'Five Nights at Freddy's' Trailer Sees Josh Hutcherson in an Animatronics Nightmare

‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’ Trailer Sees Josh Hutcherson in an Animatronics Nightmare

Dark and gloomy, the Five Nights at Freddy’s the trailer, released on Tuesday, takes a look at the world of Freddy Fazbear and his friends that unravels all the scares and fears you can expect from the video game and Blumhouse Productions.

The film directed by Emma Tammi, based on the 2014 cross-platform video game of the same name, stars Hunger games Josh Hutcherson, He shoutedby Matthew Lillard Something wonderfulby Mary Stuart Masterson e Youis Elizabeth Lail.

The chilling preview stars Hutcherson as Mike Schmidt and Piper Rubio as his little sister, Abby Schmidt. To get by and back them up, Mike calls a man named William Afton, played by Lillard, to inquire about a security job at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza.

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“This place was huge in the 80’s with kids. They closed it down years ago. The owner isn’t ready to let him go yet,” Lillard’s character warns in the trailer.

After arriving at his dilapidated new job, complete with grimy fixtures, dust-painted walls, and alarming ghosts from old arcade games, Mike quickly learns that the job involves more than just guarding previously functioning animatronics. The once funny and cheerful characters begin to come to life, killing everyone in the building after midnight, leaving Mike and his little sister in uncertain danger.

Universal Pictures brought the film to life with Blumhouse Productions, in association with Striker Entertainment. Jason Blum’s production company is also behind other famous horror films including M3GAN AND Go out.

Five Nights at Freddy’s is slated to hit theaters Oct. 27, just in time for the Halloween holiday weekend.