History Trivia / ANightmareOnElmStreet4TheDreamMaster

21st May '16 3:10:49 AM erforce
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* TheOtherDarrin: Patricia Arquette, who played Kristen in the previous film, gets replaced by Tuesday Knight in this one. Depending on who you ask, either Arquette was pregnant, she asked for too much money, or director Renny Harlin just didn't like her.

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* TheOtherDarrin: Patricia Arquette, who played Kristen in the previous film, gets replaced by Tuesday Knight in this one. Depending on who you ask, either Arquette was pregnant, she asked for too much money, or director Renny Harlin Creator/RennyHarlin just didn't like her.
16th Apr '16 5:53:26 PM AfroThunder
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** Music/DJJazzyJeffAndTheFreshPrince's song "A Nightmare On My Street" was recorded for the film, but was rejected by the producers. Creator/WillSmith and Jazzy Jeff released it anyway on their album ''He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper'' and as a single, reaching #12 on the Billboard ''Hot 100''. [[ScrewedByTheLawyers A messy legal battle with New Line Cinema over the song's release]] (The single being release the same time the movie was) forced the duo to destroy the tapes of a music video for the single and disclaimers disassociating the song from the ''Elm Street'' franchise were hastily added onto vinyl pressings of the single.

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** Music/DJJazzyJeffAndTheFreshPrince's song "A Nightmare On My Street" was recorded for the film, but was rejected by the producers. Creator/WillSmith and Jazzy Jeff released it anyway on their album ''He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper'' and as a single, reaching #12 on the Billboard ''Hot 100''. [[ScrewedByTheLawyers A messy legal battle with New Line Cinema over the song's release]] (The single being release released the same time the movie was) forced the duo to destroy the tapes of a music video for the single and disclaimers disassociating the song from the ''Elm Street'' franchise were hastily added onto vinyl pressings of the single.
16th Apr '16 5:52:52 PM AfroThunder
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** Music/DJJazzyJeffAndTheFreshPrince's song "A Nightmare On My Street" was recorded for the film film, but was rejected by the producers. Creator/WillSmith and Jazzy Jeff released it anyway on their album ''He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper'' and as a single, reaching #12 on the Billboard ''Hot 100''. [[ScrewedByTheLawyers A messy legal battle with New Line Cinema over the song's release]] (The single being release the same time the movie was) forced the duo to destroy the tapes of a music video for the single and disclaimers disassociating the song from the ''Elm Street'' franchise were hastily added onto vinyl pressings of the single.

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** Music/DJJazzyJeffAndTheFreshPrince's song "A Nightmare On My Street" was recorded for the film film, but was rejected by the producers. Creator/WillSmith and Jazzy Jeff released it anyway on their album ''He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper'' and as a single, reaching #12 on the Billboard ''Hot 100''. [[ScrewedByTheLawyers A messy legal battle with New Line Cinema over the song's release]] (The single being release the same time the movie was) forced the duo to destroy the tapes of a music video for the single and disclaimers disassociating the song from the ''Elm Street'' franchise were hastily added onto vinyl pressings of the single.
16th Apr '16 5:52:07 PM AfroThunder
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** Music/DJJazzyJeffAndTheFreshPrince's song "A Nightmare On My Street" was recorded for the film film, but was rejected by the producers. Creator/WillSmith and Jazzy Jeff released it anyway on their album ''He's The DJ, I'm The Rapper'' and as a single, reaching #12 on the Billboard ''Hot 100''. [[ScrewedByTheLawyers A messy legal battle with New Line Cinema over the song's release]] (The single being release the same time the movie was) forced the duo to destroy the tapes of a music video for the single and disclaimers disassociating the song from the ''Elm Street'' franchise were hastily added onto vinyl pressings of the single.
27th Jan '16 7:45:08 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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** In one of the earlier drafts for the film, Rick and Alice were twins, and Rick was supposed to live.

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** In one of the earlier drafts for of the film, Rick and Alice were twins, and Rick was [[spoiler:was supposed to live.live]].
1st Nov '15 12:36:52 AM SheldonDinkleburg
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* HollywoodHomely: Enforced. Lisa Wilcox was initially passed over as Alice because she was considered too good-looking for the role, so she intentionally made herself look less flattering.
11th Jun '15 9:18:50 AM Jackie-Chaos-Bunny
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** In one of the earlier drafts for the film, Rick and Alice were twins, and Rick was supposed to live.
16th Apr '14 1:46:22 AM OlfinBedwere
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* TheOtherDarrin: Patricia Arquette, who played Kristen in the previous film, gets replaced by Tuesday Knight in this one. Depending on who you ask, either Arquette was pregnant, she asked for too much money, or director Renny Harlin just didn't like her.
3rd Mar '13 4:17:59 AM Morgenthaler
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the early concepts for the film was something involving "traveling through dreams".

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One of the early concepts for the film was something involving "traveling through dreams".
20th Sep '12 9:37:56 AM erforce
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the concepts for the film was "traveling through dreams".

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: One of the early concepts for the film was something involving "traveling through dreams".
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