Admit it. You’ve always wanted to own A Nightmare on Elm Street sweater. It’s the perfect, subtle wink and nod to something dark and scary. Well, now you can not only own one of those, but sweaters featuring two other famous boogeymen.
Doctor Strange will be dark and psychedelic, according to its Director of Photography. Sleepy Hollow will try to bring the focus back on Abbie and Ichabod this season. Plus, Clark Gregg teases Coulson’s prosthetic hand on SHIELD, and the new Nightmare on Elm Street reboot gets a writer. So many spoilers!
When you look at Jerad S. Marantz's resume, it's packed with films you can barely remember watching. Jonah Hex, I Am Legend, Clash Of The Titans, Bedtime Stories, Percy Jackson, Nightmare On Elm St....but his concept art is unforgettable.
Freddy Krueger's come back as a standalone monster, after Freddy Vs. Jason. And both Aliens and Predators are hoping to repeat this accomplishment soon. Nevertheless, there's something intrinsically awesome about two uber-menaces duking it out. Here are our favorite showdowns.
Jackie Earle Haley tells io9 he researched serial killers to add psychological realism to Freddy Krueger... before he realized that was a mistake. We also learned how that iconic claw-in-the-bathtub scene almost went wrong and threatened Rooney Mara's "lady bits."
Any doubts that Jackie Earle Haley would not make for an utterly terrifying Freddy should be easily put to rest with this new trailer. Even his Freddy-esque quips ("Why are you screaming? I haven't even cut you yet") deliver chills.
We compared the new Nightmare On Elm Street with the original, to see whether Jackie Earle Haley is worthy of the infamous Freddy Krueger glove. We measure on-set details, trailers and posters to see how they measure up. Spoilers ahead...