I got this off of imdb.com today. Regardless, I'll still stay optimistic.
Corey Feldman has dismissed long-running rumours about a sequel to The Goonies, insisting studio bosses will never let it happen.
A follow-up to the kids adventure has been discussed ever since the original film became a smash hit when it was released in 1985.
Filmmakers Steven Spielberg and Richard Donner are reportedly keen to reunite the cast, which included Feldman, Josh Brolin, Sean Astin and Martha Plimpton.
But Feldman, who has reprised his role for a sequel to another 1980s hit, The Lost Boys, insists Goonies 2 is too much of a gamble for studio Warner Bros.
The actor tells Moviefone, "Well, The Goonies is one of those mythical sequels that will never happen. I mean, it's something that Donner and Spielberg were behind for years and years, and again it's a Warner Bros. issue; they just feel they don't want to take the gamble on making the sequel."
- if they make it...great, I'll check it out.
- if they don't...oh well. No biggie to me. I'm happy with the one.
It's just been rumored for so long, I don't really care if it gets made or not, lol. The possibility of it has kind of lost its excitement because it's been talked about for so long now. I don't know. That's just me.
If they make a sequel they will probably film it in New Zealand and some eastern European country like most of the today's films which seem to go for that Lord of the Rings epic undiscovered hide away / scenery / beach feel.
They are not kids anymore, we are not kids anymore. The goonies have grown up and so have we. A sequel that is as good as the original... impossible. But they could still make something that is interesting I am sure. And I would watch it, just cause...
Justice wrote:They are not kids anymore, we are not kids anymore. The goonies have grown up and so have we. A sequel that is as good as the original... impossible. But they could still make something that is interesting I am sure. And I would watch it, just cause...