Nightmare Reboot Sequel Will Slash Your Face in 3D

Apparently critics did not cotton to the new Freddy, if the reboot’s 15% freshness rating on RottenTomatoes is any indication. Then again, what do critics know, right? You moviegoers out there in moviegoer land seems to like the new version of Freddy just fine, because many of you flocked to see the film in its first week to the tune of $32 million opening weekend. Because of that, New Line is already readying a sequel, and of course, it will be in 3D, thus making this the second time the “Nightmare on Elm Street” franchise has dabbled in the realm of 3D.

TheWrap reports that there is no script or even a story for the sequel as of yet, according to the folks at New Line. All they know is that you folks really liked the first reboot, and since 3D is the in thing with the kids nowadays, a “Nightmare” sequel in 3D just seemed like a no-brainer.

In the reboot, Jackie Earle Haley replaced Robert Englund as the iconoclastic slasher who haunts teen’s dreams and do dirty, bloody things to them. Music video vet Samuel Bayer made his feature film debut on the reboot, with Michael Bay and his Platinum Dunes boys producing.

You think this is scary? Wait for it in 3D. Don't eat before you go see the sequel.



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  • http://www.originalgeekspodcast.com/ Dedpool aka Jiinx

    I'm for that. If they do it right, and have him praying on the kids nightmares more. Just no jumping in video games, turning people into roaches or marionettes(okay I liked that one but still).

  • TeamCantDecide

    very scary film

  • Reape_R

    I loved these films when I first watched them – I'm going to see the reboot soon and just imagining the next one being in 3D it should be just as good as watching the original for the first time :D

  • Reape_R

    I loved these films when I first watched them – I'm going to see the reboot soon and just imagining the next one being in 3D it should be just as good as watching the original for the first time :D