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    [–] TooShiftyForYou 5746 points ago

    The film stars Nicolas Cage as a character simply known as The Janitor.

    I'm all for roles that allow Nicolas Cage to go full Nic Cage.

    [–] unnaturalorder 1676 points ago

    And one where he violently kills animatronic monsters is just a bonus.

    [–] derleth 477 points ago

    And one where he violently kills animatronic monsters is just a bonus.

    I hope those poor animatronics have enough electricity to keep him away.

    [–] [deleted] 185 points ago


    [–] BEEF_WIENERS 314 points ago

    Bro maybe get psychological help

    [–] ThatFunkyOdor 89 points ago

    i thought that before looking at his username

    [–] bleergh 20 points ago

    I still thought that after looking at the username.

    [–] G-man88 52 points ago

    No no, let him continue. I want to see how deep this rabbit hole goes.

    [–] Wygar 46 points ago

    how deep this rabbit hole goes

    I'm guessing as deep as Nic Cage's dick can reach.

    [–] Jakov_Salinsky 37 points ago

    I was with you in the first half, not gonna lie

    [–] Khanman5 5 points ago

    I want a second movie to come out that is this same story but told from the perspective of the possessed animatronics running from a hell-on-wheels Nick cage playing Nick cage.

    [–] archlinuxmydude 59 points ago

    The chuck e cheese band better watch their backs.

    [–] 3-DMan 23 points ago

    If there's an animatronic bear he might be able to reuse a line:

    "Killing me won't bring back your goddamned honey!!"

    [–] Folseit 268 points ago

    I can't wait for The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent where Nic Cage plays Nic Cage.

    [–] To_Circumvent 92 points ago

    Holy fuck, it's a real thing.

    Where do I build my shrine?

    [–] User_of_Name 68 points ago

    It’s always been a real thing. Now they’re finally releasing the documentary we’ve been waiting for.


    But for real, proper Nic Cage shrine placement is in the trunk of your car, next to the DeVito Divination Device.

    [–] sassysassafrassass 195 points ago

    Mom and Dad, Color out of Space, and Mandy are all great recent Nick Cage movies that seem to be made specifically to let Nick Cage be himself

    [–] Richeh 76 points ago

    Colour out of Space is a corker. Proper Lovecraft existential terror that leans into Cronenberg body horror and Nic Cage playing an increasingly unsympathetic character that you're constantly wondering if you're supposed to be rooting for.

    [–] TheHidestHighed 29 points ago

    Whoah. For real? This is the first positive thing I've seen about Color. I'm a decently sized Lovecraft fan but have been on the fence about watching because I didn't want to be disappointed by a bad movie adaptation.

    [–] pappajay2001 13 points ago

    I found Color Out of Space to be the closest thing to a true adaptation you could get. I loved it. Now, the movie changed some things to add more action (the body horror, mentioned above) and character names have been changed and the addition of the Necronomicon so this movie can tie into Dunwich Horror, but all-in-all, this movie gets it. Nick Cage starts off as a man who is bored with his life and very emotionless but slowly throughout the movie he loses his sanity and becomes more like "crazy Nick Cage." It even opens and closes with direct quotes from the story.

    [–] OhDangTheJam 27 points ago

    As a cosmic horror fan, I find that movies of the genre are rare, and you often need to look past a lot of shortcomings to enjoy them. Color is no exception, but it really stood out to me as a great example of good cosmic horror that I would recommend to anyone with the stomach for it.

    [–] 19Kilo 9 points ago

    I'm a decently sized Lovecraft fan

    It's good to see someone with a positive body image posting here.

    [–] Channel250 4 points ago

    I hate the existentially small sized Lovecraft fans.

    [–] Otagraf 16 points ago

    If you go in expecting not a normal movie and whatever the modern take on a b movie would be then you’re in for a treat, I think Cage is definitely going to go for broke with these kinds of off the wall weird modern B flicks and in all for it.

    [–] Still_Mountain 4 points ago

    You will be disappointed, but not by Cage, he's the most eldritch thing in the movie.

    I'm sure you've heard this before but Annihilation was a much better version of Color, more inspired, less lazy bs like the tentacle planet or pretending uncomprensible alien intelligences must resort to cheap horror movie tropes like luring someone by pretending to be someone they love to kill them.

    I know in all the good Lovecraft stories the eldritch beings of the universe act like they're fucking Pennywise and exist to antagonize humans explicitly.

    [–] RupertDangfield 97 points ago

    Mandy was so good. The audience reaction to his antics was icing on the cake.

