Corey Haim to Return in Lost Boys 4

The actor says that Warner Brothers Premiere is planning on making one Lost Boys movie a year

Lost Boys 3: The Thirst was recently announced with Corey Feldman coming back as Edgar Frog. Directed by Dario Piana, The story follows veteran vampire hunter Edgar Frog, who finds himself destitute and almost friendless. Just when he thinks his life has hit rock bottom, wealthy vampire-romance novelist Gwen Liebling (in a direct riff on Twilight) offers him a small fortune to go on the vampire hunt of a lifetime and rescue her son Peter from the Alpha Vampire D.J. Dusk. With the help of his friends Zoe, Lars and Blake, Edgar heads into a bloody battle to exterminate evil. The plan is to reunite Edgar with his brother Alan, which will find actor Jamison Newlander returning to the series. We recently caught up with Feldman to discuss the upcoming direct-to-DVD film. He told us that he'd reconciled with his on-again, off-again partner in crime Corey Haim, but he wasn't sure if Haim would return in Lost Boys 3: The Thirst.

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We just got back from chatting with Haim, who confirmed that he will not be participating in Lost Boys 3: The Thirst due to his very busy schedule. But he is in fact looking to come back for Part 4, in which Sam Emerson will play a huge part in the storyline. Haim said that there are certain stipulations in bringing his beloved character back to the small screen as he was personally unhappy with the direction the second film took. He will have some say over the character's personal arc this fourth time around. He also revealed that Warner Premier is planning on making one Lost Boys direct-to-video sequel a year. Though, he thinks this may spoil the original film and its magic. He didn't mention how big a part in the overall series Sam Emerson would have.

He went on to say that he is very proud of Corey Feldman's recent accomplishments in both film, music, and the Netflix original series Splatter. Though he is looking forward to Lost Boys 3: The Thirst, he doesn't think anything will ever be as good as the original. Look for our exclusive video interview coming soon.

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