Warner already chose two names for the reboot of The Lost Boys

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The Lost Boys They will return to the big screen, although there have been rumors for a long time that they are working on a TV series based on the original material, the truth is that Warner Bros. I would be developing a new take on the vampire movie which became a cult entry for horror-loving audiences. In this case, they have already chosen two young talents to participate in the new film.

The studio hired Jaeden Martell and Noah Jupe so that they are part of the new group of young people who make up this dark story. The former is recognized in the genre for his role as Bill Denbrough in the two films of It, directed by Argentine Andy Muschietti, in the Rian Johnson tape, Knives Out and also in Defending Jacob. Jupe worked on both installments of A Quiet Place and No Sudden Move for HBO Max.

¡The Lost Boys tendrá reboot!

The original movie of The Lost Boys counts as two brothers, played by Jason Patrick y Corey Heim, arrive at a town and discover that the place is where a band of vampires feed on the inhabitants. The tape is directed by Joel Schumacher and has the participation of Keifer Sutherland, Alex Winter y Corey Feldman. It had two sequels that came out direct on DVD, both starring Feldman.

The new version of The Lost Boys will be written by Randy McKinnon, who is currently shaping the story of Static Shock, a film that would be part of the DC Extended Universe, but it would go directly to the streaming platform HBO Max, like Blue Beetle y Batgirl.

Killer vampires. Photo: IMDb.

On the other hand, the director’s chair of the reboot of The Lost Boys would be occupied by Jonathan Entwistle, which credits teen horror stories like The End of the F***ing World y I Am Not Okay With This. He is also helping eOne and Hasbro to bring forward the new Los Angeles film. Power Rangers. Another project of yours? The pilot for the series Willow, by Disney+.

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