ATH: Robert, You have been in the business for many years now and your success has mostly come from playing Freddy, will there ever be a time when you decide to hang up the razor glove?
RE: When they stop hiring me.
ATH: Of all the actors you have worked with, who have you enjoyed working with the most?
RE: Henry Fonda
ATH: You once did a cameo on the popular show Charmed. How was that experience? Would you work with them again?
RE: My Halloween gig for the fans. Who wouldn't like working with 3 beautiful women.
ATH: Were you disappointed about not working with Kane Hoddar in the upcoming Freddy Vs Jason (F Vs J) flick?
RE: Kane is a friend, I think he was disappointed that the director wanted someone taller.
ATH: Tell us a little about what we the fans can expect from F Vs J.
RE: One part Monty Python, one part road Runner cartoon, one part rock and roll.
ATH: Tell us a little about the upcoming 2001 Maniacs, in what ways is it going to be better than the original? What's going to be new and fresh about it?
RE: Hasn't been shot yet, I have not seen a script.
ATH: Can we expect another Freddy sequel if F Vs J does well?
RE: There are rumors of a prequal.
ATH: Would you consider doing a return of Freddy to Television upon the success of F Vs J?
RE: No interest.
ATH: What other projects are you currently working on (besides 2001 Maniacs and Land of Canaan)?
RE: (Which I am not currently working on.) Three or four more hours of V for network.
ATH: Robert, you are by far one of the greatest horror Icons of the past two decades, however you have done a lot of non-horror work. Does it bother you that most of your fans would rather have you sign a Nightmare on Elm St. poster before a Phantom of the Opera?
RE: It would bother me if fans stopped asking for autographs all together.
ATH: Which was your favorite Nightmare movie to work on?
RE: #7 because it was a cast reunion.
ATH: Which movie has been your all time favorite to work on?
RE: My roles are like children. I can't pick one above another.
ATH: For actors that are just starting, what do you recommend for getting into Hollywood?
RE: Act. Do regional theater.
ATH: What character would you most like to play?
RE: Iago in Othello.
ATH: Good answer! That's a role I'd pay to see you in!
ATH: How many times have fans written to you asking if you own the Freddy Glove?
RE: I don't know.
ATH: What is your favorite horror movie of all time?
RE: Classic: The Innocents, current: May
ATH: What do you think today's horror could use?
RE: More suspense, less FX
ATH: You have played almost every type of role. Is there any role that you cannot or would not play?
ATH: What made you decide to sign on to Land of Cannan and what is it about?
RE: Didn't make the movie. IMDB is wrong and I have tried to correct it.
ATH: Is there anything special that you did to prepare for the role of Freddy Krueger?
RE: Four hours in the make-up chair helps me get in character.
ATH: What did you like and dislike the most about playing Freddy?
RE: The make-up
ATH: Are there any movies that you regret doing? If so, What?
ATH: Who are the best directors you have ever worked with?
RE: Bob Raffelson, Wes Craven, Dan Petrie, Robert Mulligan
ATH: What can we expect of Robert Englund in the future?
RE: Less hair, more European movies
ATH: What was the best career decision you have ever made?
RE: Leaving the theater to come back to Hollywood
ATH: You have made a career of striking fear into the hearts of children and adults, That's gotta feel good!
RE: Is that a question?
ATH: No, I guess it's more of an observation.
ATH: What charitable organizations do you promote and lend your name to?
ATH: What other causes do you believe in?
RE: Protecting the environment, ZPG
ATH: What do your hobbies include?
RE: Reading, travel, surfing, body boarding
ATH: What, if any, sports do you like?
RE: Surfing, baseball
ATH: What are you a fan of?
RE: Contemporary fiction, travel
ATH: Have you ever considered writing a book, if so what would it be about?
RE: My memories of my life in movies
ATH:(IMDB shows) Your parent's last name is McDonald. Is Englund a stage name?
RE: My father's last name is Englund
ATH: What advice do you have to give to your fans?
RE: Read a lot, use spellcheck.
ATH: In 100 years, how would you like to be remembered?
RE: I showed up on time, knew my lines and was never stuck in traffic.
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