He wasn’t supposed to die of course, but one of the kids turned to the other side, and served as a mole to the bad guys.

Another one on the d/l, but hopefully kinda fun. So, as I think I said, one of the reoccurring themes/storylines of the dancing boy franchise is this secret global elite, with good and bad halves. And, as I may have said, there's a Hollywood branch of both sides, and one of the units consisted - back in the day - of industry kids (mostly but not exclusively actors and performers).

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A Dancing Boy Blind Item

Another one on the d/l, but hopefully kinda fun.

So, as I think I said, one of the reoccurring themes/storylines of the dancing boy franchise is this secret global elite, with good and bad halves.

And, as I may have said, there’s a Hollywood branch of both sides, and one of the units consisted – back in the day – of industry kids (mostly but not exclusively actors and performers). Our first mission – which ended in the death of one of the kids (he took a bullet to save the rest of us) – is the lead up and climax of the first feature.

He wasn’t supposed to die of course, but one of the kids turned to the other side, and served as a mole to the bad guys.

He becomes a super-villain in the franchise, and makes an appearance in the first short.

Naturally, as our unit is activated again after all these years, the martyred boy needs to be replaced.

Corey Haim