Potential spoiler warning: In our first of three video interviews, below you can watch A Nightmare on Elm Street director Sam Bayer talk about how he aimed to make a new experience for new audiences, while also keeping some iconic moments for fans of the franchise to recognize. He also comments on the working of the ending, all of the discussion that went into it, and how it can be viewed as a stand alone movie. He also says he’s blessed to have worked with Jackie Earle Haley, who he calls “a real damn good actor.” Freddy Krueger returns to theaters this Friday.
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