"Goonies 2?" "Gremlins 3?" "Scooby-Doo 3???"

by | February 7, 2007 | Comments

We’ve been hearing all sorts of rumors about Warner Bros. unleashing a direct-to-video sequel to "The Lost Boys," and that particular project does seem to be moving forward … but those nutty folks over at the newly-formed "Warner Premiere" simply MUST have grown up in the 1980s.

According to Moviehole.net, Warner Premiere is not only planning a "Lost Boys 2," but (allegedly) a "Goonies 2," a "New Jack City 2," a "Scooby-Doo 3," and a … "Gremlins 3"? Really??

Now, before you get all excited, let me remind you that Warner Premiere is WB’s new direct-to-video division — so even if any of the aforementioned sequels get made, we’re talking first-time directors and seriously low budgets. Maybe the Premiere folks should stay away from the big FX movies while they’re just getting started. Surely a "Spies Like Us" or "Wildcats" sequel would be a smarter investment.

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