Dee Williams' comparatively small role as DA Harvey Dent was originally designed to set up the sequel, wherein Dent was to convert into master criminal Two-Face; but by the time the producers got around to that character in 1995's Batman Forever, Two-Face was played by Tommy Lee Jones. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Batman Returns In this first sequel to 1989's Batman, the Caped Crusader (Michael Keaton) is up against the Penguin (Danny DeVito), the hideously deformed scion of a wealthy Gotham City family. The Penguin plots with evil businessman Max Schreck (Christopher Walken) to become mayor and then turn Gotham into a cathedral of crime. Upon overhearing these plans, Schreck's mousy secretary Selena Kyle (Michelle Pfeiffer) is tossed from a high-rise window by her boss. Rescued by a covey of kittens, Selena transforms into the leather-clad Catwoman. In this guise, she teams with the Penguin and Schreck to divvy up their ill-gotten gains and help discredit Batman-but she also has her own scores to settle. Paul "Pee-Wee Herman" Reubens, Vincent Schiavelli and Jan Hooks play significant bits, while Pat Hingle and Michael Gough make returns as, respectively, Commissioner Gordon and Alfred the Butler. ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide Batman Forever Director Joel Schumacher inherited the Batman franchise from Tim Burton and began steering it in the campier direction of the Sixties television show with this third installment. First-time Batman/Bruce Wayne (Val Kilmer), in his only outing as the Caped Crusader, is effectively brooding as he ponders strange dreams about his parents' death and escapes his own near-demise at the hands of Two-Face (Tommy Lee Jones), a former district attorney driven insane and turned into a master criminal when a gangster throws acid in his face. Meanwhile, as sexy psychologist Chase Meridian (Nicole Kidman) tries to analyze and seduce both Bruce Wayne and Batman, Wayne Enterprises employee Edward Nygma (Jim Carrey) reacts badly to getting fired, using his self-invented mind-energy device to transform into the super-intelligent Riddler. The Riddler teams up with Two-Face to bring down Batman and drain the minds of Gotham City residents with his device, while Batman gets some much-needed help in the form of circus performer Dick Grayson (Chris O'Donnell), out for vengeance after being orphaned by Two-Face. ~ Don Kaye, All Movie Guide Batman & Robin This was the third follow-up to Tim Burton's Batman (1989), the original revisionist look at the Gotham City legend, as well as the second in the Batman series directed by J