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  • so many films.

  • You guys want to ask a question to Cory, just line up the Xterra.

  • Just feel free to just bacon breathe.

  • I want to talk about it later.

  • It's become a Christmas stable in our house.

  • Gremlins.

  • It is a Christmas moving.

  • My daughter loves that.

  • She's five.

  • I'm like, Aren't you scared?

  • No, it's hilarious, but that was your first early roles.

  • What do you remember about working on that Joe Dante?

  • I was terrified.

  • I was terrible.

  • I mean, I wasn't really right when I was making it, but I was terrified after when I watched it with theaters of like, Damn, that's step.

  • Don't remember them being scary because they were just little green phone pieces.

  • But now they're actually scary.

  • It's pretty effective, Joe, not days and brilliant director.

  • That's why brilliant director and you work with him again in the burbs to I worked with Joe three times, three times.

  • The other film, you're only He did well, we did grab ones first, and that was an amazing experience.

  • And then many years later, he heard for a little movie called the Burbs.

  • And when we did the burbs together, I was kind of an asshole, so I kind of blew it on.

  • He wasn't too thrilled about it.

  • And, like I felt back is disappointed in because I was going through a tough time in my life.

  • At that point on, it was just right before I was like, I kind of turned it all around and got myself together.

  • But I was kind of breaking that a picks in my frozen about to go off the edge, and he knew I was not to go out and destroy him.

  • And Carrie Fisher, ironically, were trying to save me.

  • Protected me during that film.

  • And I was like, Guys, I'm fine, you know?

  • But then after that, we didn't talking.

  • I saw do interviews.

  • Rate was like, uh, yeah, used to be big fan a Cordis.

  • But wait, did the burbs together.

  • And basically, I was terrified to come into work every day because I didn't know what he was gonna come up with next.

  • And I was like, Man, I felt terrible, Felt that way.

  • So after I got my life together and, you know, Mature grew up in all that fun stuff.

  • Um, one day he called me up and he said, I'm doing this movie called Splatter, and it's not a movie into a miniseries, but it's a streaming Siri's with this platform called Netflix on It's gonna Be Me and Roger Corman, who I had also worked with twice.

  • And, you know, they had also worked together twice because they did Parana.

  • And, uh, boy, what was the other one?

  • I think I know that name was Maybe I know Foreman is a legend.

  • I don't make it to movies together in his early career.

  • So anyway, so it was the two Corman films to dot day films on then all three of us working together for the first time.

  • What a novel idea would be if we could do a choose your own adventure streaming live thing on Netflix, where we would change the ending of each episode based on a few hours votes.

  • Oh, wow, what a concept.

  • So, you know, basically, that's what happened.

  • We did this little houses and that was back in 2010 and so way reunited and it felt so good.

  • And Joanna rekindled relationship on.

  • It was love.

  • It was love.

  • We were in LA together, I swear awesome.

  • I get to hear the angry.

  • Yes, very nice.

  • And then?

  • And then he's actually gonna be coming to premiere My documentary Hey, was one of the 1st 2 Are the ti along with Richard Donner's going cited both of them intending course.

  • Richard Donner Horsemen Goonies.

  • Yes, indeed.

  • I'm just thinking about all these lost boys.

  • Yeah, Maverick Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

  • I've done a few weeks with Richard Jewell.

  • Schumacher.

  • I'm just joking about that.

  • He actually did details with crypto so many great rules.

  • Let's take it close to your group thing going, Don't tell or wow.

  • Definitely Tommy, man, I love rock operas.

  • Maybe you still talking?

  • Yeah, definitely a better character.

  • Uh, plus, I looked a little green.

  • I realized until recently that you were actually the boys and on his own.

  • That's what I remember.

  • Seeing the movie theaters.

  • It's true.

  • Also, speaking of green anchor fraud.

  • What a great role in the Lost Boys That movie Joel Schumacher.

  • It's got such an amazing identity.

  • And it was really the start of that team.

  • Edgy, romantic, vampire kind of shot.

  • So what was it like to be part of that is the world's first ever.

  • Rock and roll man.

  • Yes, yes.

  • And the key on your role.

