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  • Feldman has some nerve in one scene during the photo shoot - Susie is lying on Feldman's office desk with pictures of Feldman surrounding her, however, Feldman spots one picture of Haim which accidentally ended up there and requests that the shot be redone without his picture in it

    • by Stephen Filippelli
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      While Corey Haim is busy promoting the 20th anniversary of the film that launched them to stardom, “The Lost Boys”, Feldman would rather concentrate on his wife’s photo shoot with Stuff Magazine. It’s a very messed up and embarrassing situation where Haim shows up alone at a radio interview about “The Lost Boys” and does his part but meanwhile, Feldman is home and watching men take photos of his stupid wife.

      Feldman has some nerve in one


      scene during the photo shoot - Susie is lying on Feldman’s office desk with pictures of Feldman surrounding her, however, Feldman spots one picture of Haim which accidentally ended up there and requests that the shot be redone without his picture in it. To be pefectly honest, you can hardly notice that one picture unless you’re looking under a darn microscope or something. Give me a break.

      Then all three of them attend “The Lost Boys” 20th Anniversary ...


      • Premiere party. After the showing, they do an autograph and photo signing with the audience and right in the middle of it, Haim gets into a slight heated talk with Susie for hanging around or rather “plaguing” Feldman too much. The next day, their ‘Lost Boys’ co-star, Jamison Newlander, is invited by Haim to the Feldman residence so that he and the two Coreys can discuss writing the sequel to “The Lost Boys”.

        After Jamison leaves, Haim questions

        Feldman’s disinterest in a sequel and it is right then and there that he reveals something that shocks the heck out of him - They are in fact making a sequel that is going direct to video, without Haim but with Feldman as a cameo. Feldman declined to do it without Haim though. I swear, you almost want to hug Corey Haim as he breaks down in tears. This was actually a good follow up to the first episode.




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