Jul 25, 2023

Five Nights at Freddy's Trailer 2 Introduces One Killer Cupcake




This Halloween, Universal and Blumhouse bring Five Nights at Freddy’s to the big screen for the very first time, and a brand new official trailer has debuted this afternoon.

Universal Pictures will release Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s in theaters and on Peacock beginning Friday, October 27, 2023, and you can watch the new trailer below.

This latest trailer is home to some brand new footage from the upcoming movie, introducing Foxy, Bonnie, Chica, Freddy, and their collective lust for blood and mayhem.

The terrifying horror game phenomenon becomes a blood-chilling cinematic event, as Blumhouse— the producer of M3GAN, The Black Phone and The Invisible Man— brings Five Nights at Freddy’s to the big screen this Halloween season.

In the film, “a troubled security guard begins working at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza. While spending his first night on the job, he realizes the night shift at Freddy’s won’t be so easy to make it through.”

Five Nights at Freddy’s is directed by Emma Tammi (The Wind, Blood Moon) and is written by Scott Cawthon, Emma Tammi and Seth Cuddeback.

The film stars Josh Hutcherson (Ultraman, The Hunger Games franchise), Matthew Lillard (Good Girls, Scream), Elizabeth Lail (You, Mack & Rita), Kat Conner Sterling (We Have A Ghost, 9-1-1), Piper Rubio (Holly & Ivy, Unstable) and Mary Stuart Masterson (Blindspot, Fried Green Tomatoes).

Jim Henson’s Creature Shop is handling the iconic monster animatronics.

Tammi, Scott Cawthon, and Seth Cuddeback wrote the screenplay for Five Nights at Freddy’s. Blumhouse is producing the film in association with Striker Entertainment. Scott Cawthon and Jason Blum will produce the film. Russell Binder and Marc Mostman also produce.

Five Nights at Freddy’s is a horror video game series in which you must survive the titular five nights at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza from the dangers of animatronic characters.

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You can’t talk about the history of horror without talking about Hammer Horror, with Hammer Film Productions over the years releasing countless classics including their own takes on iconic monsters such as Dracula, Frankenstein, and The Mummy, and their movies solidifying the likes of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing as true icons in the horror genre.

Variety reports this morning that British theater producer John Gore has acquired Hammer Films and Studios, and he’ll lead a new team aiming to revitalize the legendary brand.

“Under Gore’s management, the plan is to invest significantly in Hammer Films to breathe new life into the studio, blending the nostalgic charm of Hammer with modern cinematic style and innovation, while preserving its heritage and library,” Variety’s exclusive report details. “A new slate of films and projects will be unveiled imminently.”

First up is the Eddie Izzard-starring Doctor Jekyll, set for release later this year.

New owner John Gore said in a statement:

“Ever since I was a young boy, I’ve been enchanted by the magic of Hammer Films. Its stories, its characters and its unique place in British heritage and cinema have been a source of inspiration and wonder. Today, as I stand at the helm of this iconic studio, my commitment is twofold: to celebrate and preserve the unmatched legacy of Hammer and to usher in a new era of storytelling that captivates audiences worldwide. With significant investment and a fresh creative vision, we will ensure that the spirit of Hammer not only endures but thrives in the modern age.”

Bloody Disgusting’s Paul Farrell provides a brief company overview in the opening of his monthly column Hammer Factory, “While Hammer Studios has been in business since 1934, it was between 1955 and 1979 that it towered as one of the premier sources of edgy, gothic horror. On top of ushering the famous monsters of Universal’s horror heyday back into the public eye, resurrecting the likes of Frankenstein, Dracula and the Mummy in vivid color, the studio invited performers like Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Ingrid Pitt and so many more to step into the genre limelight. Spanning a library housing over 300 films, Hammer Studios is a key part of horror history that until recently has been far too difficult to track down.”

Five Nights at Freddy’sEmma TammiScott CawthonSeth CuddebackJosh HutchersonMatthew LillardElizabeth LailKat Conner SterlingPiper RubioMary Stuart MastersonJim Henson’s Creature Shopthe plan is to invest significantly in Hammer Films to breathe new life into the studioA new slate of films and projects will be unveiled imminently Eddie IzzardDoctor Jekyll