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Corey Feldman Confirms Death Of ‘Lost Boys’ Franchise

I was out after the atrocious 2008 Lost Boys 2: The Tribe. But as quick as I bailed, Warner Premiere pulled me back in with the highly entertaining 2010 direct-to-disc Lost Boys 3: The Thirst.

But when WP closed their doors back in August, the franchise received a proverbial stake to the heart.

Franchise star Corey Feldman spoke with Movieweb where he confirms that Warner’s relationship with the Frog Brothers is dust…

People love it. People want to see more of it. Jamison Newlander and I are always down to get back into bed,” he tells the site. “But that being said, it’s Warner Bros. that drives that boat. It is a Warner Bros. film, it’s a Warner Bros. franchise. Without Warner Bros. behind it, there are no more Frog Brothers. The Bros. Warner need to get back into bed with The Bros. Frog. Then we can all have a great big movie orgy. Until then, we are all left as homeless Frogs.

I still put money on a reboot one of these days.



  • Joe-Banger

    Good, I never was a fan of the lost boys anyway.

  • EvilHead1981

    Given how the sequels were, I really don’t mind if the series is dead. I mean, the first one, alone, was good enough as a stand-alone movie. Hell, they didn’t have to make sequels, and if it was just that, the one movie, no sequels(or reboots in the future), that would’ve been pure horror perfection.

  • VictorCrowley

    Never saw the original. Seems like the older Corey Feldman got, the less interesting he became. License to Drive is the lone exception for me.

  • changeflyyy

    Lost Boys is classic. No real horror fan hasn’t seen it and become obsessed with it at one point or another. I didn’t mind the sequels, but not sad about it being over. REMAKE/RE-ENVISIONING announced in 2013.

  • mav07

    The first was the only good one and the reason for that, in my opinion HAD NOTHING TO DO WITH FELDMAN, THE FROG BRO’S OR THE OTHER COREY!

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