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Five Nights at Freddy?s; Game to Movie Adaptation

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Image source, Steam; Credit goes to the makers

Scary animatronics and jump scares; that’s what you can expect in the movie adaptation of the game Five Nights at Freddy’s

Five Nights at Freddy?s is an indie horror game famous for its creepy and yet adorable animatronics. It is a computer game that you will either love or hate. It has jump scares, a dark story, a dark environment and creepy, possessed, animatronics that are out to get you.

The controls of FNaF are pretty straight forward, you just point and click your mouse and that?s it. That may sound easy and all that but it?s not. The only ways you can protect yourself is by closing the doors and monitor the movements of the robotic animals through the security camera. Although, you might want to go easy when closing the door, you don?t want to run out of electric power because this is the only defense you have against those evil robots. You can?t move, run, scream or call for help. To top it all off, you must sit through the whole thing until the sun rises?and do it again the next day!

If you think about it, this game is actually quite scary. However, it doesn?t end there just yet. Recent news suggests that Five Nights at Freddy?s is now coming to the big screen!

Five Nights at Freddy?s movie adaptation, more jump scares to watch out for

THR reports that the IP is now in the works for a movie adaptation. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Warner Bros. just recently picked up the rights for the IP series created by Scott Cawthon.

?We?re looking forward to working with Scott to make an insane, terrifying and weirdly adorable movie,? said Seth Grahame-Smith, one of the producers of the game to movie adaptation of Five Nights at Freddy?s (Via THR).

The film is going to be produced by Roy Lee of Vertigo Entertainment along with Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg of KatzSmith Productions with Warner Bros. as the lead producer, according to?Kotaku. The production is still at its earliest stage and the project has been put out to the writers.

Image source?Steam;?Credit goes to the owners

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