The Lost Boys star Corey Feldman has shot down reports he'll be joining Brad Pitt in Quentin Tarantino's new war movie INGLORIOUS BASTARDS, insisting he hasn't been offered a role.
The former child star was linked to the project on the same day Universal movie executives confirmed Pitt had signed on to play a hillbilly who leads a bunch of hardcore Jewish-American soldiers into battle.
But Feldman claims his involvement in the film is nothing more than a rumour.
He tells MovieHole.net, "I cannot confirm any such rumour at this time. Although I am a huge fan of QT's and would love to work with him at some point, I have received no official offer at this point."
Internet sources claim Tarantino is looking to cast Feldman as one of the Jewish soldiers in his upcoming Word War II epic.
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