last entry in A Nightmare on Elm Street The franchise came about as a reboot of the concept in 2010, and while the franchise’s longtime star Robert Englund has often claimed that he feels too old to reprise the role in the future, producer Jason Blum thinks he’ll be interested in this. Can kind of make a comeback. Despite Blum’s enthusiasm, there are currently no definite plans for a new installment in the series, either as a sequel or reboot, omitting any announced projects to which Blumhouse is associated. Given that Blum and his production studio were able to negotiate the rights to the beloved properties such as Halloween And the Exorcist And to bring back unlikely stars from previous entries, we can’t deny Blum’s filmmaking strategy, returning in the role of Englund.
“I could bring him back,” shared Blum screen rent About Englund’s return “I could take anyone back. I mean, Ellen Burstyn was 87, I took her back [the upcoming sequel to] the Exorcist,
The producer joked about Englund’s age, “75…he’s young.”
One of the last updates regarding the status of the series came in 2019 when it was confirmed that the Wes Craven estate had taken back the rights to the series, allowing them to pursue whatever project they wanted. In the years since that development, fans have been waiting patiently for news about what shape the revival might take in the future.
Englund often expresses his age preventing him from being able to reprise the role, yet he would be happy to make a cameo and see a new actor take over the villain.
“I’m not going to lose any sleep over not being Freddy anymore because I’m just too old,” Englund shared with ComicBook.com in 2020. “I couldn’t face makeup for six weeks or eight weeks. I couldn’t do stunts. I’m just getting old. They’ll need a new actor to play it. And, again, to play Freddie.” Even more than a new actor, I think they really need to explore all the new technology to really improve nightmare scenes, using all the new technology they have for the effects.”
stay tuned for the possible future of A Nightmare on Elm Street Chain.
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