09:30 23 June 2006
'The Lost Boys' stars Corey Feldman and Corey Haim are making a comeback.
The 80s heartthrobs are working on a new comedy series - which is being made by the people behind hit US TV shows 'Wife Swap' and 'Survival Of The Richest' - simply called 'The Coreys'.
The programme will have the former teen icons playing fictionalized versions of themselves, Feldman will be a married father with a son while Corey Haim will be "the single guy".
As yet, the TV show doesn't have an air date or a network.
In their heyday, the two Coreys starred in a string of hit films together including 'The Lost Boys', 'License To Drive' and 'Dream a Little Dream'.
However, as their popularity waned and their core fans grew up the pair struggled to sustain the careers causing them to fall on hard times.
At one point, Haim battled a drug addiction and was so broke he tried to auction off one of his teeth on eBay.
Meanwhile, Feldman - who was once a friend of Michael Jackson - turned to music and made an appearance on US reality TV show 'The Surreal Life'.
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