And the hype train has officially left the station for Platinum Dunes' redux of A Nightmare on Elm Street! Just hours after sites were allowed to put up their set visits and several new stills were released, comes the new one-sheet, which, we have to admit, we really dig!
Four new stills from Platinum Dunes' A Nightmare on Elm Street reboot have surfaced -- all the way from Germany no less, and of course we have them here for you to check out.
Fred-heads everywhere have been wondering just when and where they will be able to see the next trailer for the Platinum Dunes remake of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street! Through the wonders of Twitter the answer has come!
It was a very humid night in June of 2009 when this Dread Central scribe stepped off the plane back in her hometown of Chicago to check out what Platinum Dunes had in store for this generation of fans with its new vision for one of horror’s most beloved franchises.
Though it's not even out of the gate yet, Platinum Dunes' remake of the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street is causing lots of buzz -- both bad and good. Fan reactions were pretty much split when the film's trailer hit. One of the major concerns was the sound of Freddy's voice. We admit it did seem kind of off. Then, when news of the reshoots came, things didn't get much better in terms of being confident that we're going to get the movie we want. Finally someone's addressing these issues.
A new video has surfaced that shows off a first look at A Nightmare on Elm Street 2010 including some behind-the-scenes peeks at Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy Krueger.
In early December we reported that Samuel Bayer's take on the Wes Craven classic A Nightmare on Elm Street was to undergo some minor reshoots this month, and now, thanks to the wonder of Twitter, a couple of shots from said reshoots have slithered online.
For some reason, the Internet community bought into the unsubstantiated rumor that Platinum Dunes is pushing ahead with its Friday the 13th sequel for a target release date of August 13, 2010, despite refutes from PD frontman Brad Fuller. Today we’ve got more evidence that it’s not to be expected this summer, and that’s probably a good thing.
After a round of test-screenings in LA Platinum Dunes' remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street has been sent back to film additional scenes. Hey, it can only get better, right?
In the case of Platinum Dunes' remake of Hitchcock's classic The Birds, you'd think that all the various delays, rewrites, etc., might have the producers reconsidering their plans; but no, it appears to be full steam ahead with the project despite the fact that it recently lost its director, Martin Campbell, to The Green Lantern redux.
Warner Brothers has released a hi-res version of one of yesterday's new Elm Street stills, and we have it in all its huge glory for those of you out there who want EVERYTHING!
Warner International released a few new tidbits of goodness for the upcoming Platinum Dunes redux of Wes Craven's classic A Nightmare on Elm Street, and of course we've imported them for you like fine wine. Or in this case ... stinky cheese?
The first review for Platinum Dunes' A Nightmare on Elm Street redux is now alive and kicking. Good? Bad? It's both a little and a lot of both, if that makes any sense. Then again, in Krueger land ... does anything really make sense?
Ouija boards. We just can't understand how someone could believe that something made by Parker Bros. or Hasbro could possibly be of help in contacting the dead. But what of the real deal kind?
So it's official. Michael Bay and company have pulled up stakes and headed over to Paramount to continue their particularly evil ways. Please, powers that be ... keep them away from Paranormal Activity. Just can't imagine that flick with explosions or faux grittiness.