Corey Feldman announces second screening of his tell-all docu that'll expose Hollywood's 'pedophile ring'
He says the tickets for the film to be screened for the first time on March 9 are selling fast. The second streaming will be on March 10 at 12 pm Pacific Time
Actor Corey Feldman has announced that his much-anticipated documentary '(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys' is set to have a second screening.
He said that the tickets for the film, set to debut on March 9, are selling fast and he wanted to give his followers on the east coast and overseas a chance to see his film at a reasonable hour.
Feldman has vowed to make some big revelations linked to Hollywood insiders responsible for his and his late friend Corey Haim's sexual abuse when they were child actors in the industry. The actor had initially said that the film would only be aired once. The world premiere for the exposé is set to be held in Los Angeles, which will be screened live for people who have purchased the tickets for the film.
The second streaming of the film will be on March 10 at 12 pm Pacific Time, which means 3 pm for the east coast and 8 pm for most of Europe. Reports state that east coasters and international fans who have already purchased tickets for the original March 9 screening will be able to watch the film on the 10th without paying for extra viewing. There will be a separate $20 charge for anyone who wants to watch the documentary twice.
Feldman made the revelation of a second screening during a live video where he appeared to be in great spirits and stated that the film is almost complete.
Haim and Feldman first opened up about the sexual abuse they endured in the entertainment industry in a 2007 show called 'The 2 Corey's Haim & Feldman'. Feldman, shortly after the show's finale, made a promise off-camera that if Haim were to die first, he would find a way to get his story out and would try to bring their abusers to justice.
Feldman's exposé, directed by Brian Herzlinger, will include first time interviews of many people who grew up with the two Coreys and witnessed the pain and pressure they endured in the industry. The film features interviews with co-stars Keith Coogan, Jamison Newlander, Susie Feldman, and the late Kristoff St John in his final words, speaking openly about child abuse in Hollywood.
The film also includes a rare interview with former Disney TV Star Ricky Garcia who recently filed charges against his manager and his former agent from APA in Hollywood.