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Who Framed Roger Rabbit remains a classic example of new techniques used with old fashioned storytelling, and it holds up to this day. But it wasn't always the film we know and love today, and in this recent find, you can see what was originally planned for everyone's favorite would be murderer.
Certifying that the bike is real, the auction also came with ďan autographed photo of Paul Ruebens, a photo of him signing the photo, [a] letter/certificate of authenticity, [and a] Warner Bros. plans/spec sheet on the red cargo boxes.Ē
Reubens says the script he co-wrote with comedian Paul Rust is finished and that the filmís financing has been secured, with production set to begin at some point in 2014. While it would have been pretty amazing to get Apatow in the directorís chair, I seriously doubt thatíll be the surprise. What about if the franchise came full circle and landed Tim Burton for the job?
Pee-wee Herman showed up at Comic Con today, not Paul Reubens mind you, to talk about his new movie. Yes, heís making another movie and itís kind of a big deal. Heís working on the film with Judd Apatowís production company and during the course of his Con appearance Pee-Wee revealed...
Weíre all pretty familiar with the Internet by now so we shouldnít be surprised when some bonkers shit lands on our front page. This, dear reader, is some of that bonkers shit. In these videos posted today by Pee-Wee Herman, AKA Paul Reubens, he and apparently close buddy Jake Gyllenhaal
The SXSW film festival is only days away and yet the Austin based mega-fest isnít done adding big films to its lineup. This afternoon they let us know that theyíve lined up a closing night film, directed by frequent southby attendee Billy Bob Thornton. The movieís called King of Luck and itís a documentary about the greatness of Willie Nelson.
Last year some truly awesome news came across our desk that a new Pee-wee Herman movie had entered into development and that Judd Apatow would be the guy getting it done. The plan was
We as an audience went a long time without the presence of Pee-wee Herman. Huge back in the late 1980s, it all came crashing down when Paul Reubens got caught in an Adult Movie Theater waxing the ol'
The assumption on this movie all along has pretty much been that itís a terrible idea. But maybe itís time to rethink that position. Take a good, long, look at that voice cast. Thatís a lot of talent
Now that Paul Reubens seems to have been forgiven for his past transgressions, heís been talking for awhile now about his desire to get a new Pee-wee Herman done. Actually it seems like itís more than just talk. Pee-wee himself tells