Jim Henson’s Creature Shop to create animatronics for ‘Five Nights at Freddy’s’

Producer Jason Blum has given a major update on the movie Five Nights at Freddy’s, which has been in development for more than seven years. 

While the project has been highly anticipated for years, Jason Blum has announced a significant update on Twitter for the Five Nights at Freddy’s. The producer revealed that Jim Henson’s Creature Shop had joined with Blumhouse for the project and had started working on developing the creatures for the horror adaptation by sharing a behind-the-scenes photo.

The picture shows a significant advancement behind the scenes as the studio is now collaborating with Jim Henson’s Creature Shop to bring the horrifying creatures from Five Nights at Freddy’s to life for the big screen. This is intriguing because it represents the company’s first significant foray into the horror genre after primarily using their skills for family-friendly titles like the Dark Crystal and Muppets franchises

The survival horror video game franchise, developed by Scott Cawthon, typically puts players in the role of night security guards at the titular family pizza restaurant as they keep an eye on the various security cameras, lights, doors, and vents to protect themselves from the evil animatronics that serves as the restaurant’s eye-catching mascots. The Five Nights at Freddy’s franchise debuted with the game of the same name in 2014 and was entirely created and published by Cawthon. It has received generally favourable reviews for its nine main titles, and numerous spinoff games, and memorably became the focus of numerous Let’s Play videos from YouTube gamers.

With this popularity, the movie went into development in 2015, when Warner Bros. acquired the rights to the game. The studio asked Seth Grahame-Smith, Roy Lee and David Katzenberg to produce the film, and Gil Kenan to direct and co-write with Burton Smith. After Cawthon and Blumhouse Productions had a number of creative disagreements, the production house eventually bought the rights to the franchise. Chris Columbus, a former Harry Potter alum, was hired to write and direct the adaptation. Columbus eventually left the project because of more creative issues, which put Cawthon and Blum back where they began. Finally, the producer has given an update on the film’s progress.

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