This is how the original actors of The Goonies have changed, the legendary adventure film from the 80s that you can see on Max España

This is how the original actors of The Goonies have changed, the legendary adventure film from the 80s that you can see on Max España
This is how the original actors of The Goonies have changed, the legendary adventure film from the 80s that you can see on Max España

When you think about the 80s and adventure films, what movies come to mind? We’re betting a bowl of popcorn that one of the movies you’re thinking of is The GooniesTRUE?

This timeless classic, directed by Richard Donner and produced by Steven Spielberg, marked an entire generation, and thanks to the tireless reruns on television, it has continued to win the hearts of new audiences. In fact, The Goonies were recently broadcast again openly, on the famous television network Be Mada channel that bets big on cinema in Spain.

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However, if you missed this last broadcast, you don’t have to worry about anything. The platform Max Spain It knows very well what you like, so you have The Goonies movie in its catalog to enjoy whenever you want.

On the other hand, it should be noted that this same 2024 marks 39 years since the film’s release, and despite this, the film continues to remain fresh and has not aged badly at all, being totally enjoyable today. We leave you a video so you can remember old times!

Obviously, time passes for everyone, and the leading actors of The Goonies are no strangers to it either. In this way, and thanks to this tweet that we rescued from the account Nostalgia822we can appreciate how those children who undertook an exciting pirate adventure in search of pirate treasure have changed. One-Eyed Willy.

In the images we can see, from left to right, Mikey (Sean Austin), Big Mouth (Corey Feldman), Brand (Josh Brolin), Data (Ke Huy Quan), Gordi (Jeff Cohen), Stef (Martha Plimpton) and Andy (Kerri Green). We have delved into this collage and it is already years old, but at least we can get an idea of ​​the physical evolution of these actors in just over 3 decades:

How cool would it be if they met again? Well, be careful, in 2020 we already told you about it here and it had to be a real moment. There were even dreams of the release of a sequel, but with the death of Richard Donner in 2021, some actors like Ke Huy Quan claimed that they had lost the captain of their ship.

And what do you think? Would you like to see a sequel to The Goonies with the return of those grown children or do you see it as impossible? I wouldn’t lose hope, and you know what they say… Never say dead!

 
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