Corey Feldman has been branded ''insensitive'' after jokingly writing that his late 'The Goonies' co-star Mary Ellen Trainor won't be able to star in the sequel after she lost her battle with cancer last month.
Corey Feldman has been branded ''insensitive'' after joking that his late 'The Goonies' co-star Mary Ellen Trainor won't be able to appear in the sequel.
The 43-year-old actor - who played Clark ''Mouth'' Devereaux in the 1985 film - took to his Twitter account yesterday (09.06.15) after hearing that Trainor had passed away to joke that she won't be able to star in a possible sequel, the Daily Mirror newspaper reports.
He wrote: ''BREAKING NEWS: A VERY SAD DAY 4 GOONIES FANS! MARY ELLEN WHO PMAYED MIKEYS MOM HAS PASSED AWAY! SUCH A SWEET WOMAN AND A TALENTED ACTOR!
''THIS IS TERRIBLY SAD NEWS! MY HEART AND PRAYERS R WITH MARYS FAMILY, OUR CAST N CREW, AND THE SADNESS OF THIS LOSS! RIP: MARY ELLEN TRAINER.
''JUST 1 DAY AFTER THE 30th ANNI OF THE FILMS RELEASE! I GUESS THERE WONT B A SEQUEL 4 HER! WE BETTER GET MOVIN B4 WE LOSE ANY1 ELSE! (sic)''
Feldman - who also starred in 'The Lost Boys' and 'Stand By Me' as a teenager - later deleted his last post after the ''insensitive'' comment received a negative response.
Mary - who also appeared in all four 'Lethal Weapon' films - lost her battle with pancreatic cancer last month but the news wasn't confirmed until earlier this week.
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