The film adaptation of the best-selling children’s book by James Patterson and Joe Hill, The Nightmare on the Elm Street franchise, is coming to theaters on August 12.
The sequel will have two main features: a “dream sequence” and a more traditional ending.
The film’s story takes place in the 1980s, but with a cast that includes Tom Cruise, Angela Bassett, and other high-profile Hollywood celebrities.
The movie will be directed by Robert Rodriguez, who was recently confirmed to direct the upcoming Star Wars: The Force Awakens sequel, The Last Jedi.
According to a press release, the film will also feature a “great deal of brand new content” from the “world’s most successful horror franchise,” The Nightmare.
But while there will be new characters, many of the same monsters will still be in place.
The main plot will be set in the 1970s, and the sequel will feature a similar premise to the first movie.
But unlike the first film, the sequel is not set in an asylum or a haunted house.
Instead, it’s set in a neighborhood where an abandoned house that once belonged to a famous character has been transformed into a home for the supernatural.
It will also be the first Hollywood feature to feature an all-female cast.
The release date for the movie was not announced.
It’s the first time a Hollywood film has made it to the big screen in 20 years, and it will mark the debut of The Nightmare’s second feature, which will feature the original cast members from the first book.
The Dream Sequence The film will be released on DVD and Blu-ray and will also include a brand new dream sequence.
According the release, this will be a “story that will change the way you think about The Nightmare.”
It’s set during the mid-80s and will take place in a house called the “Dream Suite,” where a young boy named Sam is trying to escape his life as a child killer.
The dream sequence is set to begin with Sam entering the Dream Suite and seeing a woman named Lisa sitting on a sofa.
The two begin talking and Lisa tells Sam that she is not his mother.
Sam asks her to leave and she tells him that he should never leave.
The young boy then wakes up and realizes that his mother is nowhere to be found.
The sequence will then reveal that Lisa is actually a child who has been turned into a monster.
After hearing Lisa’s story, Sam becomes obsessed with the possibility that Lisa might be his mother, and that she might have been turned in by her own parents.
The boy becomes convinced that she must have been a monster and he begins killing people.
Lisa tells him she wants to leave him, and he tries to fight her off by pulling a knife on her.
But the knife catches on fire and he is taken away by Lisa.
She takes Sam back to her home, where he discovers that she has a pet cat named Lola.
After Sam kills Lola, he discovers the “dream suite” that Lisa had been talking about, and a mysterious creature named “the witch” (aka Lola’s mother) appears before him.
The witch tells Sam to find Lola and save her.
The Witch asks him if he can get rid of her, but Sam tells her that he can’t and she’s afraid to leave her.
She tells him to go find her and then the witch disappears.
Sam takes Lola to her house, where she starts to tell him about what happened to her and Lisa.
Sam decides to go and confront the witch, but he quickly realizes that she’s not his father.
The woman says that she can see him, but doesn’t tell him the truth.
The only thing she tells Sam is that she loves him and that he’s always there for her.
Sam goes back to the witch and tells her to come back and tell him what happened.
She starts to scream, but the witch ignores her and tells Sam, “I’m your father, Sam.”
The Witch, meanwhile, is getting ready to kill Lola when Sam spots her and calls her name.
He tells her about what has happened to Lola but she doesn’t believe him.
She then tells Sam the truth about her family.
The girl tells Sam about how she and her mother left the house and where she was taken to.
The other witch tells him, “It’s been five days.
They’ll never be the same again.”
The movie also includes a brand-new musical number that will include Tom Cruise as Lola Bell and Angie Bassett as Lisa.
The original cast also stars Angela Bassetti, Tom Wilkinson, John Malkovich, James Marsden, and Jessica Lange.
The studio also released a trailer for the film on Wednesday, August 13.
A spokesperson for Paramount Pictures told The Hollywood Reporter that the studio is still waiting on a distribution agreement for the sequel.