Manganiello plays a biker who rolls through Pee-wee’s hometown of Fairville. After Pee-wee reveals that he has never left Fairville, let alone broken any rules in his life, Manganiello insists that he hit the road and live a little.
What follows is a madcap adventure during which the hero gets mixed up with a trio of bank robbers, gets swooned over by a farmer’s many daughters, and travels by land, air, and sea to reach his final destination.
Reubens teamed up with Judd Apatow to produce and Paul Rust to write. John Lee makes his feature film directorial debut.
“Pee-wee’s Big Holiday” starts streaming on Netflix on March 18.
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