Three New ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ Clips & ‘Elm Street 2’ Details

Opening this Friday. Hit the jump for Platinum Dunes producer Brad Fueller on a sequel and possibilities of 3D…

“Honestly, no one’s had a conversation about a sequel at this point,” Fuller tells Bloody Disgusting in an exclusive interview. “And I think that to do so would be arrogant. At the end of the day, the sequel discussion, the right time to have that is after this movie…if this movie comes out and accomplishes what the studio wants, then we can have sequel discussion. But I can tell you that there has not been one conversation about a sequel at this point. Just because no one knows how the movie’s gonna do. We’re optimistic, and we’d love to have that conversation, but as of today it has not happened.”

“I am a fan of 3-D if the movie’s conceived as a 3-D film. I’m not a fan of 3-D if you shoot something one way, and then you try and convert it to something else. 3-D…should be an immersive experience. And in order for that experience to be fully satisfying, I think that you have to conceive of a movie that way. Our sequel to ‘Friday the 13th’ was conceived as a 3-D film. So that movie, I would love to make in 3-D. And I think that ‘Nightmare’ certainly lends itself to 3-D. But it doesn’t lend itself to 3-D after the fact. I think a conversion is 3-D after the fact.”

SOURCE: BD

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