Corey Haim's last movie premieres
Corey Feldman, Alyssa Milano, plus family and friends gathered for Corey Haim's final film premier
Friends and family gathered in Los Angeles on April 10 for the premiere of Corey Haim's final film, Decisions. An indie drama about a group of friends in a rough part of L.A., it features Haim — who died last year at 38 — as a corrupt cop. Longtime pal Corey Feldman introduced the film to the audience — including Sally Field and Alyssa Milano — and said his friend would have been "shocked and amazed" at the turnout. British musician G Tom Mac performed one of Haim's favorite songs, "Cry Little Sister" from The Lost Boys. Decisions is expected to get a theatrical release in May. "He was perfect for the role," says director Jensen LeFlore. "He gave an incredible performance."