Five Nights At Freddy’s Movie Gets Its First Official Trailer

We finally have our first official look at the Five Nights at Freddy’s movie.

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After a massive leak and a batch of new posters, the first official trailer for the movie Five Nights At Freddy has been released, giving us our first look at the film in action.

First shared by Blumhouse Productions founder Jason Blum, the trailer opens like an ’80s commercial for Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria before switching to clips from the actual film. We see what is presumably a new security guard enter Freddy Fazbear’s pizzeria for the first time, who explores the building and turns on the electricity for the first time. We then see the same man tied to a chair and confronted by a murderous animatronic. So it’s safe to say he’s not the main character or somehow escaping from a pretty sticky situation.


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We don’t get much beyond that other than a few quick scenes from the movie with a very menacing laugh, but we do see the child who appeared in the first screenshot of the movie who seems to have a key role to play . We also very briefly see the character that Scream actor Matthew Lillard will be playing, who may appear to be some kind of doctor or psychiatrist. No sign of Markiplier though, who is heavily rumored to be involved with the film in some capacity.

As for the animatronics, the only one that features prominently in the trailer is Freddy Fazbear, who is seen stalking a few characters throughout. We also see a very brief glimpse of Bonnie as the security guard pulls back a curtain, but he stands still. Chica and Foxy will definitely appear at some point in the film, as a batch of posters released an hour before the film’s trailer was released confirmed this. Nightmare Cupcake is also included, which was confirmed by the film crew as well as the posters.

Given that this is a trailer, it’s safe to assume that we’ll get a much meatier trailer at some point in the near future. Five Night’s at Freddy’s is still set to launch on October 27, so there’s plenty of time for Blumhouse to give us a few more trailers possibly showing Chica and Foxy as well as deeper story details. At the very least, it confirms that the movie doesn’t appear to be a simple tale of a security guard trapped in a pizzeria with creepy animatronics, so it’ll be interesting to see what Blumhouse and director Emma Tammi cook up.

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