nightmaremakeup

Back in June, I had a chance to visit the set of Platinum Dunes remake of A Nightmare on Elm Street with a group of online journalists. This week we will be publishing the interviews we conducted on the set of the movie. After the jump you can read our interview with special effects make-up artist Andrew Clement, whose 24-year career in Hollywood spans The Princess Bride to Army of Darkness to Blade to Spider-Man 3 to Cloverfield to Star Trek. In Nightmare, Clement’s job was to reinvent Freddy’s appearance as a less cartoonish, more real-life burn victim. Read the interview, after the jump.

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