Jake Tapper And Wolf Blitzer Charmingly Reenact The ‘Big’ Piano Scene
What is it about seeing adult men play a giant plastic piano with their feet? We may never know, but it’s just delightful.
Wolf Blitzer and Jake Tapper Recreate Famous Big Piano Scene for New CNN Series The Movies https://t.co/2dbxH6Jefy— People (@people) June 10, 2019
Promoting the upcoming CNN mini-series “The Movies,” anchors Jake Tapper and Wolf Blitzer stoically performed “Chopsticks” by dancing on a giant keyboard, channeling Tom Hanks and Robert Loggia in an iconic scene from the 1988 movie “Big.”
Executive produced by Tom Hanks, Gary Goetzman and Mark Herzog — as always, nice to see so many women involved — “The Movies” will be a 12-hour, six-part docu-series on the history of film as an influence on mainstream American culture. The series is a follow-up to the network’s decades-themed series, which covered “The Sixties” through “The 2000s” in two-hour documentary chunks.
Truly, the Schmooze sat through too many hours of liberal arts school to be so easily enchanted by two white millionaires pretending to play music on a giant piano. (Is that foot-karaoke? foot-syncing?) And yet the upcoming series — set to feature interviews with Steven Spielberg and Billy Crystal, among others — will probably likewise enrapture us. “Movies” premieres on CNN on Sunday, July 7.
This story "Jake Tapper And Wolf Blitzer Recreate ‘Big’ Piano Scene" was written by Jenny Singer.