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Thursday, July 16, 2020

‘The Lost Boys’ Musical Nearly Done With Malcolm McDowell in Talks to Play Max

Originally announced back in 2017, G Tom Mac – the man behind The Lost Boys‘ theme song, ‘Cry Little Sister’ – has been in development on a musical based on 1987’s classic vampire film, set to be titled A Lost Boys Story and taking place prior to the events of the film.

Speaking with Syfy Wire this week, the musician updates on the project and reveals that Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange) is currently in talks to play head vampire Max!

G Tom Mac also tells Syfy Wire that the musical is “nearly done,” and that young actor JD McCrary (The Lion King) has already been cast as movie character Laddie.

“At 17-18 [years old], [David] hits the road, and that’s when he picks up the other vampires and basically creates a family with the three other guys,” Mac explains the plot of the musical.

“They all come from different walks of life in Middle America, the Midwest, Arizona, and then they head to California. That’s when all the good stuff starts. We tried to take a twist, whereby we know the story of the movie, but we don’t know how it all got there. And in the musical, we do. It’s very much a story of immortality, but it’s also a story about how people in their 20s think they’re immortal, anyway. It kind of runs that parallel of pop culture.”

Mac is expecting A Lost Boys Story to potentially hit Broadway in 2022. If you don’t want to wait, you can actually already listen to all of the musical’s songs through Spotify.

Learn more by reading Syfy Wire’s full chat with G Tom Mac.



source https://bloody-disgusting.com/music/3623721/lost-boys-musical-nearly-done-malcolm-mcdowell-talks-play-max/

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