Regarding the likelihood of The Goonies 2 ever happening, The Goonies star Corey Feldman provides a pretty depressing update. In addition to discussing the likelihood of The Goonies 2 ever happening, The Goonies star Corey Feldman provides a depressing update. The Goonies, a 1985 film about a bunch of young misfits who go off on an adventure to locate One-Eyed Willy’s long-lost fortune after discovering an ancient map, was about their experiences. Over the years, The Goonies has come to be regarded as a masterpiece of the 1980s, with a plot by Steven Spielberg and a screenplay by Chris Columbus. Sean Astin, Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen, Ke Huy Quan, Kerri Green, Martha Plimpton, and Feldman were among the young cast members of The Goonies, along with Josh Brolin, Jeff Cohen, Ke Huy Quan, Kerri Green, and Martha Plimpton. The movie opened to a roaring success at the box office, and since then, it has drawn in new viewers and sparked countless discussions about a potential sequel. No firm arrangements have ever been made because The Goonies 2’s potential has always been a little up in the air due to rumours that some of the original cast members weren’t very excited to return.
A Depressing Update is Provided by Feldman:
Feldman now provides a depressing update. Feldman responds to a number of audience questions during a recent presentation at Fanboy Expo Knoxville 2022 (posted by Fandom Spotlite). Naturally, many of the audience members were interested in finding out if he was aware of any current developments for The Goonies 2. Feldman adds, “Let’s hope not,” when asked directly if there has been any talk of a remake before going on to remark that he’d be more amenable to a sequel like last year’s Top Gun: Maverick. The actor points out that it would be more difficult to make it happen because of the tragic death of The Goonies director Richard Donner. See Feldman’s complete statement down below.
Top Gun Remarks Made By Feldman:
Feldman made his remarks regarding the Top Gun sequel after the Tom Cruise-starring movie surpassed the $1.37 billion mark at the global box office this past weekend, moving it up to the 13th-highest grossing movie of all time. Numerous studios are now attempting to duplicate the film’s unparalleled levels of popularity as the era of these so-called “legacy reboots” continues. A Goonies-inspired series called Our Time is soon to debut on Disney+, despite the fact that there are no plans for a Goonies sequel starring the original actors.
The Goonies 2 director Feldman’s remarks aren’t entirely unexpected, but it doesn’t make them any less upsetting for fans who had hoped to see the original cast members return in the future. The possibility of a sequel still exists, as Feldman hasn’t quite eliminated it, although it makes sense that the cast would be less enthusiastic about returning without Donner. Finding the perfect formula is always the most challenging component of a sequel, and it’s probable that Feldman’s reservations about The Goonies 2 are shared by viewers who would only support a sequel if it did The Goonies justice.