Goonies director Richard Donner told TMZ yesterday that he's making a sequel to Goonies, and is looking to bring back the entire original cast, which includes Corey Feldman, Josh Brolin, Martha Plimpton, Sean Astin, and Short Round from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom, amongst others. TMZ didn't find out whether the cast would be appearing in cameos or starring in the movie, but we really hope it's the latter, because it would truly test the boundaries of how far fanboys are willing to go to avoid a continuity reboot. A middle-aged Goonies wouldn't be nearly as
epicly bad awesome as the rumored Goonies musical Donner was planning a few years back, but at least it might finally help Corey Feldman get over his deep sadness from the death of Michael Jackson.
Cheer up, Corey. There's a light at the end of that tunnel.
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