30 years ago today, David Bowie debuted a brave – even by his outré standards – new look, involving bouffant hair, ruffled shirts, leather gloves and a pair of jodhpurs which left little to the imagination. The Jim Henson’s classic fantasy ‘Labyrinth’ came out on June 27, 1986, in the US, starring David Bowie as the goblin king Jareth, and Jennifer Connelly as Sarah, the teenager tasked with finding her kidnapped infant brother Toby somewhere in Jareth’s bizarre labyrinth.
‘Labyrinth’ may not get a remake after all, as its supposed writer says it isn’t happening. After reports claiming that ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ writer Nicole Perlman was involved in an upcoming reboot of ‘Labyrinth’, it looks as though the writer herself has taken to Twitter to debunk the rumour. “No one is remaking ‘Labyrinth’.