Ron Howard Confirms Willow Follow Up Film In Talks, Causes Wet Dreams And Night Terrors Everywhere

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Ron Howard has made many great movies in his time. But nothing he has ever done or will do will ever compare to Willow, the 1988 fantasy film about a young Warwick Davis who must team up with a hot Val Kilmer to protect the baby Elora Danan against an evil witch-queen. You may have different feelings about this movie, so might Ron Howard, but you are wrong. Wrong, sir! Wrong! This movie stands above, towering over all other films as a beacon of hope, imagination, and more hope.

 

And we find there might be a sequel?!!

In an interview with ComicBook.com, Ron Howard proclaimed throughout the hillsides “I don’t want to give away too much, but there is a little talk of Willow.”

A little talk?! A LITTLE talk?!!! Is that a pun about the size of Warwick Davis?!!?

I, for one, prefer there to be size-neutral talks.

And, who are you talking to Ron?!! Hmmm?!! WHO! Where should I write my letters, send gift baskets and/or threaten in order to make this dream happen. A dream I’ve has since my childhood self was forced to play with inferior, miniscule Willow toys and not full-sized action figures I so craved.

Oh… I’m sorry, I see what I did there.

My apologies to toys of all size, coloring, and plastic quality.

 

But wait, people, don’t change your pants yet. Ronny continues, “We wouldn’t call it Willow 2, I think it would focus a lot on Elora Danan, although Willow would have to be significantly involved.”

That’s right, the movie has a semblance of plot!!! It would follow the baby of legend who was destined to destroy the Evil Queen Bavmorda, now grown to some degree, and her old protector, and magic weilder, Willow Ufgood. Oh, man… this can’t get better!

 

But it can get worse.

Let’s take a step back here and discuss the two headed dragon in the room.

Mad, Madmartigan… AKA, Val Kilmer. Once a handsome, charming, rogue- now, anything but that. Not including him in the movie is probably the only option, if the creature that is now Val Kilmer appears in any way, it would destroy everything the great swordsman once stood for. Unless, he just supplies a voice and we CGI him or something… I’m ok with that.

Howard wrapped it up by stating, “I thought about that movie a lot as I was working on Solo because there are certain scenes, especially around some of the Madmartigan stuff, was reminiscent of a character with that kind of swagger and bravado. And also some of the humor around some of the action in Willow was something I inspired to get into Solo.

Although, I was meh on Solo: A Star Wars Story, I do see what he’s talking about and I hope his “little” talks grow and grow into something big, blossoming, transforming, like a baying goat into an old, white sorceress.

Ron Howard, I believe in your words… Quinton Jefferson Womens Jersey

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