Posted on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 by Germain Lussier
Rob Reiner‘s The Princess Bride, written by William Goldman, is 25 years old this year and well on its way to becoming a classic. The classic storybook adventure, framed as a grandfather reading it to his grandson, blends action, romance, suspense and humor in just the right way that it’s hard to find a flaw. Fans surely have discussed what could happen with Westley, Buttercup and the rest of the characters but a sequel has never been something they demanded.
Goldman originally wrote the novel in the 1970s and at a recent screening for the film’s anniversary, admitted that he actually wants to write a sequel but just hasn’t been able to come up with a good enough idea. Read his exact quote and discuss after the jump. Read More »