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Second Nightmare on Elm Street reboot still in the works?

In 2010, a day arrived that a lot of horror fans had been dreading for a while: the release date of a remake of A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET. For many, it was a tough remake to take from the moment it was announced because they didn't want to see Robert Englund replaced in the role of dream stalker Freddy Krueger; Englund had been with the franchise since the beginning and had put much of his own quirky.
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