Play a horror movie trivia game along with Thomas Dekker, Rooney Mara and Kyle Gallner of A Nightmare on Elm Street. Freddy Kruger’s victim’s stop through the Young Hollywood studio to explain what it’s like bringing back such an iconic character. Hosted by Oliver Trevena.
Here are some of the new clips from ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ movie.
We are Running Out Of Time
You’ve Seen Him Too
Hide ‘N’ Seek
All I Have To Do Is Dream
If You Are Keep Falling Asleep
Nightmare On Elm Street’s leading lady Rooney Mara insists shooting the remake of the 1984 horror classic was far from terrifying.
“Except for a few times where I was scared, it was not that scary but definitely exhausting, for sure,” she explained at the film’s Hollywood premiere.
The 25-year-old plays a new ‘Nancy’ in the movie, heading up a talented ensemble of young stars taking on the new Freddy Krueger (played by Watchmen actor Jackie Earle Haley).
“I was very nervous, but after sitting down with the director and talking about it, our version of Nancy was just so different that I had to forget about all the pressure and expectations and go with the Nancy that we created.” [Read more…]
I’ve added new event photos of Rooney at the 15th Gen Art Festival on April 14, 2010.
- (x006) Events In 2010: 15th Gen Art Festival – April 14
I’ve added new event photos of Rooney at the ‘A Nightmare On Elm Street’ Hollywood Premiere on April 27, 2010.
- (x056) Events In 2010: A Nightmare On Elm Street Hollywood Premiere
I’ve added new video & captures of Rooney and the casts of ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ interviewed by Collider.com.
- (x033) Interviews: Collider [Nightmare On Elm Street] 2010
I’ve added new high quality stills of Rooney Mara in ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ movie.
- (x011) A Nightmare On Elm Street (2010): Stills
I’ve added new event photos of Rooney arriving and at the ‘Nightmare On Elm Street’ Comic Con press panel on April 7, 2010.
- (x027) Events In 2010: ‘Nightmare On Elm Street’ Comic Con – April 7
Sometimes, projects are announced that leave everyone scratching their heads during the many months it takes to actually cast, film and assemble the thing. Why would Gus Van Sant want to remake “Psycho” scene-by-scene? Why would Pixar make a film about a 78-year-old man?
Ultimately, all film fans can do is put their trust in a filmmaker and hope they see something special where we might not. And currently, it’s hard to imagine a project more along these lines than the one from the director of “Fight Club” about … Facebook?
“I just finished David Fincher’s next film, ‘The Social Network,’ ” fast-rising young actress Rooney Mara (“Youth in Revolt”) said of the mysterious project. “That should be coming out in October, I think.” [Read more…]