After Five Nights At Freddy’s movie has been confirmed, fans are now in need of more details. It has gone too much that some even claimed to have found the creator’s address. They are said to use the information for getting more details.
Fans of Five Nights At Freddy’s on Steam were ready to protect series creator Scott Cawthon. This was after some of the fans have claimed that they know Cawthon’s address. With the information, it is believed these fans will most likely be coming to his home and ask him for details about the upcoming movie. Of course, the other fans were concerned about the safety of Cawthon as the information is on the Internet. Also, it is possible that Cawthon’s privacy has been violated.
However, in a Steam discussion thread, Cawthon has already denied the idea of him getting stalked. According to The Bitbag, the Five Nights At Freddy‘s creator said they might have acquired the wrong address. He has also urged his fans to be more productive than trying to get his personal information.
All the trouble has been the cause of the seemingly little details about the Five Nights At Freddy’s Movie. Gil Kenan who is the director has not yet added any more information other than the ones he did post. This has led some fans to be worried that the movie will not be released.
The movie will be an adaptation that is inspired by the FNaF game series. It is an indie survival horror game where players click through the scene and try to find ways to defend the character they are playing. The game usually revolves around a security guard of a pizza place trying to survive the nights from animatronic animal characters. Although these characters may look fun, they are bound to kill the main character.
The game was released in August 2014. Since then, it has acquired a great following because of its exciting and mind-boggling gameplay. Due to its popularity, a Five Nights at Freddy’s movie was announced.
A new game will be released as well as a novel by Scott Cawthon, which may take the creator’s time before the movie.
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