  • And it was just a little bad ass, will you?

  • And because it was really Brother Jamie's great.

  • Yes, lucky and lucky enough to have great James in the lander with does that film.

  • And of course, that was where me and Mr Hayes man, I met this little kid knock who came from Toronto and store hearts away.

  • But anyway, that was getting very long.

  • Dear friendships.

  • Okay, let's get you another question here.

  • Frank Discovery.

  • I just want to go.

  • Since the cooling Corny, I really enjoyed that.

  • Becker.

  • My name's just When do you have any work with Cory?

  • Even though your name just maybe just call in Corey last year was launching a 26 year too way.

  • Do a video use, say, Corey Hart suing.

  • Wait, So you think because his name's Cory?

  • My name's Corey.

  • We just gotta work together.

  • Cory Unite Way couldn't do it the first time, So let's try another Korea that way.

  • Plants What was so new?

  • It's cute.

  • Those kids New Project is a documentary 200.

  • The great mystery, bittersweet thing.

  • I wish I didn't have to do it all.

  • But now that it's done, it's done.

  • And that's the great news.

  • Great news is after a decade, really, since I made him promise that I would get his story told I tried several times.

  • We put it all in a book, you know, and then they made me change the names on.

  • Then I did it all, and this movie called The Tail two stories, which I executive produced.

  • And then after we wrote the script, they wouldn't change it all, changed names and made it look like a completely different thing that really Waas.

  • And I just got so frustrated.

  • And then the whole to movement happened, and it was like I was trying to ignore it, really.

  • I was on tour, was doing great with my band.

  • We were selling out all over the country, and then all the sudden it was like Come on me to movement happened Now your journey.

  • I'm like, No, it's not busy.

  • I got my thing.

  • I did what I had to do that God was like, No, you didn't.

  • You said you were gonna say everything.

  • You didn't say everything I like, but I tried trying is not an option to.

  • That's what I learned.

  • Drying is not an option, so I had no choice but to do what I had to do, which was get the entire truth told.

  • So the entire truth is big toe rape of two parties and premieres on March 9.

  • It's only going to be wearing one time one time.

  • There's a reason for that because I mean this little independent documentary, and I thought it was gonna be like, really cheap and easy to make.

  • I'm like I'll spend, like $100,000 on it.

  • You know, I get scraped together, are fine And then it was like 150.

  • I was like, two big G.

  • And it was 300,000.

  • I was like, Okay, 300,000 is perfect.

  • I can do I have to do a TV show I didn't want to do.

  • I have to do a reality show.

  • You know, I didn't make sacrifices, but I did it for the greater good, and I got it done.

  • And then all of a sudden we got in a very, very, very and great miles like no more roadblocks I've done now I gotta get any shirt.

  • How much to get insured?

  • $1.3 million.

  • What?

  • Yeah, that's what happened.

  • So I basically thought I was defeated.

  • I don't does it.

  • You know, it took me three years to come up with 300 grand home.

  • I gotta come up with 1.3 million overnight and then, like, a miracle happened.

  • So when that terrible happened, I basically got resource is to be able to figure out a way because I couldn't distribute in a normal way because it was too controversy.

  • Oh, and nobody wanted to take the risk of being the first to do it.

  • So they were all like, Whoa, you go do it somewhere else first, then come back to us early.

  • Oh, thanks for the support.

  • Great.

  • You're a big studio.

  • Your big network.

  • You could take the risk of a little guy, but that said we found a way.

  • You know what that way is?

  • Because we were able to buy enormous amounts of band with Okay.

  • And if you can buy enormous amounts of band with you could be your own distributor because you can live stream anything you want.

  • If you can afford the band with for everybody to see it.

  • So based on however many people you're planning for is how many people you know you charge for all that.

  • So we got charged a whole lot of money on top of the other money that we already have been.

  • That was to just streaming one time.

  • Just a street one time.

  • So what platform will be building my platform?

  • Right.

  • It's literally my weapon.

  • So what happened?

  • Did you go to this website called my truth doc dot com Right down.

  • If you need to mind truth, doc dot com and the website will be opening one week from today.

  • One week from today, tickets go on sale, and they're gonna be on sale the whole time for three weeks.

