Ch-ch-check out Obama's AH-Mazing final WHCD speech (above)!
This is just disturbing.
According to Corey Feldman, former child star king, pedophilia runs rampant in executive Hollywood offices.
Watch his interview (above) for all the chilling details.
As if this music video couldn't get any more HIGHlarious!
Check out the extended, eight minute version of Katy Perry's new music video for Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.), which features cameos from Darren Criss, Rebecca Black, Kevin McHale, Hanson, Kenny G, Corey Feldman, and Debbie Gibson (above)!
See if you can spot them all!
It's too much fun!
We can't believe how long it's been! Seriously!
Check out the photos (above) of the Stand By Me kids all grown up, along with actor/narrator Richard Dreyfuss and director Rob Reiner…AND THEN the kids back in 1986.
Sad that River Phoenix couldn't be there to celebrate with them, but he'll always be remembered for his wonderful performance in Reiner's classic film.
Looks like we're hearing quite a bit from Corey Feldman lately.
Yesterday, we heard the positive news that Feldman has got some more work on the horizon, and now we're hearing some less-than-positive reports that he's pissed because Corey Haim was snubbed from the Oscars' In Memoriam segment.
Here's what Feldman had to say about it:
"Corey's films have earned the industry over a half a billion dollars and his work remains an inspiration to young artists world wide…Corey dedicated his life to the film industry. The same industry that failed to dedicate even 30 seconds to his memory."
Here's a statement that the Academy sent out in response:
"Whatever the length of the sequence, there will always be fans and family members of those not included who will be disappointed by their omission. The Academy extends its understanding and its apologies to those who missed seeing a favorite face in this year’s feature."
We understand that they won't be able to fit everyone into each year's In Memoriam, but they could have given Corey a place on there. He was a well known talent who died way before his time, and it would have been nice for him to be included.
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It'd be pretty tough for them to trump the genius that was Lost Boys: The Thirst, but we suppose it's worth a try! Ha!
Corey Feldman has been riding the Lost Boys train for quite a while, and it looks like he'll continue to do so, because we've learned that a fourth Lost Boys
film movie flick is in the works, along with a TV show, which is in its extremely early stages.
Feldman will return for the fourth entry in the Lost Boys series. No word yet if he'll star in the TV show, but we have a suspicion that he will, given the fact that he doesn't seem to have TOO much else on his plate right now.
We're glad to hear that Corey's getting work, but other than that, this news doesn't do anything much for us. As far as we're concerned, they would have been fine without ANY sequels.
Will U check out the new Lost Boys flick? How ’bout the TV series?
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Hmm, we don't think this is a good idea…
However, stars of the 1985 cult movie The Goonies, including Corey Feldman, who played Mouth, says that he along with his co-star Sean Astin, writer Steven Spielberg, and director Richard Donner want to reunite for a sequel.
"I would do it if [the studio] was serious, but unfortunately they can't seem to get it together. We all like to see it happen, but it's one of those stumbling blocks where no matter how much love there is … The No. 1 question that’s always been asked of me for the last 20 years is, 'Will there be a sequel to Goonies?,' and unfortunately my answer is always the same. It’s not up to me, you know, it's the studio.
They treasure this film, as you know. It is literally their greatest family film title of all time. That's the way they see it. It's always on the top 25, all DVD sales around the world all the time. If we go and throw a sequel out there that's lesser [in quality,] then suddenly we may hurt this continuous cash cow."
We still can't picture that anyone would be willing to shell out their dough to see a middle-aged Chunk, but to each their own.
And if the movie is such a money maker, wouldn't the studio be on board?? Maybe they agree that they should just let a classic remain a classic.