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Corey Feldman starts making demands for 'Goonies' sequel

It's never too late for a great sequel and don't forget, "Goonies never say die!" On April 7, TMZ reported on the news that Richard Donner, director of "Goonies" is making a sequel but Corey Feldman isn't quite sold on it yet.

With the "Goonies" sequel rumored to be real, Feldman starts making demands.
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A "Goonies" sequel has been rumored for years but cast member Corey Feldman has never seemed too sold on the idea. Now with "Goonies" rumors looking even more true than ever, Feldman is making a few demands if they want him involved.

"Goonies" director Richard Donner says he wants to make a sequel of the iconic cult hit set in Oregon. Donner says he wants all the original cast involved too. That would make this a truly unique sequel some 28-years after the original.

This will be great if Donner can get Corey Feldman involved. It seems the B-list actor has become very important in his own mind. He says he will not sign on for a sequel unless the script is "perfect." What constitutes a perfect script? Who knows. What we do know though is that the sequel won't be perfect unless everyone signs on. Leave it to a guy whose had no hits in over a decade to be the one making demands.

Are you excited about the possibility of a "Goonies" sequel? Do you think Corey Feldman is should sign on? Leave your thoughts in the comments.

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