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.
The moment horror fans have been anticipating around the world has come to pass: the unveiling of the trailer for Platinum Dunes' remake of Wes Craven's classic A Nightmare on Elm Street! Get ready for your fix, Fred Heads!
Given the immensely rising popularity of Mixed Martial Arts, I would not be at all shocked if some enterprising filmmaker eventually devises a slasher movie based around the world of MMA. But contrary to what some of you may have heard on the Internet in the past 24 hours, no, a former Ultimate Fighting Championship heavyweight is not the new Jason Voorhees.
Fans looking forward to the Platinum Dunes remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street can start getting excited! The official website is now open to get you all sweaty with anticipation!
While there's been plenty of coverage of the Platinum Dunes Nightmare on Elm Street remake kicking around the Interwebs, promotion of the film continues!
Just got out of the A Nightmare on Elm Street panel which featured Brad Fuller, Andrew Form, director Samuel Bayer and Freddy Krueger himself, Jackie Earle Haley. We got our first look at the new Freddy at the show via a clip but before we get to that let's talk about what was shown.
Live from the floor of the San Diego Comic-Con we bring you the first look at the A Nightmare on Elm Street redux!
The moment we've all been waiting for has arrived. It's time to get our first glance at the new version of Freddy Krueger, played by Jackie Earle Haley, in the Platinum Dunes remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street courtesy of Warner Bros. and MySpace.
Fans anticipating the Platinum Dunes remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street directed by Samuel Bayer will soon have lots to get excited over ... starting ... right ... NOW!
Samuel Bayer's remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street for Platinum Dunes officially wrapped today, causing much celebration amongst the cast and crew -- some of which producer Brad Fuller uploaded to Twitter.
Brad Fuller, one of the producers of Platinum Dunes' Nightmare on Elm Street reboot, has been busy Tweeting from behind the scenes. Along with answering a ton of the fans' questions, he also posted two shots of the film's stars, Kyle Gallner (Quentin) and Connie Britton (Nancy's mother, Marge Thompson).
Well, now. Can't really call this one a shocker (no relation to the other Wes Craven film). Just a few days ago we told you that should the Nightmare on Elm Street reboot do well at the box office, the new Nancy, Rooney Mara, would be back for two more films. You'll never guess who'll be joining her!
Though the Nightmare on Elm Street remake is still filming in Chi-town (Dread Central is on-set as I write this so expect some exclusive goodies soon), that hasn't stopped the powers-that-be from thinking sequel down the line.