‘Five Nights At Freddy’s’ Movie Director Teases Crying Child; Promises ‘Terrifying’ Movie Adaptation
“Five Nights At Freddy’s” movie director Gil Kenan has shared a number of teasers to show his development on the Scott Cawthon Warner Bros. film. Read on for more details.
The first photo shows “a crying child can be seen, seated on the lap of a rather unsettling suited bunny.” In regards to “Five Nights At Freddy’s,” the graphic has the most importance when it comes to the game franchise’s most recent film.
According to the horror-filled story, players are told story of a child who is scared and terrified at a kid-friendly restaurant by the animatronic characters. One of the robots, which in turn will show the different sides of the plot that will unfold in the future, later attacks the little boy.
The upcoming “Five Nights at Freddy’s” movie is going to stay faithful to the game’s storyline. According to Venture Capital Post, Gil Kenan revealed that he is a huge fan of Scott’s popular game. To make the movie more terrifying, the director is considering to use real animatronics instead of using CGI. Gil thinks that using all the practical effects would make the film scarier.
Only a year ago, “Five Nights At Freddy’s” mobile and PC game was released. Since then, Scott Cawthon, the creator of the game has made three more sequels and gained a cult following. According to the recent reports, “Five Nights At Freddy’s 4” is going to receive a free horror update on this Halloween.
These recent updates are sure hinting towards a great movie setup for “Five Nights At Freddy’s”!