Fact: The house featured in 1984 horror movie A Nightmare On Elm Street is up for sale. Buyers can pick up the house in West Hollywood for $2.1 million (£1.3 million). It served as the location where Freddy Krueger tormented a group of high school pals in the slasher classic.
Quote: "I could’ve probably done another Freddy or two, but... I’m almost too old to go out there and do the stunts and stuff. I can do a couple of takes, but then I wake up the next morning and feel like I’ve been playing football. I can barely get out of bed." A Nightmare On Elm Street's original Freddy Krueger, Robert Englund is glad the film franchise ended when it did.
Quote: "I don't know how I'm going to watch it... I'm scared to death. I don't like being scared. I don't like horror movies. I don't like having anything to do with horror movies. I don't know what I was thinking." A Nightmare On Elm Street actress Connie Britton is too scared to watch her performance in the re-imagining of the iconic horror film.
Fact: The house that featured in the 1984 horror film A Nightmare On Elm Street is up for sale in Los Angeles. The four-bedroom, three-and-half-bathroom home is located on a leafy street in Hollywood and is on the market for $1,095,000 (GBP608,000).