Heather Langenkamp, the star in the horror film ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’ (1984), would love a sequel to play, as it reveals filmsite Screen Rant. Now slashers became popular again in Hollywood, the hype surrounding the horror film ‘Halloween’ – a sequel to the eponymous film from 1978 – a exponent, want to Langenkamp are happy on the cart jump.
Is Nancy Thompson again soon face to face with Freddy Krueger on the big screen? The 54-year-old Langenkamp is for sure. In an interview with the magazine Entertainment Weekly puts the actress and her enthusiasm is not under the chairs or benches: “I’m sitting here as the screaming girl from horror movies, hoping that the franchise is revived again”, sounds the. “A lot of older actresses who used to be in horror movies have played, cherishing the hope to ever be in a new version of the film to play their career in their early years was launched.”
Langenkamp has a point, because a lot of the actors and actresses on the age made in the course of history, their comeback in a new version of the film that they were originally brought success. Returned Neve Campbell in 2011 after ten years back as Sidney Prescott in ‘Scream 4’ and made Anthony Perkins in 1983, re-appeared in the ‘Psycho’series as Norman Bates, 23 years after the original ‘Psycho’.
Wes Craven wrote and directed “A Nightmare on Elm Street’ in 1984. The horror movie, in which Freddy Krueger (Robert Englund) a group of teenagers harass and kills them in their dreams, grew up to be a classic in the genre.