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MoviesNightmare on Elm StreetTrailer

For those who want to get a feel early for what is going on with the new Nightmare on Elm Street movie, check out this trailer. A Nightmare on Elm Street in HD

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BatmanDCJonah HexMoviesWarner Bros.

The Warner Bros. Panel wrapped up a little while ago, and here’s our Rapid-Fire Roundup of the talking points.  The oddest part of these kinds of panels is there isn’t a whole lot of talking going on so much as it’s a chance for the studio to get its wares in front of fans.  There were some surprise guests, and yes, Megan Fox was there. There’s also something about a Batman 3 movie or something…

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From Rorschach to Freddy Krueger, Jackie Earle Haley is taking on the role of the the gruesome Freddy Krueger in the reboot of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. “Looking at his performance in ‘Watchmen,’ here’s a guy playing a character under a mask yet you feel tremendous empathy for him,” said Bayer of the actor. “And in Nightmare,’ he is going to be under prosthetic make-up. You have to feel something for the character. The greatest villains are multi-dimensional and I think he will bring that to the character.” The movie begins filming May 5, 2009 in Chicago. via

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ReviewZenescope Entertainment

In which the reviewer realizes he’s old, but doesn’t give a damn. There’s something about the sci-fi horror movies from the 1980s.  Whether it is the promise of violence and boobies, ala the R-Rated Terminator, the portrayal of future society in films like Scanners, Trancers, and Runaway, or the scare ’em tactics of Nightmare on Elm Street and Halloween, those movies shaped a lot of the creative minds working in various industries today.  Zenescope Entertainment’s Stingers debuts this week, and takes the best from the above and blends them together in a way that makes me long for the days

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MoviesNightmare on Elm Street

The Hollywood Reporter has Wesley Strick signed on to write the update to the Freddy Kruger franchise. The new project will keep the high school setting and delve deeper in the psychology of nightmares and Krueger himself. The plan is to have a dark tone. The company hopes to have the movie ready for the 25th anniversary of the original. Strick has previously penned Arachnophobia and Cape Fear. via THR

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