"If it was anyone else I would have taken it harder, but I love Sean," said Corey, who lost the role because his voice was too "raspy." Still, executive producer Ciro Nieli promised to find a way to get Corey on the show. Exactly how he did that is still a secret.
"His role is a perfect complement to his relationship with Sean," said Ciro. "It couldn't be any better." The plan is to bring Corey back for several episodes.
"The coolest part is it's two Goonies working together again after all these years," Corey said. "Which is crazy, because we're all such good friends."
Of course, the question arises of whether or not there will be a Goonies 2.
"It will happen," Sean said. "I'm 1000 percent certain there will be a sequel. I will bet my children on it."
Corey is more cautious. "Oh my God," he says. "I am betting no child on this matter."
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|Sean and Corey at screening of The Goonies at San Diego Comic Con last July. Source|