Pee-wee's Big Holiday : [WCD] Next Pee-Wee Film (We Can Dream)

[WCD] Next Pee-Wee Film (We Can Dream)

What would you like to see 5 years after the release of Pee-Wee's Big Holiday? I have a couple ideas that I'd be very excited to see.

Title: Pee-Wee's Big Buddy
Starring: Paul Reubens (Pee-Wee), Rick Moranis (Circus owner), and Jared Leto as the voice of Yul.
Musical composer: John Williams.
Directed by: John Lee and Michael Rymer
Screenplay by: Melissa Mathison :( [I wish.]
Co-Producer: Me

Premise: (Rough ideas. I have original ideas but I want to keep it simple and fun for this thread) Serious dramatic tone, like they did in that scene. Some prankster punks cause Pee-Wee to get a flat tire on his bike. It's not just any flat's a brutal tire gore shot and there's no hope of repair. This very special tire model is no longer in production, so Pee-Wee goes on the hunt to track one down. Eventually giving up and retiring his bike. Depressed, lonely, and defeated, Pee-Wee leaves his life behind, and signs a 'forever contract' with the circus, reuniting with his old friends and befriending the freak show alien. Upon learning the alien had a similar experience and left his life behind, they team up to rebuild their lives. Fearing the reaction of their circus pals, they sneak out at night, only to later find that they have the full support of their friends! The entire crew joins to help Pee-Wee and Yul to escape the grasp of the circus owners! To get to the mothership, the alien heals Pee-Wee's flat tire and we have an epic bike scene.

Notes: Made in a serious tone with subtle humor. I loved Paul's performance in that scene, and the subtlety of the way Yul was pulled up to the mothership like he was a stuffed animal. Some dark, slightly frightening scenes. Paul had a lot of characters with The Groundlings, and I've always wanted to see what else he could incorporate into a Pee-Wee performance.

What do you think? Would you watch it?
Movie after that:
Title: Pee-Wee's Big Booty
Starring Paul Reubens
Premise: Some kind of treasure hunt.
Notes: I'll add my ideas later.
Directed by: John Lee and Richard Donner
Screenplay by: Chris Columbus
Co-Producer: Me again!