Producer Brad Fuller published his first update about A Nightmare on Elm Street on his blog, and included this picture of the Springwood Police cruiser. Check out what he had to say about the film's progress below.
So last night was one that I won't forget. We've been shooting in Chicago for two weeks and I've got some great stories to tell, but last night was the first time we filmed Freddy - the first time that we saw Jackie with all his wardrobe and make-up.
It was insane.
Jackie is playing to role with incredible intensity. His Freddy doesn't tell jokes, he is simply terrifying. His make-up is so awesome - obviously there will be elements that you all know so well, but there have been advances in make-up and he truly looks like a burn victim.
It is challenging to have a normal conversation with him because he looks so scary. And if that's not enough, he talks with his hands a lot and at one point he pointed to me with the glove and it was terrifying.
Today we are shooting in a prison. It's not my first time in a prison, but fortunately every time I've been in one it is because we are shooting there. It's always weird though.
The picture you see below is of one of our Springwood police cars and was taken on Friday night when we were shooting a scene when a couple police cars converge on a house.