Every now and then in the 29 years since The Goonies was released, someone decides to rejuventate the rumour that a sequel is actively in development.
More often than not, it's one of the - how do we put this - less busy members of the Goonie brood. Which is basically most of them apart from Josh Brolin, who somehow managed to escape the Goonie curse. Maybe because he wasn't an active part of stealing that pirate guy's gold.
Now, 83 year old director Richard Donner has started the talk again - this time while talking to TMZ of all sites. The filmmaker, who also helmed The Omen, Superman and Lethal Weapon, responded to the question of whether he would ever do another comic book movie, said this slightly bizarre thing:
"If you call The Goonies a comic book... we're doing a sequel."
So, it's not really a comic book. And he also says all the stars are going to come back. Brolin aint going anywhere near this thing dude. And this comes after rumours of an animated TV series and even a stage musical came to exactly nothing.
I really wouldn't get my hopes up here.