Back in the 80s, nobody would have imagined Pee-wee (or anyone, for that matter) keeping fans updated on his… Read More
Pee Wee Herman
Pee-wee is leaving his Playhouse and traveling to Portland. In a press release, IFC announced that Paul Reubens (a.k.a. Pee-wee… Read More
Today is no more a day of queer issues than any other, but as I spent my day doing “the internet thing,” I was struck by two articles on BuzzFeedLGBT, one about the subtle erasure of a film’s queerness in its marketing, the other about an entire country seemingly trying to immobilize its entire transgender population:
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Judd Apatow is set to produce an as-of-yet unnamed Pee-wee Herman film for Netflix (starring Paul Reubens, of course), which was… Read More
For a certain generation of now-adults, the name “Pee-wee Herman” carries with it a certain hint of magic. Paul Reubens’ Pee-wee was a clean-cut young man in a nice suit who started out as a Groundlings character, starred in the anarchic Tim Burton film classic Pee-wee’s Big Adventure in 1985, and hosted a hilarious TV show for children, the Emmy-winning Pee-wee’s Playhouse that ran from from 1986 through 1991 — a run cut short when Reubens was arrested in Florida for masturbating in an adult theater.
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Back in 1983, the fledgling Disney Channel debuted a program called Disney Studio Showcase, designed to preview the exciting… Read More
Biting the heads off chocolate bunnies and determining the flavor of questionably colored jellybeans is fun and all that, but cinephiles know the best way to celebrate Easter is by geeking out over movie easter eggs. Yes, we’re talking about those inside jokes, hidden messages, and clever visual puns that filmmakers sneak into their movies so that obsessive fans and eagle-eyed viewers can win bragging rights. We revisited 10 clever movie easter eggs that you might have missed. Feel free to add your favorites, below.
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In celebration of Paul “Pee-Wee Herman” Reuben’s birthday, Crushable’s compiled a list of celebrities that have had sexual brushes with the law. If you think you’ve been in a dysfunctional relationship, it’s nothing compared to some of these literary doozies. What’s better than Adele singing “Skyfall”? Well, nothing, but this Russian Army… Read More
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