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New Official Trailer and Clip for 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' Released

April 07, 2010 03:41:46 GMT

Plus, new footage from the movie has been previewed at WonderCon and the soundtrack listing has been unveiled.


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New videos which give preview to "A Nightmare on Elm Street" have made their way out online. After a new trailer played during "Clash of the Titans" screenings has been leaked, Warner Bros. Pictures has debuted the official version. A full-length clip which follows Kellan Lutz's Dean at an eatery has also been aired during "Jimmy Kimmel Live!".

Additionally, more fresh footage from the film has been screened at 2010 WonderCon in San Fransisco. It is opened with the similar part which sees Dean falling asleep at an eatery and attacked by Freddy Krueger before he is awaken by Rooney Mara's Nancy Thompson, but the rest shows scenes which have never been previewed before.

[SPOILER ALERT!] When Nancy leaves him, Katie Cassidy's Kris enters the diner and sits across Dean. After having conversation for quite some time, Kris leaves to use the bathroom. When Kris and Nancy return, they see Dean holding a steak knife at his own throat, and before they can stop him, he stabs his neck with the knife.

Beside the sneak peek videos, soundtrack listing from the movie has been unveiled. Composed by Steve Jablonsky who previously worked on the score for 2009 "Friday the 13th", the tracks are compiled in an album that will be released on April 27, or three days before "A Nightmare on Elm Street" hits U.S. theaters. The tracklisting can be seen at Water Tower Music.

The upcoming horror movie will see horribly disfigured killer Freddy Krueger returning to hunt suburban teenagers, including Nancy Thompson and her boyfriend Quentin, through their dreams. Trying to stay away from death, they struggle not to fall asleep. Directed by Samuel Bayer, the film has Jackie Earle Haley playing the antagonist character.

'A Nightmare on Elm Street' second official trailer:


'A Nightmare on Elm Street' clip with Kellan Lutz:


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posted by sjcbamag on Apr 13, 2010
I agree with Ivywoman. I grew up with Nightmare and love Freddy. While the movie looks ok I still don't see it being as good as Robert Englund's Freddy. It's like trying to replace Anthony Hopkins as Hannibal. Some people aren't replaceable.
posted by Ivywoman on Apr 07, 2010
I was really excited to see a new Nightmare on Elm Street!! I grew up with this movie and Freddy always scared me!! But I have to admit that I'm not too thrilled to go see it being that Freddy isn't being played by Robert Englund!! Robert Englund is the face and voice of Freddy!!

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