Gil Kenan continues to bang the “Five Nights at Freddy’s” hype machine. Read on to learn further about the details.
The “Poltergeist” director recently unveiled a couple of photos in his Twitter account. The update gave the fans more reason to be more pumped-up for the live movie adaptation.
This mounting interest comes from a previous report from this website via Deadline that the 38-year-old director will employ live animatronics for Scott Cawthon’s point and click horror survival game.
Kenan’s separate posts displayed an assembly of molded upper body parts that closely resembles a human set piece. There was also a zoomed in image which was aptly tagged with the words, “let’s celebrate decay k?” as it featured a spoiled gum with lots of bacteria growth.
According to a report from Ecumenical News, the real-life effects for the live version will be crafted by the Jim Henson Creature Shop. This insight further bolstered the attraction on the upcoming movie based on Cawthon’s video game.
Kenan, who is an avid fan of “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” also added that the narrative goes beyond the spectrum of the game as they want to reel in a new set of fans for the movie. However, despite all these promotions over the past few weeks, the director and Warner Bros. who greenlit the adaptation have all been mum about the cast for the movie.
“Five Nights at Freddy’s” video game was initially circulated at first by Cawthon to IndieDB over a year ago. Due to an immense public approval, he then followed it with a submission to Desura and Steam Greenlight.
Kenan co-wrote the screenplay for “Five Nights at Freddy’s” with Tyler Burton Smith.
Photo Source: Twitter/Gil Kenan Official