"Friday Nights At Freddy's" film director Gil Kenan is planning to keep the new movie real by involving Scott Cawthon, "FNAF" game maker, in the process. Additionally, News Everyday learned that he may use animatronics, rather than computer-generated graphics to make the characters more authentic and human.
The "Poltergeist" director admitted that he was a fan of the "FNAF" storyline. However, as per the article posted on The Christian Post, he admitted that the adaptation of "Five Nights At Freddy's" will have a new plot that will traverse the game's other dimension.
There are no official statements yet on the characters that will make it to the film adaptation. Although, many are speculating that other than Freddy Fazbear, Chica and Bonnie may make an appearance.
Although, the snap didn't really say it's connected with "Friday Nights At Freddy's," diehards might have recognized its relevance to the new project of Warner Bros.
Foxy's favorite hideout was behind the Pirate's Cove. In the snap, the sheet was colored red and black, while it was purple in the game. However, according to Design&Trend, certain changes can be executed in the movie.
Will Foxy join the "FNAF" movie? The answer to that still remains to be seen.
Before the decision was finalized that there will be a film adaptation, under Warner Bros., for "FNAF," the game already took in a lot of criticism. Sure enough, you cannot satisfy everybody.
In response to the game's bashers, he posted an open letter. A part of it said that it was difficult that people were disliking you because you have found success.
Indeed, "FNAF" found its success. Brandon Sun reported that "Five Nights At Freddy's 4" got the number one spot in paid iPhone and iPad game apps in Canada for week ending in Aug.16, while the first of its franchise landed in the 10th spot for iPhone and 8th spot for iPad.
"Five Nights At Freddy's" is "in development," as per IMDb. No release date has been officially announced.