Lost Boys 2: The Tribe hasn’t even been released yet, yet Corey Feldman is already talking about a possible third film.
“The stage is set,” Feldman said of the ending to The Tribe. “So it’s really up to you, the viewer, and you, the audience, to see that final chapter comes into fruition.” “Personally the way I would like to see it go, I would like to see Edgar finally become a vampire himself and have to battle his own inner demons. That’s where it should go in my mind. I think that part of the magic for the whole trilogy would be seeing those characters that you trust, that you love, turning to the dark side and figuring out if they could make their way back. For the guy who’s out there defending truth, justice, and the American way to be confronted with his own demons, and actually have to go down the path of the dark side – will he make it out? Or has he gone down so far that once he’s turned, there’s no hope, light? Who can save him? I mean, once Edgar Frog’s turned, anything’s possible.”
I think it’s a little too early to talk about a third film, especially based on the negative fan response to the released movie trailers for The Tribe. But maybe a third film would allow them to make another Lost Boys movie, the way it should have been done.