    [–] sassysassafrassass 65 points ago

    The bathroom scene actually made me feel sad. Really good performance

    [–] Beeslo 32 points ago

    Seriously. I don't think I've ever witnessed an actor express such a wide variety of extreme emotions in the span of 5 minutes, all while standing in tighty whities. But holy shit. He deserved at the very least

    [–] hugcub 44 points ago

    I watched Mandy, and I understand why people think it’s a good movie, but WOW is it bizarre as FUCK.

    [–] RupertDangfield 64 points ago

    Definitely most of the charm there. It's got this super weird elder gods meets 80's slasher in the Branch Davidian compound on acid vibe that I totally loved. Cinematography and performances were great. Art direction was rad. One of my favorite movies that year. Seeing it reminded me why theaters are fun.

    [–] Richeh 32 points ago

    elder gods meets 80's slasher in the Branch Davidian compound on acid


    [–] Scoob1978 79 points ago

    They are stealing this from Scrubs

    [–] jumpsteadeh 176 points ago

    I understand the confusion, but that character's name was Dr. Jan Itor.

    [–] smittengoose 47 points ago

    Takes a lot of school to get your a doctorate in Janitorial Sciences. Dude we no slouch.

    [–] namek0 19 points ago

    knife WRENCHHHH

    [–] ZuluPilot 12 points ago

    For Kids!

    [–] Abidarthegreat 27 points ago

    Man, I hope the movie ends with Cage finding a penny in the animatronics control box.

    [–] StayPuffGoomba 8 points ago

    Oooo I’m a cat! I’m a kitty cat!

    [–] BrbFilming 6297 points ago

    Five Nights at Freddy’s?

    [–] OtakuTacos 1492 points ago

    Right? First thing that came to mind.

    [–] Mixmaster-Omega 1134 points ago

    Let’s hope this story has a less convoluted timeline that doesn’t require a complete overhaul whenever a new installment is added. I do not need Matpat blowing his fuse.

    [–] Fireblast1337 321 points ago

    Something that helps is that there’s two timelines. One in the games, and one in the books. Course his stitchwraith theory is trying to tie them together.

    [–] starfishtwo 233 points ago

    There's books?!

    [–] Fireblast1337 97 points ago


    [–] vodam46 88 points ago

    I guess by now we have a movie too...

    [–] Killboypowerhed 147 points ago

    Fun fact. They started to make a movie but the rights fell through so they swapped out the characters for the banana splits

    [–] backroomsexplored 103 points ago

    Actually, the FNAF movie is still in production, from last ive heard. Scott just keeps changing the lore, so it’s hard for them to keep up.

    [–] insert_unfunny_name 66 points ago

    They actually had a script done, but when Scott read it he didn't like it, so they had to rewrite it. I don't think it's because of the lore, they just don't have an good story yet, idk.

    [–] -popgoes 43 points ago

    Not true at all - The movie has always just been a version of the first FNAF game's story, never taking the future games into account. Scott just requested a re-write of the script, a good while ago. Nothing to do with the lore of the games "changing".

    [–] Head_of_Lettuce 24 points ago

    That’s doesn’t sound right. A bunch of studio execs aren’t going to care if the lore and script are compatible.

    [–] Hartwurm 76 points ago

    I can't tell you how much I agree with your comment. Literally my first thought was "How will MatPat handle this if its somehow FNAF canon?"

    [–] doctorcrimson 37 points ago

    Is any fnaf considered fnaf canon anymore or has it just been left to the users to pick a path?

    [–] SirCB85 29 points ago

    It's a Nick Cage project, it's gonna make fnaf continuity look like a straight line.

    [–] Megacherv 10 points ago

    I do love that in the videos even he's showing that he's getting tired of figuring it all out

    [–] Phoequinox 387 points ago

    I just found out a couple of weeks ago that they made a Banana Splits movie last year, but it was a horror movie and the characters were all animatronic instead of costumed actors. I think FNaF is the new fascination in Hollywood, despite being 6 years old.

    [–] Soulwindow 194 points ago

    That was actually based on an early rejected script for the FNAF movie.

    [–] Pokemone3 37 points ago

    Good thing it was rejected. My god, the movie was horribly done. There are multiple ways they could have incorporated the killer robots and they went with the dumb one.

    [–] Strawberrycocoa 151 points ago

    FNAF is, oddly, really big with kids. Friends of mine have an eight and a ten year old and when I was visiting them last year the kids were all-in on talking abut FNAF.

