Corey Haim dead at age 38! Original Lost Boy lost to drugs

Actor Corey Haim is dead. The 38 year old actor Corey Haim was found dead from an apparent drug overdose in his Los Angeles apartment earlier by Haim’s mother. The Los Angeles police department has began conducting a full investigation into Haim’s death.

The 80’s teen idol has been reported to have made numerous trips in and out of rehab over the years battling his drug addictions. Haim was reported to have been one of Hollywood’s most troubled teen stars carrying his despair with him into his adult life.

The Canadian born Cory Haim became successful in the 1980’s making several of the most popular teen movies of the era with Lucas, License To Drive but is known best for his role in the vampire/thriller The Lost Boys co-starring good friend Corey Feldman and Kiefer Sutherland.

Cory Haim’s starred most recently on the A&E reality series “The Two Corey’s” with Corey Feldman, the show was canceled after only two seasons in 2008. Corey Haim was reported to have last updated his website on January 18,2010 revealing and promoting his upcoming role in the thriller film ‘American Sunset’.

Cory Haim dead at 38 years news headline is a sad addition to the list of Hollywood’s tragic yet unnecessary deaths. Prayers go out to the family ,friends and fans of the actor Cory Haim.

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Press Release – SRO Cinemaserye Presents – Hot Mama

Eugene Domingo and Wendell Ramos Spice up your Thursday nights with Hot Mama!


GMA Network spices up your Thursday nights with an outrageously funny and irresistibly hot episode of SRO Cinemaserye.  Roll off your seats with non-stop laughter as the humor gets naughty and playful in “Hot Mama”.

Beginning March 11, this four-part episode is top billed by seasoned comedienne Eugene Domingo together with her gorgeous leading man Wendell Ramos. Under the helm of award-winning director Joel Lamangan, rounding up the cast are Maureene Larrazabal, Victor Aliwalas, Ces Quesada, Joseph Smisek, and Janna Dominguez.

Eugene plays the role of Dr. Lola Cardenas, an alluring psychiatrist/sex therapist populary known as Hot Mama.  She hosts a late night radio program where she gives sex and relationship advice to callers who ask questions about love and intimacy.

Lola displays a very liberal and open-minded personality as Hot Mama but unknown to many, she’s an old maid who leads a simple and carefree life.  Despite being an expert sex therapist, Lola doesn’t have a sparking sex life and worse, she hasn’t found her Mr. Right yet.

Hot Mama is single, lonely and desperate for love. She soon finds herself obsessed with Bruce, her executive producer/friend. But… he is already in love with her cousin/manager Mari.

Devastated for being loveless, Hot Mama focuses her attention on her career and gets herself busy in using the social networking site Facebook.  Here, she meets Randy, on of her avid fans from Cebu.

Lola is intrigued with Randy and after a while, a special friendship develops between them.

Randy is extremely excited to finally se her in person.  But Hot Mama doesn’t want him to meet the real Lola.  She is not confident that people would accept her as plain Lola.

What will Hot Mama do if Randy shows up to meet her?  Will Randy accept the real identity of Hot Mama?  Will the two lovers become the perfect sweethearts?



Hot Mama’s amusing storyline and talented cast is set to tickle the hearts of viewers every Thursday night beginning March 11 right after Queen Seon Deok on GMA Telebabad.


Latest from Tyler Perry – He is in Chicago

I’m sitting backstage at the Arie Crown in Chicago. I finish here on
Saturday night after 6 sold-out shows!  Two on Saturday, then I leave here
at 11pm to fly to L.A.  After a few hours of plane sleep..LOL…I have to
be up pretty early on Sunday for a long, fun, exciting day!  And this is
why; I don’t know if you know this or not, but I’m presenting at the
Oscars!  So strange, I became an Academy member last year and, this year,
I’m asked to present. How cool is that?!  Catch it this Sunday night if
you can. 6 Nominations for PRECIOUS – I’m so happy for them.

I’m also thankful for the NAACP Image Awards.  PRECIOUS won several
awards, as well as “House of Payne.”  I received the Chairman’s Award.  It
was a great moment for me.  I was pretty much on the same travel schedule,
BUT it was great.

In all that I do, it is important to me to inspire and encourage, and that
is what I tried to do with my speech.  Not sure if you saw it or not, but
I’m sure someone has put it on YouTube by now…LOL.  I’d love for you to
see it, and if you do, I hope that my words inspire you.

I’ll try and check in next week but Monday I go right back to the show.

Well, talk soon.