Finally Blumhouse y Universal Pictures They made official what had been talked about for months: ¡Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 it is a fact!

From the CinemaCon 2024 panel, it was announced that the sequel to the successful Five Nights at Freddy’s It is underway and we will be able to see it in theaters in the fall of 2025repeating the month in which the first installment was released.

Jim Henson's Creature Shop is working on the animatronics for the sequel, according to reports from the producer Jason Blum.

The film adaptation of the popular horror video game hit theaters in October 2023. The film written and directed by Emma Tammi (The Wind) broke many records during its time on the big screen, including becoming the highest-grossing film in Blumhouse history in the global box office.

Prior to the great box office result, Tammi suggested, “We are excited to continue making more films in this world, if we are lucky enough to do so. This one was tied to the first game, and we would probably focus on tying the second with the second game, and so on.”

The videogame FNAF is a creation of Scott Cawthonwho worked on the development of the theatrical adaptation as producer, and co-writer with Tammi and Seth Cuddeback. Blumhouse acquired the rights in 2015, and officially launched the project in February 2018.

“Five Nights at Freddy's follows a troubled security guard as he starts working at Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. As he spends his first night on the job, he realizes that the night shift won't be so easy to get through. The objective is Try to survive five nights as a night security guard at the aforementioned pizzeria, and avoid being caught by one of the animatronics of the establishment that come to life in a place very similar to Chuck E. Cheese. Can you survive in Five Nights at Freddy's?

The main cast was made up of Josh Hutcherson as security guard Mike Schmidt, Matthew Lillard (Scream, Scooby Doo) como Steve Raglan, Elizabeth Lail (You, Countdown) as police officer Vanessa, Mary Stuart Masterson (Some Kind of Wonderful, Daniel Isn’t Real) as the villain, Piper Rubio (How We Roll) as Abby, Mike Schmidt's little sister, and Kat Conner Sterling (The Gifted, 9-1-1, The Resident) like Max.

No other details, including the plot or cast, have been revealed so far, but the first film left clear hints about where it might go next. It is unknown at this time if the sequel will also have a simultaneous release in theaters and on Peacock in the United States.


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