Corey Feldman's tell-all documentary gets a Hollywood billboard as he teases new single dedicated to Haim
The documentary '(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys' will air only once and interested viewers across the world will have to watch it at the same time
Corey Feldman's '(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys' has got its own billboard on the Sunset Strip as the Hollywood veteran kicks his promotional campaign into overdrive. What's more? 'The Lost Boys' star has also released a new single, 'U R FREE', which will be available for download as soon as tickets go on sale, Movie Web reports.
Over the past few weeks, Feldman has been building the hype over the documentary on social media so he can get as many people as he can to see the one-night-only world premiere. One can buy tickets for '(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys at MyTruthDoc.com starting February 22.
The same day, potential viewers will also be able to download Feldman's new single 'U R Free' — a song he has dedicated to his late friend Corey Haim. A teaser for the single was posted on social media last year to mark the ninth anniversary of Haim's tragic death.
Feldman, however, is yet to confirm if he has made a new recording of the tribute song.
The billboard for '(My) Truth: The Rape of 2 Coreys' is strategically placed right above the Rainbow Bar and Grill on Sunset Blvd — a vicinity that gets a lot of traffic and would help Feldman garner more attention for a project that is close to his heart.
Feldman has been urging the entertainment industry for the longest time to listen to what he has to say. With the new advertisement, the 'Stand By Me' star hopes to convince audiences he's not messing around and that the documentary should be taken rather seriously. One of the first to throw their support behind Feldman was Jane's Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro, who commented on his post saying, "You're killing it brother."
Feldman's bombshell documentary is years in the making and many assumed it would never see the light of day considering the hurdles it faced, but the 48-year-old actor seems more determined than ever to deliver his truth. Furthermore, he has even hired 24/7 armed security to protect himself and his wife, albeit he still receives daily threats on social media.
While the upcoming documentary centers around Corey Feldman's roller-coaster journey in Hollywood, he maintains it will also shed light on Corey Haim's side of the story. Nonetheless, expectations are high considering the actor has gone out of his way to advocate for minors abused in the entertainment industry, and this documentary could add a feather to his benevolent legacy.