  • And then at the end of that three weeks, one global live pay per view event where everybody in the world who was interested, of course, will be watching it at the same time.

  • So he's literally gonna be like a boxing match or a concert where it's like what it happens.

  • It's happening all over the world.

  • And if we could sell more than 100,000 tickets that would be the cut off.

  • If I could sell tickets, then I could afford to buy another recession of bandwidth and then they run into second time.

  • But right now all I can afford is the one time.

  • So listen, changes.

  • I'll let you know.

  • Awesome.

  • Thank you for the website.

  • And all right, let's take another question.

  • I fancy is back in the eighties with Team B pictures between Stand by Me, Mooney's Lost Boys working in teams of camaraderie.

  • What was it like to work with groups?

  • And did you really enjoy that?

  • What was your good work?

  • Well, I was like the old lady group ever like to go for Stinger games?

  • Dodgeball?

  • I don't think Goodies.

  • How could you not have fun?

  • Seven kids, you know, pretty much around the same age.

  • That spirit of adventure and looking for the treasure and scuttles greatly speeds.

  • And we were really riding around on bicycles all the time.

  • You know what I mean?

  • Like whatever the cameras weren't rolling, we would grab the bikes and we take off.

  • So it was just that fund of, you know, being with your friends and being on a never ending adventure for six months, shooting in a room.

  • You don't last for an hour and 1/2 but in real life it was there for six months.

  • Stick another question.

  • Go ahead.

  • I just wonder.

  • What was your favorite movie into, like to be was first, like the part of filming in.

  • It was definitely the goodies, So there's a lot of location shooting for that.

  • Really?

  • Well, we did not fairies for three months in a story, Oregon and then three months on sound stages in L.

  • A.

  • And then that would've been the interior with the ship inside with all those masses that exactly.

  • And you know that said that we got to meet lots of exciting people.

  • Remember Harrison Ford came down to the set.

  • Spielberg was giving him a tour through the canes and stuff, and I was like, Oh, my God, it's Indiana Jones and, uh, short round.

  • They're both here together with Steven's humor, like I literally just transported by some Indiana Jones and so cool.

  • And then, you know, Michael Jackson because he was also friends with Steven.

  • We heard it was filming his movie right across the lot from us, so we go over and watch him all the time.

  • Sydney Lauber Dan Ackroyd, just like everybody in the world would stop by that Damn said it was okay.

  • Got time for two more questions.

  • Go ahead.

  • Not that she would like Thio Weapon was impacted.

  • The most boring stories rule is affected me the most Well would have to be lost.

  • Boys call it on the head because it was on the shoot of lost boys that I met Mystery, Right?

  • So from the moment that I met Cory, my life was changed forever because not only did I meet my best friend and my brother, but also mad a guy who was going to give me this wait of information that I did not really want to hear or need to hear or want to be a part of or whatever.

  • But like once he told me what he told me, it altered the course of my life forever because now I was gonna be a target to.

  • Now I have to live my life in silence and fear and all this stuff because I have this information and then ironically and started happening to me too.

  • So then I got my me to moment, I guess when I was 50 you know?

  • So that really altered everything, changed everything.

  • Plus, I made a lot of lifelong friends as well.

  • Not just Cory, but Jamison knew Lander and I are still very good friends.

  • You know, Brooke and I were very close for many years.

  • Billy Word.

  • You know, just like so many cool people on that.

  • Okay, Awesome.

  • And the final question.

  • Go ahead.

  • I went to see reason had going to reset.

  • My question is what way you went on a Disney cruise and tour.

  • The goody said, Yeah, again.

  • Where was tour, exactly?

  • Oh, she went to his story.

  • Yes, I see.

  • Very good.

  • What's your question for Cory?

  • What's your favorite memory, please?

  • Rivlin's favor.

  • Memory of the Goonies.

  • You know, they have to say it was all pretty much awesome.

  • It was just one awesome big adventure eyes burning gremlins, I guess.

  • Probably the day that I stole one of the modern ways for it would be like furling all around, you know, like getting fixing it, tailoring and anything, whatever they were doing.

  • So it really is a model.