Samuel Bayer Moves Out of Springwood; No Nightmare on Elm Street Sequel for Him
With his new version of A Nightmare on Elm Street still over a month away, director Samuel Bayer has already said "no" to a possible sequel.
In an interview with /Film Bayer offered the following:
"I really hope the film does well. I will not be involved in a sequel ... I don’t want to have my next movie be a horror movie. I'm already looking at stuff and I think I'm probably going to do a -- it might be an action movie, or there’s a comic book they want to make into a film I’m very attracted to. But I think I'm going to move on and let someone else handle the next one, and it'll be great."
There you have it, folks. If a sequel does come about, and you know it will, there will be new blood at the helm. Let's just hope for someone tasty!
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