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Even before the first weekend of the NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET remake's release is over, its producers are already planning a follow-up. And—no surprise—it'll have an extra added dimension.
In her updated story on NIGHTMARE's box office, Nikki Finke of Deadline Hollywood reveals that Warner Bros. (parent company of distributor New Line) has a second Freddy adventure in mind, this time in 3-D. "The franchise is very much alive," a company exec told her. Interesting, given that New Line and production outfit Platinum Dunes recently scotched plans for the 3-D FRIDAY THE 13TH PART 2, and NIGHTMARE director Samuel Bayer told the Los Angeles Times last week that he resisted the studio's plans to post-convert his movie to add a third dimension. For the record, the Friday box office figure (including Thursday midnight shows) is now estimated at $15.8 million for NIGHTMARE, which is projected to take in about $35 million for the weekend.
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