The "Five Nights at Freddy's" movie is one of the anticipated adaptations to hit the big screens. Unfortunately, after another year of waiting, "FNAF" creator Scott Cawthon admitted that it is unlikely to see the film anytime soon as it is now back to square one.
According to iDigitalTimes, the "Five Nights at Freddy's" movie news was teased last September. Many are expecting to hear good news about the progress of the film but on Scott Cawthon's recent post, "FNAF" fans were left disappointed.
The brain behind the most popular horror-survival game updated his followers about the film. Based on Cawthon's post, the movie has no progress but it is still in development.
"The reality is that last year the FNaF movie was met with several delays and roadblocks, some involving problems within the movie industry as a whole," Scott Cawthon wrote on Steam. "As a result, as of right now, the movie is back at square one. "
The "Five Nights at Freddy's" film was first announced in 2015. In fact, the Hollywood Reporter noted that it is already out to the writers. Cawthon even teased that the upcoming film will cover the unexplored niche of the horror game.
"FNAF" fans are disappointed with the update especially that most are already very excited to see the animatronics on the big screens. However, Scott Cawthon guarantees that this is not bad news.
According to him, it might sound bad because the movie is in the first stage again but it's good because he will be involved from day one moving forward. He will also make sure that the production develops the right movie. He wants the film to be something exciting for the "FNAF" fanbase.
The "Monster House" director Gil Kenan will helm the film. Adam Stone and Jay Ireland will exec produce. Meanwhile, the trio Roy Lee, Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg will produce the "FNAF" adaptation.
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