Rumours have been swirling for some time about a Goonies 2 (make it happen, Hollywood!) with all the original cast returning, so with this in mind we take a trip down memory lane to find out what the stars of the cult classic are doing now.
Sean Astin played the slightly dorky yet bright, braces-clad Mikey - who attempts to leads his fellow adventurers to One-Eyed Willy's hidden fortune upon his discovery of an old treasure map.
The 44-year-old actor has continued to enjoy movie success with his role as Samwise Gamgee in The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Astin also played Lynn McGill in hit Fox TV series 24, provides the voice of Raphael in Nickelodeon's TV version of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2012), and recently appeared in Guillermo del Toro's vampire TV series The Strain.
Josh Brolin starred as Mickey's buff older brother Brand, who spends his time either pumping iron or relentlessly picking on his younger sibling.
The Hollywood actor has enjoyed a long and successful career since, starring in Woody Allen's Melinda and Melinda in 2004, and as the lead in the Coen brother's Oscar-winning No Country for Old Men in 2007.
He's also appeared in Ridley Scott's American Gangster alongside Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe (2007), as George W. Bush in Oliver Stone's W. in 2008, and Dan White in Gus Van Sant's Oscar-winning Milk.
In 2010, Brolin also worked with the Coen brothers again in their Oscar-winning western True Grit>. More recently you'll have seen him in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For and Paul Thomas Anderson's Inherent Vice.
Jeff Cohen starred as the gullible, yet loveable Chunk, famous for his mesmerising truffle shuffle dance and ear-rupturing scream in the movie.
The star went on to play bit parts in various US TV series such as Michael J Fox's Family Ties, and starred in Disney TV movie Perfect Harmony in 1991.
Cohen gave up acting to become an entertainment lawyer at his co-founded practice Cohen & Gardner, LLP in Los Angeles. He also contributes legal and political content to The Huffington Post and CNBC.
Corey Feldman played Purple Rain t-shirt wearing, wisecracking and apparent Spanish-speaking Clark 'Mouth' Devereaux.
The Gremlins actor went on to star in other cult '80s movies including Stephen King's Stand By Me, Joel Schumacher's The Lost Boys (1987), and Joe Dante's The 'Burbs (1989) with Tom Hanks and Bruce Dern.
He provided the voice of Donatello in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie (1990), and played Vic in TV comedy Dweebs (1995).
The star took part in ITV's Dancing on Ice in 2012, and more recently has returned to the world of Turtles to voice Slash in Nickelodeon's animated TV series.
Kerri Green played Andy Carmichael, a pretty cheerleader and object of both Brand and Mikey's obvious (and hormonal) desire.
The actress went on to star in John Candy's Summer Rental (1985), and played Charlie Sheen's troubled daughter in Three for the Road (1987).
Green hasn't been seen on the big screen since her role in 2012 drama Complacent.
Martha Plimpton played no-nonsense Stef, who developed a very soft spot for Corey Feldman's 'Mouth'.
She went on to appear in Sidney Lumet's Running on Empty with River Phoenix (1988), Ron Howard's Parenthood (1989), Beautiful Girls with Natalie Portman and Matt Dillon (1996) and 200 Cigarettes with Ben and Casey Affleck in 1999.
Plimpton also played Patti Nyholm in hit legal drama The Good Wife between 2009 and 2013 - a role which saw her win her first Primetime Emmy - and also stars as Virginia Chance in comedy TV series Raising Hope, which was recently cancelled by Fox after four seasons.
Jonathan Ke Quan
Jonathan Ke Quan played inventive James Bond fan Data, who wouldn't leave the house unless he was strapped with his collection of impressive (and not so impressive) gadgets.
Ke Quan made his debut movie role as Short Round in Spielberg's Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in 1984, one year prior to The Goonies. He went on to star in Together We Stand between 1986 and 1987, and played Jasper Kwong in school comedy show Head of the Class.
He also starred in Encino Man alongside Brendan Fraser in 1992, and later worked as a stunt rigger and fight choreographer on the first X-Men movie.