The View: Michael Caine Now You See Me Preview & Brooke Shields


The View: May 20, 2013

Recapo Update: Here are the segments from today’s show:

The View: Michael Caine Now You See Me Preview & His Favorite Movie

The View’s Year of The Viewer: Sherri Shepherd Salsa Dancing Lessons

On The View May 20 2013, Brooke Shields will be co-hosting, Michael Caine from the upcoming movie Now You See Me is stopping by, and “Year Of The Viewer” will continue with dance lessons at Sherri Shepherd’s home.


The View: Michael Caine Now You See Me

The View: Michael Caine Now You See Me Preview & Brooke Shields

Michael Caine will be coming to The View on May 20 2013. (Featureflash /

Michael Caine has had a long and illustrious career in the film industry. Making his breakthrough in the 1960’s acting in films such as Alfie, Zulu, and The Italian Job, he has since appeared in over 100 films. One of his recent and best-known roles is actually one of his most recent, playing Bruce Wayne’s butler,  Alfred Pennyworth, in Christopher Nolan’s dark, brooding Dark Knight trilogy of films. Now, he will be taking on yet another role as Arthur Tressler in the upcoming thriller, Now You See Me.

Now You See Me is a modern-day Robin Hood tale about a group of magicians who steal money from wealthy, and I’m assuming, corrupt, businessmen and giving it to the crowds at their shows. It is scheduled for release on May 31, 2013.


The View: Year Of The Viewer

So it looks like Sherri Shepherd and her husband will be taking dance lessons with her neighbors. What exactly this has to do with “Year Of The Viewers” I’m not sure, but seeing people learning how to dance is never not funny, so there will probably be some stuff to look forward to in the humor department here.

How can they even know if Sherri’s neighbor even watches The View? In fact, what if she hates The View? In that case, this would not be “Year Of The Viewer” at all, but more like, “Year Of Forcing Your Neighbor Into An Awkward Situation To Maintain The Illusion That Everyone Loves The View.” Though, the show is pretty hard to hate.


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