Online leaks have seemingly delivered the Five Nights at Freddy’s debut trailer before its official release!
The viability of video game movies has increased in recent years as Hollywood appears to have finally figured out the right formula.
It will be quite a success as long as they produce a nice movie while keeping the positive aspects of the game.
After years of studios attempting to reverse-engineer the source content to be more marketable to those who are not familiar with the source games, it’s difficult to believe that it would take so long for it to get recognized, but it has.
The upcoming popular television series Five Nights at Freddy’s, which centers on deadly animatronics at a chain restaurant resembling Chuck E. Cheese, seems to be pretty accurate to the original video game.
Recently, the adaptation’s filming was completed, and it now seems that a trailer will soon be available. A leaked version of the Five Nights at Freddy’s trailer may be seen online already, however.
It has Josh Hutcherson’s character watching over the security cameras at the name-brand restaurant. Sadly, it appears that’s precisely what occurs when the animatronics spring to life and start scaring everyone inside and outside the family friendly establishment.
Additionally, we see other sequences that take place outside of the restaurant, indicating the drama in the film will go beyond Freddy’s.
In order to avoid any spoilers and stay fair to the creators, the leak is not made available here but if you would rather watch it before the official drop, you can easily find it all over the internet.
Right now, it appears like the movie will be quite true to its inspiration and offer a lot of enjoyable, campy spooks.
It’s unknown whether this will be rated R or if a PG-13 version will be made in an effort to appeal to a wider audience, but in either case, it appears that the series’ trademark suspense and fear will be maintained.
We should not have to wait too long to see the complete, trailer in HB quality so look forward to that!