“Nightmare on Elm Street” is one of the most iconic franchises of all time and could not have come from any other hands than the revolutionary Wes Craven (yes, the same creator of “Panic”. However, at the Except for the first entry and a 7th metalinguistic sequel, the saga indulged in clichés and a tiring need for re-exploration which reached its maximum decline with the 2010 reboot with Jackie Earle Haley.
Even so, rumors of a new entry have gained prominence, and it seems well-known ‘Host’ thriller writer Jed Sheperd has a great idea for the next story if he’s called in. the project.
Sheperd responded to a tweet that spoke of the idea that he and director Rob Savage were secretly bringing a new ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ to life for Blumhouse – and his response, though short and elusive, did add some hope to fans of the franchise. .
“We really have a great idea for that …” he replied.
We have a very good idea for this… https://t.co/g4VbUrZm1R
– Jed (@Jedshepherd) November 27, 2020
In an interview with Comic Book, star Robert Englund, who brought the original Freddy Krueger to life, reflected on the possible new reboot, which the actor believes inevitable.
“Their choice is to do something completely new or to reboot the franchise for a new generation. I think all franchise rights now belong to Wes Craven. And I know her kids are smart and talented. I have worked in the industry for decades so I have complete confidence in what they are going to do. I know there are some fantastic scripts that are on a shelf somewhere. And I just hope they read them all, as well as the new ones, because some of them were really interesting.
He adds: “Everything is finally redone and each one brings new interpretations and values. Sometimes better, sometimes not. But I know they are going to start the franchise. It would be foolish if they didn’t, especially with all the technology available today which can help deepen nightmares.
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A few months ago, director Mike Flanagan (‘Doctor Sleep’) revealed he had a great idea for a new movie in the franchise.
“I have a good idea [para um novo filme]. It is very good.”
He continues, “I’m delighted to come out and tell them. If we can do that, it will be really cool.
Flanagan had previously declared his interest on Twitter.
Let me in, coach… I have a field! https://t.co/LPUq8hDd88
– Mike Flanagan (@flanaganfilm) November 22, 2019
New information indicates that the intellectual property of Wes Craven, who died in 2015, could gain another official chapter – and ideas are already starting to emerge. Elijah Wood’s company, SpectreVision, is involved in the process of creating a TV series based on the original feature films, and in addition, there is a possibility that the narrative will return to the big screen again.
The original franchise debuted in 1984 and has since built an undeniable legacy for the slasher subgenre, spanning seven films and one remake. The First Assault was directed and scripted by Craven, using his cast names like Robert Englund, Johnny Depp, Ronee Blakley, Heather Langenkamp, Amanda Wyss, Nick Corri and others.
Craven would also return to direct “Nightmare Time 7: The New Nightmare”, in 1994. In 2003, Freddy would face Jason Vorhees, the antagonist of “Friday the 13th”, in the cross-over “Freddy vs. Jason ‘. In 2010, Jackie Earle Haley would replace Englund in the lead role of the ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ remake, which ended up becoming a commercial success despite negative reviews.
Overall, the saga grossed over $ 583 million and became the third-highest grossing horror saga in history – losing to ‘Friday the 13th’ ($ 671.5 million) and ` “ Halloween ” ($ 620.4). millions).
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