It's rare these days to find a classic comedy/adventure that hasn't suffered from either an attempted reboot or a bad sequel. Yes, The Goonies will forever hold a place on my ever-evolving top ten greatest films of all time list, and I'm damn proud of it. I grew up with it, watched the pic more than 100 times and, till this day, still occasionally entertain my friends with a drunken version of Chunk's "Truffle Shuffle." Is that wrong? For as far back as I can remember, talk of a sequel has always existed. Luckily, Steven Spielberg, Richard Donner, Chris Columbus and Warner Bros. never let that happen. However, we now live in a sequel-fied society and, unfortunately, anything is possible.

Case in point: Donner (who directed Goonies) recently told EW that, while a Goonies sequel is currently not in the works, they are planning a Goonies musical. As Charlie Brown would say, "Arghh!" Donner notes, "Steven [Spielberg] and I have discussed it [the musical], and it's something that I'm fairly passionate about right now." That's wonderful, but are the fans just as passionate? I can almost see it now -- halfway through the second act, Mikey breaks out in a solo rendition of "Those Are Other People's Wishes." But would a musical lead to a big-screen sequel or -- dare I say it -- a reboot? Says Donner, "We never had a script. We tried a couple of times and every time we did, we realized, 'What are we doing?'" Exactly. Keep it that way. Though if the musical finds a tremendous amount of success, it will be hard for Warners to ignore the possibilities ...