‘FNAF’ Director Gil Kenan Continues To Tease Fans With A Possible Bonnie Appearance?

By Lex Lopez | 1 year ago
‘FNAF’ Director Gil Kenan Continues To Tease Fans With A Possible Bonnie Appearance?

Director Gil Kenan ardently carries on with his social media advertising machine for the upcoming video-to-movie adaptation of “Five Nights at Freddy’s.” Read on.

The 38-year-old London-native showcased another teaser to “Five Nights at Freddy’s fans according to Design and Trend via Vine Report.


This time around it was an image of a sobbing toddler parking himself on the lap of an individual dressed eerily as a rabbit mascot. Fanatics to the point-and-click video game will easily deduce that this unsettling bunny can no other than be lavender-colored Bonnie, one of the four major antagonists of the Scott Cawthon created the video game.

The mythos of “Five Nights at Freddy’s” encapsulates a party of kids drawn in by a mysterious entity who murders them one by one. These lost souls became to inhibit the robots of Freddy Fazbear’s diner and began a murdering spree of their own for vengeance.

However, another point to be taken with the upload could also mean an allusion to a story arc of the video game series. Ie connotes that the child’s expression of grief could also mean his ongoing predicament of being relentlessly attacked by the animatronics inside the diner.

The “Monster House” director have not officially confirmed the appearances of other notable characters from the video game such as Freddy, Foxy, Chicha and Fredbear/Golden Fredd, but has mentioned them to make an appearace as cited on Design and Trend. Fans have been also delighted that the Jim Henson Creature Shop will be spearheading the real-life effects of the live-version of “Five Nights at Freddy’s.” Kenan has been implicit that the adaptation will be using live animatronics instead of the today’s current CGI trend.

To parallel with these recent advancement in the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” lore, frontrunner Cawthon revealed via a Jobs & Hire that he is already closing the deal with a much wider in scope fifth episode of the “Five Night at Freddy” franchise. The progress though is taking a different approach as “FNAF” will be tackled in an RPG setting with the previous characters from the current installments taking on a playable option.

Photo Source: Youtube Official Five Night at Freddy’s