Five Nights At Freddy’s Movie Trailer Leaker “Did It For The People”

Five Nights At Freddy’s Movie Trailer Leaker “Did It For The People”

Five Nights At Freddy’s is one of many video game series getting the adaptation treatment right now, and after years of waiting, fans finally got their first look at the project via a trailer over the weekend. The trouble is, the trailer wasn’t supposed to drop yet, and now the person who leaked it is desperately trying to walk back their mistake, apologizing profusely and claiming they put the trailer out in the world ahead of time “for the people”.

TheRealSullyG has shared the two-minute apology video from the leaker (thanks, Insider Gaming) during which they manage to say a lot of stuff, some of which is probably a little ill-advised. “I’m here to apologize. Of course, there’s nothing I can do now that’ll remediate the situation. It’s on Twitter, it’s on Youtube, a billion reposts, it’s on Reddit now,” the leaker says.


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It was actually on Reddit where FNAF’s creator Scott Cawthon spoke of his disappointment that the trailer found its way online before it was supposed to. Cawthon revealed he was at an amusement park with his family when the leak happened and he attempted to ignore it until returning home. The only silver lining was the reluctance of other streamers and FNAF fans to reshare the trailer, although despite Universal’s best efforts, since this is the internet, it is still out there.

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As for the leaker, and some of those ill-advised comments, they openly admit they signed, and subsequently broke, an NDA, and that they posted the trailer early for the views, attention, and internet clout. They even resign themselves to the likely-imminent legal action coming their way courtesy of Cawthon, Universal, and Blumhouse. Judging by the video, and some of the comments they made in it, I can’t imagine they have spoken to a lawyer about all of this just yet despite what’s almost definitely coming.

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The long-awaited reveal of the FNAF’s movie’s first trailer would have been something everyone involved was very excited about. The reveal that the series would be getting a film actually predates the hype generated by adaptations like The Last Of Us and The Super Mario Bros. Movie, getting its first announcement all the way back in 2015. The project has hit restarts and roadblocks since then, including issues surrounding creator Cawthon who left the video game industry after it was revealed he had made donations to far-right, anti-LGBTQ Republicans.

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