Starting with A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET in 1984, Robert Englund has played Freddy Krueger in Seven Aftermath, the last one was FREDDY VS of 2003. JASON, and although the franchise was restarted a decade ago with Jackie Earle Haley assuming the role, Englund had left the door open by saying that he could One more remains in it. Those of you who clung to that core of possibilities will probably be disappointed to learn that Englund seems to have hung his metal gloves forever.
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While talking to Entertainment Weekly, Robert Englund revealed: "I don't think I'll put on my makeup again. I'm a little older for that. I have a little time to play Freddy now. I think if I was doing it, it would be more like Freddy vs. Viagra"That said, Englund would be open to assume a different paper in the restarted franchise.
I know that the rights to A Nightmare on Elm Street have returned to the ownership of the Wes Craven family. And I know that they have analyzed many different proposals and ideas. I hope they are open-minded, because there are many young scriptwriters and aspiring director-scriptwriters who have been obsessed with the horror genre and have some interesting ideas. I would love to be invited back if you decide to restart A Nightmare on Elm Street Part 3: The Dream Warriors. I would love to go back and perhaps play the dream analyst, the woman in therapy sessions who does not believe there can be a collective nightmare that is common for a group of people. I think it would be fun for fans, it would be fun for me to play the role originally played by a woman and go around the subject.
"I think there's a kind of tradition in the cameo horror genre like that, so that would be fun for me,"Englund added."But I have no idea if they will continue and create completely new stories or if they will return and make prequels or stories of origin about the myth of Freddy Krueger. I don't know what they are doing. So, I'm just waiting to hear."As Robert Englund said, the rights to A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET have returned to Wes Craven's property, and the last thing we heard was that they were releasing releases for a new movie.
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We are likely to get a new version of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET soon, would you like to see Robert Englund make a cameo?
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