The Goonies never say die, but I think that maybe the universe is trying to rid them of that motto. Since the movie came out over 20 years ago, Richard Donner and Steven Spielberg have been itching for a remake -- and not only a run-of-the-mill live action one. In 2005, there was a pitch that Spielberg and the cast were behind, but Warner Brothers wouldn't bite on. (A movie company not into a sequel? Crazy talk!) But it wasn't the only sequel pitch they threw around. Earlier this year, they got into the musical craze. Then Warner Bros. was actually thinking about a direct-to-DVD sequel. What else is there? More talk about an animated Goonies.

At first, the idea went nowhere, even though the concept art was pretty cool. Now, it looks like it might gear up again, if Corey Feldman is to be believed. MTV recently chatted with the actor, who is currently busy with the Lost Boys sequel, and he says that the current push is again for some animation. Considering how many options have been explored this year alone, I wouldn't hold my breath on this becoming a reality. As Corey says: "There's been so many. The one that I heard that worked the best was all of us were now grown up, and have kids. And those kids get into some trouble and end up stumbling across some link to our past. They discover who we really are and what we went through. And, simultaneously, the Fratelli brothers find out that the kids have found out -- so they're out to get the kids and the kids are out to save their lives and their families." It's not surprising that was the best choice -- he also says others had him working in Vegas and as a trial lawyer. So, there's a tiny chance we might get a Goonies cartoon. What do you think?

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