/Film chatted with the helmer recently, and he states that even if the film does well, he'd not return for a second installment. Instead, he tells the site, "I really hope the film does well. I will not be involved in a sequel...I don't want to have my next movie be a horror movie. I'm already looking at stuff and I think I'm probably going to do a– it might be an action movie, or there's a comic book they want to make into a film I'm very attracted to. But I think I'm going to move on and let someone else handle the next one, and it'll be great."
What does this mean? Maybe nothing. Platinum Dunes still hasn't gotten the Friday the 13th reboot sequel off the ground, and they've been trying to do that for over a year. However, should Freddy score a second outing, it appears as though there will a different guy calling the shots from behind the camera. That could be a bad thing, since the most impressive part of the Elm Street clips for me has been Bayer's visual style.
A Nightmare on Elm Street aims to make sure you never sleep again on April 30th.