Five Nights at Freddy’s Movie Rating Revealed, Features ‘Bloody Images’

Five Nights at Freddy’s Movie Rating Revealed, Features ‘Bloody Images’

The upcoming 5 Nights at Freddy’s film will probably be rated PG-13.

Common Studios’ 5 Nights at Freddy’s film has secured a PG-13 score for “robust violent content material, bloody photos, and language,” in response to Movie Rankings. The movie, directed by Emma Tammi and produced by Blumhouse Productions, arrives in Oct. 2023.

What’s 5 Nights at Freddy’s about?

Based mostly on the favored online game collection, 5 Nights at Freddy’s was initially going to be launched by Warner Bros. Photos. Nevertheless, the movie went by means of a number of delays and the rights finally went to Blumhouse in 2017. Chris Columbus was initially tapped to direct and co-write the mission however later dropped out, with Tammi coming in as his substitute in 2022.

“The movie follows a troubled safety guard as he begins working at Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza,” the official synopsis reads. “Whereas spending his first night time on the job, he realizes the night time shift at Freddy’s received’t be really easy to make it by means of.”

5 Nights at Freddy’s stars Josh Hutcherson, Elizabeth Lail, Piper Rubio, Matthew Lillard, Mary Stuart Masterton, and Kat Conner Sterling. The script is co-written by Tammi, Scott Cawthon, and Seth Cuddeback, with Cawthon producing the movie alongside Jason Blum.

Whereas some followers wished a hard-R Freddy’s, Blumhouse Productions has an extended historical past of PG-13 films which have been each critically and financially profitable. To date this yr, the manufacturing firm put out M3GAN and Insidious: The Purple Door, each of which earned PG-13 scores. M3GAN made roughly $181 million on the worldwide field workplace; Insidious: The Purple Door, which has not but accomplished its theatrical run, has grossed $158.1m to date.

5 Nights at Freddy’s releases in theaters and on Peacock in the US on Oct. 27, 2023.


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