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The Five Nights at Freddy’s series of horror games may be coming up on its tenth birthday, but for a huge market—mostly kids, even if they were never the original, intended audience—it’s still a huge deal. Which, alongside nostalgia for older players, might explain why only now is FNaF getting a movie.

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The film—out in theatres in October—just dropped its first trailer, and if nothing else, it’s looking incredibly faithful to the source material:

Five Nights At Freddy’s | Official Teaser

This movie has been a long time coming! Not just because the franchise itself is so old, but because plans for a big screen adaptation date all the way back to 2015, when we first posted that Warner Bros. were interested in making it, with Roy Lee of Vertigo Entertainment (Run All Night, The Ring, The Grudge) attached, along with Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg of KatzSmith Productions (Abraham Lincoln, Vampire Hunter and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies).

That project died two years later, when series creator Scott Cawthorn posted on Steam in February 2017:

The movie has since found its way to Universal, surviving everything from personnel changes (though Cawthorn has remained attached throughout) to script issues.

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