Plenty of controversy surrounding the recent Ghostbusters reboot, mostly regarding the all-female cast for the proton-pack donning scientists themselves. Seems that controversy is now extending to the 80's classic, "The Lost Boys".
Taken from his interview with MOVIEWEB.COM Corey Feldman states:
"After what happened with Ghostbusters, I would veer to stay away from that idea. I'm not a hater. I encourage all artistic endeavors. And I support anything as long it's good. I just hate seeing crap, and I hate seeing schlock. And I hate seeing when they take a very valuable and positive franchise and destroy it with something that sounds like a really good idea, but is not. So, to me...I'm a firm believer in giving the fans what we know they want. And give it to them the way they want it. It's always nice to throw some surprises in there. But I am also not a believer in the reboot."
For what it's worth, Corey does go on to state that his opinion is simply that, and shouldn't be taken as gospel.
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