The CW Developing The Lost Boys TV Series

“Sleep all day. Party all night. Never grow old. Never die. It’s fun to be a vampire.” The CW is looking to tap into the fun and frightening concoction of Joel Schumacher’s The Lost Boys, as they are developing a TV series based on the beloved film.

Deadline broke the news about The Lost Boys TV series, which is being developed and written by Rob Thomas (iZombie, Veronica Mars) at The CW in conjunction with Gulfstream TV and Warner Bros Television.

According to Deadline, the series is being planned by Thomas as a massive seven-season story that would follow an immortal group of vampires (the Lost Boys) as they live through the triumphs and tribulations of each decade. Each season would be set in a new decade, with the debut season expected to take place in San Francisco circa 1967.

It’s unknown at this time whether or not
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First Trailer for Hallows' Eve Slices its Way Online

Here's the thing... you put Danielle Harris in anything, and we'll watch it. Especially if you surround her with blood, gore, mayhem, sharp implements, disfigurement, etc. Then you really have our attention. Enter the trailer for the newest slasher flick on the block, Hallows' Eve.

The flick, directed by Sean McGarry, stars Danielle Harris, Raymond Mamrak, Courtney Baxter, Ashley C. Williams, Tiffany Shepis, and Chance Michael Corbitt.

Not much is known about the film so far, but we can tell you that the plot follows what happens when years after a tragic accident leaves a young child scarred for life, the people responsible pay - with their lives.

Stay tuned for more as it comes, and thanks to DC reader Logan for the heads-up!

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Exclusive Carpet and Event Coverage - Danielle Harris' Among Friends

Dread Central hit the red carpet of the private cast and crew screening of Danielle Harris’ horror feature Among Friends last night, April 17th, and brought back a slew of photos as well as a chat with Harris herself. Read on for the goods!

Held at the Jon Lovitz Comedy Club Theatre on Citywalk in Los Angeles and sponsored by The Viscera Film Festival, those on hand for the screening included filmmaker Harris and Among Friends writer and star Alyssa Lobit as well as fellow cast members Chris Backus, Jennifer Blanc-Biehn, Aj Bowen, Brianne Davis, Dana Daurey, Kamala Jones, Chris Meyer and Tanya Newbould. Other talent gracing the carpet included Anthony Guajardo ("The Walking Dead"), Elektra Avellan (Grindhouse), Sybil Danning, Ed Ackerman (Hatchet II), Chance Michael Corbitt (The Lost Boys), Caspar Van Dien (Starship Troopers), Sprague Grayden, Kimberly McCullough, Tara Buck ("True Blood"), Nidah Barber (The Victim), Michael Rosenbaum (Urban Legend), scream queen Felissa Rose,
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Exclusive: Lost Boys 4 Not Happening Yet Says Corey Feldman

Exclusive: Lost Boys 4 Not Happening Yet Says Corey Feldman
Director/leading man Alexander Loy and his co-star Corey Feldman are enjoying a serendipitous moment of perfect timing, as the premiere of their upcoming comedy Operation Belvis Bash, which depicts a successful undercover mission to kill Osama Bin Laden, ended on Sunday moments before Osama's actual death was announced to the world.

We recently caught up with Alexander Loy and Corey Feldman to talk about the surreal strangeness that has invaded their lives the last few days, and in the process, we also managed to get an update on Lost Boys 4! According to Feldman, Warner Bros. has not yet greenlit this potential sequel. Though, he remains hopeful that it will eventually get made sometime in the very near future.

Here is what Corey Feldman had to say about both Lost Boys 4 and a potential TV spin-off that revolves around the greatest vampire hunters of our time, The Frog Brothers!

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Lost Boys 4 and TV Series Coming Soon

Lost Boys 4 and TV Series Coming Soon
Warner Premiere is close to announcing Lost Boys 4, the latest adventure in the on-going saga of The Frog Brothers (Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander).

A TV series featuring The Frog Brothers is also in development, although plot details for both the upcoming sequel and this weekly show have not been divulged. Since these projects are very close to being officially announced, expect full details in the near future.

Lost Boys 4 will be a follow-up to last year's Lost Boys: The Thirst, which was released on Blu-ray and DVD October 12, 2010. We spoke with Corey Feldman back in October about the potential for Lost Boys 4, and here's what he had to say.

