Freddy vs. Jason:MTV.com has done a huge article entitled 'A Match Made In Hell' on the upcoming battle of the century between child molesting, scar faced dream killer, Freddy Krueger, and ax wielding, hockey mask sporting maniac, Jason Vorhees!
In an interview with both Kelly Rowlands of Destiny's Child, who plays 'Kia' in the film, and Freddy Krueger himself, Robert Englund, some juicy bits have come out of the interview...including an official plotline!
Take a look at what Englund had to say:
"Freddy's trying to regenerate himself and he's using Jason to instill fear in the relatives of the offspring of the original Elm Street vigilantes," he said. "Freddy needs to manipulate Jason, and when he's in the dreams he can. What happens is that Freddy creates a Frankenstein. ... Freddy kind of spoils him, gives him a little too much dog food and he kind of turns on his master. And that's the gist of the plot."
"[It's] a metaphor about how easy it is to medicate society these days," Englund said, chewing on his spectacles. "And it's discovered that people need to dream. ... Freddy's at loose ends to get people afraid of him anymore, [because] if you don't dream, Freddy can't hurt you."
Englund on the logistics of making this movie...finally.
"I always thought the real trick of Freddy vs. Jason [is that] you had to get into Jason's nightmares. We've got to see what makes Jason tick," Englund offered. "In this movie we get in there. And Freddy's walking around in there, getting his feet dirty. And it's pretty sick stuff."
Here Englund spills the beans on a few scenes in the movie:
Lights are flashing, techno's pumping and girls are wearing very little. That familiar "choo-choo, ha-ha" whisper is heard as Jason appears on the dance floor. Opting not to cut a rug, he cuts the rave party short instead, hacking apart the kids and halving the keg with his machete.
It also seems from the interview that Freddy vs. Jason will feature some back story on the life before his death.
"It's what Freddy was doing [in the boiler room] before they threw the Molotov cocktails. I'm also going to do this scene right when he gets off with the hung jury, when my lawyer gets me off. I'm trying to get a suit for Freddy. I see him as being kind of like a rockabilly Lee Harvey Oswald."
CLICK HERE for a video interview with Kelly Rowlands & photos of Robert Englund transforming into Freddy!
CLICK HERE for a video interview with Robert Englund & a photos from the set of the boiler room!
CLICK HERE for 2 video interview clips with Robert Englund, including a clip where Englund talks about this movie being a "heavy metal, speed-punk dose of horror icons"!
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