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'''''Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money''''' is a supposed sequel to ''[[Spaceballs]]'', mentioned by [[Yogurt]].
 
'''''Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money''''' is a supposed sequel to ''[[Spaceballs]]'', mentioned by [[Yogurt]].
In February 2015, [[Mel Brooks]] stated that he is definitely open to making a second movie. With the release of Star Wars: the Force Awakens later that year, Brooks figured it would be the perfect time to to release a second installment to his beloved franchise; though he had some obstacles, such as getting the then retired Rick Morinis to reprise his role as the evil Dark Helmet (Brooks refused to make the movie without him) and having to sign a deal with disney to spoof star wars yet again, as back in the 80s star wars was still owned by Lucasfilms and all Brooks needed to do was get George lucas' approval on it.
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In February 2016, a year later, teaser posters began popping up on New York City subways advertising Spaceballs 2: the search for more money in mass numbers. Though these posters got the media and the fanbase's hopes high, they turned out to be a publicity stunt by an artist. Spaceballs 2 was still never confirmed.
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==Real-life developments==
In May 2017, while hosting a screening of Young Frankenstein, Brooks was asked by an audience member if Spaceballs 2 would ever come true. Brooks responded by saying that due to the success o new Star wars films like Rogue One and the Force Awakens, and the then upcoming Last Jedi and Solo movies, star wars exploded in popularity again, and Brooks rvealed that MGM had interest in making a sequel and that they were talking, throwing the possibility of a remake back into the air.
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In 2013, [[Rick Moranis]] stated that, a few years after the film's release, he and [[Mel Brooks]] discussed a sequel, titled ''Spaceballs III: The Search for Spaceballs II''. However, Moranis and Brooks were unable to agree on a deal.<ref>[http://heebmagazine.com/exclusive-rick-moranis-on-spaceballs-2-ghostbusters-3-and-my-mothers-brisket/45895]</ref>
In 2018, Moranis emerged from his 20 year film retirement to reprise his role as Dark Helmet for an episode of the ABC show 'the Goldbergs'. This got the fan base hyped once more that Rick may change his mind and reprise his role for a sequel.
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In February 2015, Mel Brooks stated that he is definitely open to making a second movie. With the release of ''Star Wars: The Force Awakens'' later that year, Brooks figured it would be the perfect time to release a second installment to his beloved franchise; though he had some obstacles, such as getting the then retired Rick Moranis to reprise his role as the evil Dark Helmet (Brooks refused to make the movie without him) and having to sign a deal with Disney to spoof ''Star Wars'' yet again, as when he made the first film, he sought approval from George Lucas.<ref>[https://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/film/film-news/11399104/Mel-Brooks-hints-at-Spaceballs-sequel.html]</ref>
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In February 2016, teaser posters began popping up on New York City subways advertising ''Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money'' in mass numbers. However, this turned out to be a publicity stunt by an artist.<ref>[https://www.slashfilm.com/spaceballs-2-posters/]</ref>
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In May 2017, while hosting a screening of ''Young Frankenstein'', Brooks was asked by an audience member if ''Spaceballs 2'' would ever come true. Brooks responded by saying that due to the success of new ''Star Wars'' films like ''Rogue One'' and ''The Force Awakens'', and the then-upcoming ''The Last Jedi'' and ''Solo'', ''Star Wars'' exploded in popularity again, and Brooks revealed that MGM had interest in making a sequel. He further revealed that discussions were taking place concerning another ''Spaceballs'' film.<ref>[https://www.slashfilm.com/mel-books-talks-spaceballs-2/]</ref>
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==References==
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Revision as of 14:12, June 7, 2019

Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money is a supposed sequel to Spaceballs, mentioned by Yogurt.

Real-life developments

In 2013, Rick Moranis stated that, a few years after the film's release, he and Mel Brooks discussed a sequel, titled Spaceballs III: The Search for Spaceballs II. However, Moranis and Brooks were unable to agree on a deal.[1]

In February 2015, Mel Brooks stated that he is definitely open to making a second movie. With the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens later that year, Brooks figured it would be the perfect time to release a second installment to his beloved franchise; though he had some obstacles, such as getting the then retired Rick Moranis to reprise his role as the evil Dark Helmet (Brooks refused to make the movie without him) and having to sign a deal with Disney to spoof Star Wars yet again, as when he made the first film, he sought approval from George Lucas.[2]

In February 2016, teaser posters began popping up on New York City subways advertising Spaceballs 2: The Search for More Money in mass numbers. However, this turned out to be a publicity stunt by an artist.[3]

In May 2017, while hosting a screening of Young Frankenstein, Brooks was asked by an audience member if Spaceballs 2 would ever come true. Brooks responded by saying that due to the success of new Star Wars films like Rogue One and The Force Awakens, and the then-upcoming The Last Jedi and Solo, Star Wars exploded in popularity again, and Brooks revealed that MGM had interest in making a sequel. He further revealed that discussions were taking place concerning another Spaceballs film.[4]

References

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  4. [4]
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