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The Lost Boys: Is reboot on Hold Again?

On Tuesday, the CW revealed its decisions on four likely pilots for the 2020-2021 season, and it included the reboot of the 1987 film, The Lost Boys. Although most of the tv productions are on halt nowadays due to coronavirus pandemic, the CW has announced new versions that are most likely to come in the next few months.

Just before the pandemic, The Lost Boys was started filming, which was seen by decision-makers to make any kind of decisions.

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Lincoln Younes in The Lost Boys

Here are the updates that we have regarding The Lost Boys:

iZombie’s Rob Thomas originally conceptualized the reboot. But it has gone through multiple versions in the previous years, including a pilot that was filmed in 2019. The newer version includes an exciting storyline.

The storyline includes the mother, and her Gen Z move to the town that is beside the sea. They are going to discover the evil reason as to why the children neither get old nor grow up and why they sleep in the day and party all night in that town.

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Cast:

The latest version of The Lost Boys pilot starred Branden Cook, Ruby Cruz, Dakota Shapiro, Medalion Rahimi, and  Lincoln Younes. However, fans were waiting to see if, in the new iteration, the cast will remain the same, or they will recast once again in the version that is currently under development.

But now it has been confirmed that none of the previous stars are going to star in the newer version.

Crew of The Lost Boys:

The Writers of this show is Heather Michelle as well as Rob Thomas. Besides, Rob is going to serve the show as executive producer as well. Rob Thomas is going to executively produce this show along with Dan Etheridge under the production banner ‘Spondoolie.’

 

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