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Five Nights at Freddy's sequel is officially announced for 2025

The news was announced at CinemaCon 2024

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It's no real surprise, but it's finally officially been confirmed: 2023's hit horror movie Five Nights at Freddy's is officially getting a sequel. After lots of speculation and even the actors speaking out about wanting to make a sequel, the official news was announced at Universal's presentation at CinemaCon, alongside a general release season for the movie of Fall 2025.

Five Nights at Freddy's was one of the biggest horror hits of last year, garnering almost $300 million dollars worldwide. The first movie was based on the hit game of the same name, with a protagonist stuck overnight at a pizza and entertainment center alongside some terrifying mascots posessed by the souls of dead children.

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Keep an eye on Popverse for upcoming news on this Five Nights at Freddy's sequel. Because of how much we loved the first installment, you can be sure that we'll be following the story closely.

While the Fall of 2025 may feel a long way away, we've got a lot of Five Nights at Freddy's guides, news, and articles for you to read below.


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The Five Nights at Freddy's phenomenon is lasting longer than five nights. Get up to speed, with how to stream the movie, details on the characters and lore, getting to know the FNAF animatronics, how it fits in the canon of the games, talks of sequels, how Chuck E. Cheese is responding, and even a guide to how to play all the FNAF games.

Can't get enough? We have have recommendations for five movies to watch after Five Nights at Freddy's.

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