"It wasn't everything that I wanted but as a creative piece of the puzzle, there were certainly things that I fought for and I got a few of those in. There are a few moments that I didn't get in
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Exclusive: Inside The 2010 Eyegore Awards and Universal Hollywood's Halloween Horror Nights!

Dread Central (in this case writers Heather Wixson, Andrew Kasch and yours truly, Sean Decker) hit the red carpet this past Friday night for the Eyegore Awards and opening night of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Studios Hollywood, CA, and brought back a bit of video (see that below, as well as video interviews from the carpet) from the rather boisterous festivities.

Celebrating excellence in the horror genre, the Eyegore Awards were hosted for the third year in a row by Corey (The Lost Boys) Feldman, and awards were bestowed upon honorees Christopher Lloyd (Piranha 3D, Back to the Future); Saw series actors Betsy Russell and Gina Holden; director Elizabeth Scheiffer, who accepted an award for her short film "Jasper", which won the Universal Studios Hollywood Halloween Horror Nights-Rob Zombie Film Competition (video of reel below); filmmaker Eli Roth (who told us pre-show that he’s currently finishing up
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Exclusive: Corey Feldman Talks Lost Boys 4!

Corey Feldman Talks Lost Boys 4 Fans of the classic '80s vampire film The Lost Boys waited over twenty years for the return of the franchise, only to be somewhat disappointed by Lost Boys: The Tribe. Which barely featured any members of the original cast. That will all change with Lost Boys: The Thirst, available on DVD and Blu-ray beginning October 5th, which features the long-awaited full-length return of Edgar and Alan Frog, A.K.A. the Frog Brothers, played by Corey Feldman and Jamison Newlander.

While Feldman reprised his role in Lost Boys: The Tribe, Edgar was reduced to a supporting character, actor Corey Haim (who played Sam Emerson in the original) was relegated to a bit part in the closing credits and Newlander's scene was cut all together, and can only be seen in an alternate ending available on the DVD. Last year we spoke to Feldman and
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Boos! & Whoop-doos!: Lost Boys: The Thirst Screening and Review

The Frog Brothers reunite for The Thirst "You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes, you might find...You get what you need!" That old lyrical bone of truth resides within the genetic make-up of Lost Boys: The Thirst, the third installment of what has now become an ongoing series of direct-to-dvd adventures featuring the illustrious and hard-to-kill Frog Brothers. David, Star, Michael, and even, sadly, Sam Emerson have all fallen to the wayside of pop recognizability. Within the cannon, these fan-favorite characters have perished and are no longer with us. In continuing this much ballyhooed story from the late 80s, it only makes sense that we'd follow these two young vampire hunters who have gone onto become legends in their own time.

Lost Boys: The Thirst should never be looked at as a sequel. It's a spin-off worthy of its own TV show, which Corey Feldman
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FM Convention Update: The Lost Boys 2-for-1!

Vampires of the sparkly, angsty variety may be all the rage now, but back in the ‘80s, bloodsuckers of the badass, human blood-drinking, motorcycle-riding variety were popular. Joel Schumacher’s cult horror-comedy The Lost Boys has been credited with bringing vampires into the mainstream and with making two of its actors – Corey Feldman and the late Corey Haim – pop culture icons. The Lost Boys tells the story of two brothers, Michael (played by Jason Patric) and Sam (played by Corey Haim) and their mother who go to live at their grandfather’s house in Santa Clara, California. But strange things are happening in the beachside town and it’s up to Sam to save his brother before it’s too late.

Come to the Famous Monsters Convention (don’t forget your ticket!) on July 9 for a screening of The Lost Boys following a panel hosted by Jamison Newlander (Alan Frog
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Mom: Corey Haim's Funeral Will Be Paid for by City of Toronto

Mom: Corey Haim's Funeral Will Be Paid for by City of Toronto
Though his best friend Corey Feldman said Corey Haim died with little money to his name, the late actor's funeral expenses won't fall to his mother. Judy Haim, who is suffering from cancer, tells Access Hollywood that the city of Toronto will help her by covering the cost of Haim's funeral, which is set for Tuesday. The late-actor was Canadian. Judy also says that, a celebrity memorabilia site, offered to pay for her son's tombstone and other miscellaneous expenses. It had not yet provided the funds. A rep for the company said that it would offer $20,000 to the Haim family.
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