Warner Bros. 1 is planning to take another bite out of the 1980s cult hit “The Lost Boys”, with a modern day film starring Noah Jupe and Jaden Martel.
Jupe starred in “A Quiet Place” and starred in “The Unduing” and “Honey Boy”, while Martel was part of the “It” movie and starred in the “Defending Jacob” series, as well as “Out of Knives” and “Masters of Sex”. . “
The studio has confirmed that Jonathan Entwistle will manage with Randy McKinnon, who is working on “Static Shock” for Warner and DC, writing a new version.
Produced by Brian Kavanagh-Jones and Fred Berger Automatic. Jack Ferganowski and Josh Glick are executive producers.
Starring Coyle Heim, Corey Feldman, Kiefer Sutherland, Jason Patrick, Alex Winter, Diane West, and Jamie Gartz, Joel Schumacher directed the original “Lost Boys” in 1988, in the story of two boys who moved to California beach town with their mother and stamped bikers. Be those who are vampires.
Popular soundtracks with bands like Echo and Boniman and INXS with Roger Daltrey and Lou Village.
Entwistle, who created “The End of the F *** ing World”, was the series’ chief director and executive producer. He also directed the pilot of the upcoming “Willow” TV series at Disney Plus.
Zup has been restored by CAA, Grandview, The Artist Partnership, Hansen Jacobson, and Martel by CAA, Dayton-Milrad-Cho, Jacqueline Austen. McKinnon and Entwistle re-established by CAA, Grandview and Jacques Austen.
The pilot of a “Lost Boys” TV series on CW was producing when the shooting of the epidemic stopped, but the network did not accept it.
The reboot was first reported by the Hollywood Reporter.