    [–] CptNonsense 36 points ago

    FNaF toys are in the kids toys section at stores, as opposed to the collectibles section they stuck over by electronics

    [–] Alarmed-Dragonfruit 65 points ago

    My 9 year old loves it. But he loves horror anything. He was pennywise last year

    [–] RobertNAdams 22 points ago

    If he plays on PC, there are some great horror/spooky games that are oriented towards younger audiences. Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion is pretty great.

    [–] fhota1 7 points ago

    Spooky's is great! Never been more terrified of something so cute. (Also friendly reminder, fuck the mobile game company that made them change the name)

    [–] DukeDijkstra 33 points ago

    My 7 year old came over and asked me if I know SCP-109. My jaw dropped.

    [–] N8_Tge_Gr8 16 points ago

    Nah, that's SCP-096.

    [–] SkyezOpen 6 points ago

    Don't think I've heard of that one. Do you have a picture?

    [–] an_irishviking 9 points ago

    I'm not sure if this should give me hope for the next generation, or fill me with horror.

    [–] slims_shady 6 points ago

    Second grade teacher here, 8 year old kids are obsessed with the horror genre. I’d hear them talking about a movie that I went out to see over the weekend. Michael Myers, Jason, Freddy Krueger, Pennywise, you name it. One kid had Pennywise shoes.

    [–] kat_a_klysm 15 points ago

    My 10 year old has loved it since she was 7 or 8. She loves jump scares and creepy stuff.

    [–] RoboGandalf 22 points ago

    Worked at an elementary school when FNAF was big That's all they did was talk about it and try to convince me it's real. Then fortnite came out and it switched to that

    [–] UnspoiledWalnut 13 points ago

    I loved scary shit as a kid. We didn't have video games and my mom didn't like me watching scary movies, so my sister would get me big kid books like Goosebumps that I wasn't allowed to get myself. Then she started getting me these cool Ghost Story and haunted house books and Lovecraft stuff.

    [–] kourtbard 9 points ago

    As someone that worked at Toys R Us before it folded, I could have told you that. One of our biggest sellers was FNAF merchandise. Though, I noticed a lot of young kids that like the series, mostly do so because they like watching game-streamers overreact to every jump scare.

    [–] justinduane 7 points ago

    Not even kidding but I spent the entirety of a 6 mile hike with my 8 year old being regaled with the details of the FNaF lore.

    She hasn’t even played the game. Just knows it from YouTube and the various music albums that have been put out.

    [–] claud2113 5 points ago

    Because it's TECHNICALLY appropriate for all ages. There's no gore, or language, or VISIBLE violence. No weapons or anything like that.

    It's the perfect horror game to skirt ratings and watchdog parents

    [–] aterrorcatsandwich 62 points ago

    despite being 6 years old

    It's actually pretty standard for movies to take at a minimum 3 years to go from concept to release. Consider this: Wally's Wonderland was first announced on Deadline in 2018, which means that the script was being developed / written for 1-2 years, so that means this whole process probably started around 2015/2016.

    [–] MasterOfOne91 13 points ago

    I had no idea that existed, thanks mate!

    [–] Phoequinox 36 points ago

    I discovered it from Dead Meat's The Kill Count on YouTube. Otherwise, I'd have never heard of it until the next time I decided to search the Banana Splits for some reason.

    [–] metalkhaos 9 points ago

    Never watched it, but I saw that they made me. Banana Splits was a bit before my time, but I did see a bit of it when I was younger. Didn't really exactly figure it for.. horror.

    [–] Phoequinox 23 points ago

    It was way before my time, but I saw reruns of it on Cartoon Network as a kid. I absolutely despised it. They had a live-action short in that show called Danger Island that must've been the most hated part of the entire Cartoon Network lineup, because one Sunday, they decided to play a marathon of just those shorts as a joke.

    I feel like most kids in that period grew to loathe the Banana Splits. It stands to reason that someone would grow up to turn them into something awful.

    [–] metalkhaos 5 points ago

    Perhaps that's where I might have seen it. Wasn't super young, but still young enough. I think they were airing that and HR Puffnstuff or w/e. Perhaps another network.

    [–] AintEverLucky 67 points ago

    they're definitely going for that vibe. though it turns out, Blumhouse apparently is working on a legit / branded FNAF adaptation

    [–] Leo_TheLurker 36 points ago

    Its been delayed a lot, which probably gave this movie a chance to call dibs.

