Five Nights At Freddy’s Movie Finally Starts Filming

Five Nights At Freddy’s Movie Finally Starts Filming

Filming for Five Nights at Freddy’s has finally begun. Jason Blum, the director of the Blumhouse film studio, tweeted that February 1 was the first day of production for the long-awaited film.

It appears the film has the working title “Bad Cupcake” as seen on the clapperboard. The film is filming in New Orleans and will run until April 6, according to a post on the Film New Orleans website.

The FNAF movie is directed by Emma Tammi (The Wind, Into the Dark) from a script by Tammi, game creator Scott Cawthon and Seth Cuddeback (Mateo).

It stars Matthew Lillard (Scooby-Doo, The Descendants) and Josh Hutcherson (Hunger Games, Future Man), with Jim Henderson’s Creature Shop working on the spooky animatronics.

Blumhouse is the production company behind many popular horror movies, including Get Out, Insidious, and Halloween. The FNAF movie has been in the works for a long time, and Chris Columbus (Home Alone, Harry Potter) was originally attached to direct.

Cawthon was very protective of the Five Nights at Freddy’s movie and took a lot of time to make sure the movie was done right.

“I’m determined to find the right story,” he said in 2018. “I stick to what I’ve always said: either the right movie gets made or no movie gets made. If that means I have to start more than ten times, then that’s what I’ll do. The good thing is that each attempt gets better and better, in my opinion. So despite the delays, it’s going in the right direction. direction.

Cawthon made headlines after his political donations came to light. He then retired from making video games to focus on his family.

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