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The folks at a new movie website called We Are Movie Geeks have the first photo of Jackie Earle Haley as Freddy. The photo looks good but I’m still against the entire concept of remaking one of my favorite horror films – Nightmare on Elm Street. Can’t Hollywood Come up with something new?
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