Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s movie has received yet another rating for its first trailer that is currently being speculated to be released soon, with the full trailer itself being shared early online not long ago, new details have now emerged.
This news comes shortly after the first runtime reveal, which conflicts with this report at a shorter duration, along with new information that Blumhouse plan on dropping the first official poster “soon” as stated on their official website.
New FNAF Trailer Runtime Revealed
The movie’s first trailer was recently revealed to have a runtime of 46 seconds, however, according to a new rating done by the Canadian Alberta Film Classification Office today, which is known for rating films before release, the trailer will actually be slightly longer at 53 seconds, a total of 7 seconds longer than previously reported.
It has yet to be revealed as to when Blumhouse plan on dropping the first trailer officially, however, Universal Pictures are in the process of having the trailer rated, meaning that it surely won’t be much longer before FNAF fans are treated to a high-resolution look at the movie.
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Alberta Rates FNAF’s First Trailer 14+
Alongside the runtime information for the first official trailer of Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s is the rating itself, a strong 14+ rating, which is comparable to a PG-13 (US) or 12A (UK), meaning that whatever Blumhouse has included in the first proper look at the adaptation of the popular video game series, it might not be safe for all kids under teenage years to watch alone.
The confirmed cast, so far, for the live-action Five Nights at Freddy’s movie includes Josh Hutcherson as Mike Schmidt, Matthew Lillard as the evil William Afton, Elizabeth Lail as Vanessa, Mary Stuart Masterson, Kat Conner Sterling as Max, Piper Rubio as Abby, Grant Feely, Christian Stokes as Hank, Joseph Poliquin as Carl, Ryan Reinike as Freddy’s Security Guard, Jophielle Love, Ethan Jamieson, Wyatt Parker, Lucas Grant, Liam Hendrix, Bailey Winston, Asher Colton Spence, Victoria Patenaude, Xander Mateo, David Huston Doty, and Garret Hines as Mike’s Dad.
Adam Hann-Byrd (Jumanji) has been cast as the voice of Freddy Fazbear, aka the titular character, with Stacey DePass (Ruby Gloom) providing the voice of Chica, with various reports online stating that Roger Joseph Manning Jr. will be voicing Foxy, John Sanford Moore as the voice of Bonnie, Jane Wheeler as the voice of The Puppet, with Ted Atherton voicing Golden Freddy, as per recent reports.
Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s comes to theatres and Peacock on October 27, 2023.