Blumhouse announced changes to the release schedule of its horror film projects.

The first of them is the sequel Five Nights at Freddy’s 2which is not being changed in date, but rather setting as release date December 5, 2025. The first delivery, Five Nights at Freddy’s It holds the record as Blumhouse's highest-grossing film of all time. Emma Tammi will return to direct the new installment.

Those that are receiving new release dates are the sequels M3GAN 2.0y The Black Phone 2.

First, M3GAN 2.0 is delayed by June 27, 2025; Previously it would premiere on May 16, 2025. Allison Williams y Violet McGraw will resume their leading roles, with Akela Cooper returning as screenwriter, and James Wan as a producer.

And finally, The Black Phone 2 is delayed by October 17, 2025instead of June 27, 2025.

Ethan Hawke will reprise his role as the villain The Grabber, with Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Daviesy Miguel Mora back in the main cast. Scott Derrickson y C. Robert Cargill They will script and produce the sequel.

Fuente: Bloody Disgusting.

We share the synopses of the original deliveries below.

In FNAF (2023):

“After accepting a security guard job from Steve (Matthew Lillard), Mike (Josh Hutcherson) discovers that an abandoned restaurant may be haunted by murderous animatronics.”

In M3GAN (2023):

“A robotics engineer (Williams) from a toy company builds a realistic doll that begins to take on a life of its own.”

In The Black Phone (2021):

“After being kidnapped by a child killer and locked in a soundproof basement, a thirteen-year-old boy begins receiving calls from a disconnected phone from the killer's previous victims.”


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