The live-action movie adaptation of the popular video game series of the same name is set to release in theatres and on Peacock just next month on October 27.
Since the latest trailer was released, new set images have been revealed on social media almost every single day from various sources connected to the production.
From better looks at the animatronics Freddy Fazbear, Chica, Cupcake, Bonnie, and Foxy to images of the sets used for the flick – here are all the new images:
FNAF Movie Set Images Revealed
Popular creators known as Dawko, Razzbowski, Baz, and 8-BitRyan got to visit the set along pose for pictures alongside the iconic and evil animatronic characters.
What’s most impressive about the Blumhouse adaptation is that the animatronics, possessed by the souls of murdered children, were all practically designed and built by Jim Henson’s Creature Shop.
Dawko aka Nindawko can be seen in the new behind-the-scenes image above, posing with the sinister Foxy in all his glory, from head to metal toes.
What the trailers for the live-action FNAF movie prove is that Foxy seems to be the most visually terrifying animatronic still, besides the chuckling Spring Bonnie.
This next image (above) shows Dawko once again but this time with a wider shot of the set.
In the image, the iconic FNAF stage can be seen with Freddy, Bonnie, Chica and Cupcake standing alongside Dawko.
This next image (above) shows Dawko, Razzbowski, Baz, and 8-BitRyan all standing together side by side with all four main animatronics from the Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise.
It’s one thing to see a game such as this make it into the live-action world but to be able to visit its set and take pictures with the live-action game characters themselves?! Amazing.
The movie’s on-set medic, Garin W. Sparks, is the newest to share a behind-the-scenes look at Blumhouse’s live-action 2023 FNAF movie.
Showing Bonnie and Freddy Fazbear taking a break, assumptively in-between shooting takes, or perhaps during the above creators’ visit to the set.
Josh Hutcherson and Matthew Lillard star in the upcoming horror from Blumhouse, with Hutcherson playing the lead protagonist whom players of the original video game series will feel very familiar with.
Lillard is set to once again dive into the villain’s seat as he plays the evil William Afton, the man literally behind all of the madness from old murder victims to tormenting new ones.
Blumhouse’s live-action Five Nights at Freddy’s releases in both theatres and on Peacock on October 27, 2023.