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Robert Englund's Nightmare sequel idea's better than most of the ones we got

Ahead of his appearance at the Spooky Empire convention in Orlando, iconic genre star Robert Englund spoke with Florida Today about his favorite line ("Welcome to prime time, btch!"), the convention and his offscreen antics, but most importantly they discussed what he himself would want to have seen in a sequel to A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET: If I was in control of my own.
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