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Lost Boys: The Thirst
Directed by Dario Piana
Written by Evan Charnov
Starring Corey Feldman
Jamison Newlander
Tantit Phoenix
Distributed by Warner Home Video
Release date(s) 2010
Country  United States
Language English
Preceded by Lost Boys: The Tribe

Lost Boys: The Thirst is an 2010 upcoming direct to DVD film in the Lost Boys film series. It is the second sequel to the original 1987 film The Lost Boys. In the 2008 direct to video sequel Lost Boys: The Tribe, Haim, Feldman, and Newlander reprised their roles. In this newer sequel, Feldman and Newlander reprise their roles again as Edgar and Alan Frog.

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Plot

When veteran vampire hunter Edgar Frog (Corey Feldman) finds himself destitute and almost friendless, he thinks he has hit rock bottom, but then vampire-romance novelist Gwen (Tanit Phoenix) offers him a small fortune to go on a vampire hunt and rescue her son from an alpha vampire. With the help of his friends, he prepares for a bloody battle.

Cast

  • Corey Feldman as Edgar Frog
  • Jamison Newlander as Alan Frog
  • Sean Cameron Michael as Ira Pinkus
  • Tanit Phoenix as Gwen Lieber
  • Matthew Dylan Roberts as Blake
  • Joe Vaz as Claus
  • Seb Castang as DJ Rethven

Production

Filming began on location in South Africa, and shooting began in November 2009. Corey Feldman as Edgar Frog Jamison Newlander as Alan Frog Sean Cameron Michael as Ira Pinkus Tanit Phoenix as Gwen Lieber Matthew Dylan Roberts as Blake Joe Vaz as Claus Seb Castang as DJ X

Future of the franchise

Corey Haim had confirmed that he would not be participating in Lost Boys 3: The Thirst, citing a very busy schedule. Although he said he was looking forward to coming back for a fourth film, his death in March 2010 made that impossible.

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