Two of our greatest proponents of stunted male maturation are teaming up, and we're getting another Pee-wee Herman movie, guys. Variety reports producer-of-everything Judd Apatow and Paul Reubens--who's returned to his tinfoil ball nest, showing up at recently on stage and screen in his bow tie--are working on bringing to screens a new Pee-wee road movie built around "a gigantic adventure," which, if I'm not mistaken, sounds slightly larger than a Big Adventure. Reubens is writing the script with Paul Rust, and Apatow says he won't direct. Maybe the impressive-in-hindsight director of Pee-wee's first film, Tim Burton, can return to make this fucker 3-D?
My only request (besides avoiding the Big Top) is we don't get a glimpse of any of Pee-Wee's former neighbors. Laurence Fishburne would only drive up production cost, and I really, really don't want to see the effects of time on The Most Beautiful Woman in Puppetland. Some things were always meant to remain "reasonably-attractive when you're at an age when you don't know better."