Robert Englund does not believe that he will ever wear the Freddy Krueger make-up again. However, he would like to be involved in the sequel to A Nightmare on Elm Street when it is eventually restarted. The horror icon believes it's only a matter of time before the right team comes together for something special to continue Freddy's story for a new generation of horror fans. But Englund believes that these days are over to return to the character himself. He had the following to say.
"I don't think I'll ever put the makeup back on. I'm a little too old for that. I'm a bit on the tooth playing Freddy now. I think if I would do it, it would be more like Freddy vs. Viagra. "
Thanks to Robert, PornHub may have just gotten a pretty good idea for their new parody film Englunds comments about replaying Freddy Krueger . It's certainly not the best news to hear Englund say he's done with Freddy. But the actor said this more than once and even suggested a replacement. Englund has said several times that he would like to see Kevin Bacon as Freddy. But that doesn't mean he's finished with A Nightmare on Elm Street . Englund explains.
"I know that the rights to A Nightmare on Elm Street came from the Wes Craven family estate. And I know that they looked at many different submissions and ideas. I hope you are open minded because there are a lot of young screenwriters and wannabe director screenwriters obsessed with the horror genre who have some interesting ideas, and I would be happy to be invited again if you decide to A Nightmare on To restart Elm Street. Part 3: The Dream Warriors . "
So who wants to play Robert Englund on a possible restart of A Nightmare on Elm? Street Part 3: The Dream Warriors ? His answer actually makes a lot of sense and is likely to upset a lot of horror fans if they just think about it. Regardless of how you feel about restarts and remakes, people automatically go to the cinemas if English is attached in any way, shape or form. You can read about Englund's "dream" role below.
"I would love to come back and maybe the dream analyst (the character of Dr. Elizabeth Simms, played by Elizabeth Pointer) to play the woman in the therapy sessions who doesn't think there can be anything like a collective nightmare that is common to a group of people. I think , it would be fun for the fans, it would be fun to play the role that was originally played by a woman and change that. I think there is some kind of tradition in it The horror genre of such cameos that would I enjoy it. But I have no idea if they will go on and create completely new stories or if they will go back and do prequels or original stories the Freddy Krueger myth. I don't know what they are e plan so I'm just waiting to listen. "
If Robert Englund has really decided that he will never play Freddy Krueger again, an episode of The Goldbergs will be in full make-up on camera for the last time. Englund bet got back on the makeup chair after receiving a call from series creator Adam Goldberg in late 2018. The actor liked the idea, thought it was fun, and did it, at which time he called it a "Valentine's Day" for Horror fans.
While the future of A nightmare in the air on Elm Street is in the air, Robert Englund does not sit around waiting for the phone to ring. It was announced at the end of last year that he was and the Travel Channel teamed up with Robert Englund to create a new horror documentary entitled True Terror, which acts as a presenter and tells real horror stories from the depths of the erican history. The show will premiere on Wednesday March 18th at 10pm. ET. The interview with Robert Englund was originally conducted by Entertainment Weekly .