Corey Feldman cancels remainder of tour
As for the being called on by God, Corey appears to be talking about his TRUTH Campaign to out pedophiles from within the Hollywood industry via a documentary that he's currently trying to raise $10 million for by crowdfunding. Having appeared on NBC's TODAY Show earlier this week, on Wednesday (11/1) he contributed to NBC's THINK site, talking further about the subject:
Let’s be clear: I wish I was not here right now. This is something that everybody keeps missing. They think I somehow want to be turning my life upside down. I was in the middle of a very successful tour with my band and our new album. My music, my brand — that is my life. I have spent so much time and energy on that project. I can’t emphasize this enough.
Instead, I had to stop everything. But God chooses when these things happen, not me. This was God’s choice, and God gave me a very clear message: I must stand up. I must do something. I must use my voice to call attention to this problem at this time. And when God calls, you cannot ignore that call.
About the movie, he says, "If I don’t raise all the money I am asking for, I am still going to make the movie. This isn’t all or nothing, this is about creating the best and most honest product that I can, as seen from my perspective and no one else’s." Read the whole piece here.
Some have questioned Feldman's intentions with the film, including Corey Haim's mother, Judy Haim, who called it a "long con." Feldman emphasized on Twitter that naming names is not contingent on meeting his $10 goal, while asking people to contribute: