These Eastereggs can be Found in the Five Nights at Freddy's Trailer

Meanwhile, the FNAF age rating gives reason for concern

by Tom Hartig on June 29, 2023

The trailer for the "Five Nights at Freddy's" movie is here and is causing a storm of enthusiasm. The horror franchise is especially popular with young fans - but it is uncertain whether they will even be allowed to see the movie in theaters.

At the moment, the joy about the trailer still prevails: Of course, fans of the games about Freddy Fazbear are eager to see the movie follow the original as closely as possible. Fortunately, the new trailer already contains numerous details and "Five Nights at Freddy's" easter eggs that will make fans happy.

For example, the so-called Toreador March song can be heard when the surveillance cameras start going crazy - the same music that is heard in the game every time the lights go out. You can also see the character Bonnie in the supply closet - in the game, that's indeed the only character that can appear there. Moreover, the appearance of Spring Bonnie in particular causes a lot of talk among fans: villain William Afton uses it in the game to kill his enemies.

Speaking of William Afton, the "Five Nights at Freddy's" trailer also hints at some differences from the games. There, for example, the villain hides behind the fake name Dave Miller, co-owner of the pizzeria. In the trailer, however, it seems to be a man named Steve Raglan - possibly a false trail for those who know the game?

Wild speculations also revolve around the age rating of the "Five Nights at Freddy's" movie. While some assume a PG-13 in the US, others even talk about a possible R-rating. However, at this time there is actually still no age rating - so younger fans still have to worry whether they will be able to see the film in cinemas. The release is coming soon: "Five Nights at Freddy's" will hit theaters on October 27, 2023.

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