“Five Nights at Freddy’s” Rated PG-13 For ‘Strong Violent Content’ & ‘Bloody Images’

Universal and Blumhouse have joined forces this Halloween to bring the popular video game franchise, Five Nights at Freddy’s, to the silver screen. This marks the first time that the game will be adapted into a feature film.

Excitingly, the movie has recently received its official rating from the Motion Picture Association (MPA). The cinematic adaptation of Five Nights at Freddy’s has received a rating of PG-13 due to its content… The content of this material is characterized by its intense and graphic depictions of violence, including both physical harm and bloodshed, as well as the use of explicit language.

On Friday, October 27, 2023, Universal Pictures will make Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s available to audiences both in theaters and on Peacock.

The directorial helm of Five Nights at Freddy’s is helmed by Emma Tammi, known for her work on The Wind and Blood Moon. Collaboratively written by Scott Cawthon, Emma Tammi, and Seth Cuddeback, the screenplay weaves together their creative visions.

The cast of the movie includes Josh Hutcherson, known for his roles in Ultraman and The Hunger Games franchise, Matthew Lillard, who has appeared in Good Girls and Scream, Elizabeth Lail, recognized for her performances in You and Mack & Rita, Kat Conner Sterling, who has been seen in We Have A Ghost and 9-1-1, Piper Rubio, known for her roles in Holly & Ivy and Unstable, and Mary Stuart Masterson, who has appeared in Blindspot and Fried Green Tomatoes.

The renowned Creature Shop, founded by the talented Jim Henson, is responsible for the creation and operation of the beloved animatronic monsters that have become iconic. The screenplay for the popular horror game turned film, “Five Nights at Freddy’s,” was written by Tammi, Scott Cawthon, and Seth Cuddeback.

Blumhouse, in collaboration with Striker Entertainment, is responsible for the production of the film. The film will be produced by Scott Cawthon and Jason Blum, with additional production by Russell Binder and Marc Mostman.

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