It seems that in the end there will be a Five Nights at Freddy’s movie, or that at least things are moving towards the beginning of production. The truth is that the project to bring the horror video game series to the big screen has been in the air since 2015, when Warner Bros obtained the rights, which Blumhouse Productions later acquired in 2017.
Since then the tape has had two possible directors who have been falling out of the project: Gil Kenan and Chris Columbus, but both parted ways with her long ago. She has finally been the director Emma Tammywho already sat in the command chair of horror cinema with his first film The Wind (2018), and which garnered very good reviews within the genre.
The announcement has come from Jason Blumfounder of the studio, who has also assured that the props and animatronics for the creatures will be provided by the acclaimed company Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, creators of countless movie classics such as Yoda, The Dark Crystal, Inside the Labyrinth or the Neverending Story, to name a few. Some.
Filming will begin during the month of February, and at the moment the rest of the cast members or the possible release window of the film are unknown.