It's actually the 'Late Night with Jimmy Fallon' host who impersonates Pee-Wee's voice and dubs all characters in the preview video for the latest Batman movie.
The gritty trailer of "The Dark Knight Rises" can be turned into something that draws chuckles on the hand of Jimmy Fallon. On his talk show Wednesday, July 11 night, the comedian debuted a sneak peek for the upcoming Batman movie with Pee-Wee Herman's voice.
However, instead of Paul Reubens who made famous of the silly character, it's the "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" who impersonated Pee-Wee's voice. Fallon dubbed all characters appearing in the trailer, including Batman, Catwoman and Bane, making the scenes less intense and even funny.
For the Thursday, July 12 outing of his late-night talk show, Fallon impersonates Russell Brand. A picture of him dressing as Katy Perry's estranged husband has been released, showing him holding an edition of Us Weekly magazine which features Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes on its cover.
"The Dark Knight Rises" itself is the third and last installment of Batman movie from director Christopher Nolan. It takes place eight years after Batman took the blame for the death of D.A. Harvey Dent. He is forced to resurface when a masked terrorist Bane threatens Gotham and its inhabitants.
Christian Bale returns as Bruce Wayne a.k.a. the Caped Crusader, while Anne Hathaway and Tom Hardy join the franchise as Selina Kyle/Catwoman and Bane respectively. The action superhero movie will hit theaters across the nation on July 20.