Universal Dates “Five Nights At Freddy’s 2,” “The Woman In The Yard,” “Drop”; Pushes the Sequels “The Black Phone” and “M3GAN”. - Latest Global News

Universal Dates “Five Nights At Freddy’s 2,” “The Woman In The Yard,” “Drop”; Pushes the Sequels “The Black Phone” and “M3GAN”.

Universal Pictures announced release dates for three major genre titles on Thursday, while also announcing that two of the most anticipated sequels on the calendar are being pushed back.

Blumhouse’s thriller The woman in the yard Opening is scheduled for Friday, March 28, 2025 with Platinum Dunes and Blumhouse’s Falling Debuting on Friday, April 11, 2025 and Blumhouse’s Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 to scare the box office on Friday, December 5, 2025.

Meanwhile Blumhouse’s The black phone 2 will be rescheduled from June 27, 2025 to Friday, October 17, 2025 with Blumhouse’s M3GAN 2.0 Moved from May 16, 2025 to the June slot. All of the above will open wide.

Directed by Jaume Collet-Serra and starring Danielle Deadwyler, who previously worked on the upcoming action thriller Continue, The woman in the yardThe plot is secret. The film was written by first-time screenwriter Sam Stefanak and also stars Russell Horsby, Okwui Okpokwasili, Peyton Jackson and Estella Kahiha. Jason Blum produced alongside Stephanie Allain (The Exorcist: Believer), with Deadwyler, Collet-Serra, Gabrielle Ebron, Scott Greenberg and James Moran serving as EPs.

Even without a logline for now, the thriller Falling by director Christopher Landon (We have a spirit) with Meghann Fahy along with Brandon Sklenar, Violet Beane Jacob Robinson and Ed Weeks. The screenplay is by Jillian Jacobs and Chris Roach, the picture was produced by Blum for Blumhouse and by Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Cameron Fuller for Platinum Dunes. Ron Lynch and Sam Lerner are executive producers.

Shattered expectations last fall with a worldwide gross of $300 million. Five nights at Freddy’s adapts Scott Cawthon’s popular video game franchise of the same name and follows Mike (Josh Hutcherson), a troubled young man who reluctantly accepts a job as a night watchman at an abandoned themed restaurant, Freddy Fazbear’s Pizzeria, in the hopes that it will allow him to retain custody of his young children Sister. This fateful decision instead draws him into the black heart of a supernatural nightmare.

The highest-grossing horror film of 2023, the plot of its sequels has not been revealed. Emma Tammi has returned as director, Blum and Cawthon have returned as producers.

We’re also launching a new blockbuster franchise, M3GAN watched a robotics engineer at a toy company build a lifelike doll that began to take on a life of its own. Directed by Gerard Johnstone and starring Allison Williams, Ronny Chieng and Violet McGraw, the film opened to $30.4 million domestically last January, giving it the biggest opening weekend for a PG-13 horror film since then A Quiet Place Part II. The film ended up grossing more than $180 million worldwide. Atomic Monster’s James Wan and Blumhouse’s Blumhouse are producing the sequel, whose plot has not been revealed.

Finally we have this The black phone 2, which continues the serial killer film starring Ethan Hawke that became a phenomenon in 2022 with $160 million worldwide. There’s no word on the story this time, but Hawke, Mason Thames, Madeleine McGraw, Jeremy Davies and Miguel Mora have returned as the main cast.

Scott Derrickson directs from his screenplay co-written with C. Robert Cargill, with the duo producing alongside Blum. Joe Hill and Ryan Turek are executive producers.

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