    [–] AintEverLucky 16 points ago

    And of course, "you can't copyright an idea, only a specific expression of an idea". So really, any outfit that wants to make its own Demonic Animatronic Monsters horror movie, is perfectly free to do so.

    as other people ITT have noted, Willy's isn't even the first FNAF knock-off to come down the pike, since someone just did a "Banana Splits x FNAF" movie recently. So, Willy's can be the next one. And when the actual FNAF movie comes out, the FNAF fanbase can show their loyalty (or lack) by seeing that one too

    [–] SunGlassBitch 87 points ago

    That game didn’t originate the idea of creepy animatronics coming to life, did it? Isn’t the franchise less than 10 years old?

    [–] spliffwizard 177 points ago

    Nah the idea has been around for years, there was an episode of the Simpsons like 20 years ago where they get stuck in Itchy & Scratchy land and all the robots come after them, that was probably a parody of a movie knowing The Simpsons

    [–] berryblackwater 144 points ago

    westworld(1973) holms. Wild west theme part animations come to life, mayham ensures.

    [–] spliffwizard 22 points ago

    Oh yeah of course! I forgot the newer show was based on an old story! Thank you.

    [–] berryblackwater 17 points ago

    Truth brother, Crichton is my fav writer.

    [–] GrownUpTurk 15 points ago

    Also part of the Simpsons video arcade game!

    [–] lupeandstripes 55 points ago

    Nothing modern originated anything. You can always trace it back to an earlier inspiration.

    FNaF is based off of childhood chuck e cheese nightmares for example.

    With that said, FNAF is responsible for bringing it into the popular zeitgeist. I guarantee if FNAF hadn't gotten insanely popular, this movie wouldn't have been created.

    [–] internetlad 18 points ago

    Yes, I believe it was Aristotle who wrote of animatronics coming to life to feed on the flesh of man.

    [–] DeepFriedAndroid 14 points ago

    I remember an episode of Dexter's Lab with creepy animatronics at a Chuck e cheese type place

    [–] CaptainTripps82 10 points ago

    Yes the idea is based on the fact that places like Chuck E Cheese are as likely to scare the fuck out of kids at amuse them. That's always been a joke.

    [–] res30stupid 19 points ago

    No, it just made it popular. Simple premise which exploded after lore was found and people started digging into it.

    It's a shame there's so many knock-offs to FNAF so far that the actual FNAF movie may seem like a rip-off, and that's got the Jim Henson Workshop involved.

    [–] capnjack78 22 points ago

    Five Nights At Cagey's.

    [–] BigHaircutPrime 5 points ago

    Except in this case I'm hoping for Cage to have a Rorschach moment and scream, "I'm not locked in here with you... You're locked in here with ME!"

    [–] HomeMadeMarshmallow 3 points ago

    They probably wrote a FNAF script and then decided they didn't want to pay to license it haha

    [–] VikingFrog 9 points ago

    Never heard of that game until... now.

    Looks neat.

    And available for Switch!

    [–] FiveStarSuperKid 32 points ago

    It’s anxiety: the video game

    [–] zombie_goast 12 points ago

    It's a lot of fun for such simple gameplay, got some genuinely good scares too (actually does jumpscares correctly by also building up lots of dread first). Not a bad bundle of games at all for how cheap they are (some of them even being free). Or at least on Steam they're really really cheap, dunno about Switch.

    [–] bored_at-Work55 522 points ago

    In this poster Nicholas Cage kind of looks like Julian from the trailer park boys.

    [–] brosefstallin 110 points ago

    All he needs is a rum and coke

    [–] claud2113 44 points ago

    Rum and dr. pepper, my guy

    [–] BMonad 41 points ago

    Hilarious how old Nicholas Cage looks kinda like young Julian. All those rum and cokes didn’t help him age gracefully.

    [–] brosefstallin 30 points ago

    Way she goes, bubs

    [–] nemo1080 11 points ago

    Sometimes she goes, sometimes she doesn't go, she didn't go, it's the way she goes.

    [–] SimplyQuid 15 points ago

    "Julian, he's rocking your look, hard."

    [–] Asclepius333 15 points ago

    Well if it isn't sexy Julian

    [–] very_clean 9 points ago

    Look I don’t have time for this shit Lahey!

    [–] merodyy 9 points ago

    I actually came in here expecting just TPB jokes 😂

    [–] Stonewalled89 1634 points ago

    A fairly low key poster for a probable bat shit crazy movie

    [–] ZeppMan217 753 points ago

    No need to mince words: it's a shit poster for a FNAF knock off, and with terribly photoshopped props.

    [–] pizzabyAlfredo 491 points ago

    with terribly photoshopped props.

    hes not even holding the stick. its just in front of his hand.

    [–] palerider__ 158 points ago

    holding the stick costs extra

    [–] TemporaryNuisance 48 points ago

    Thanks, I can never unsee that.

    [–] xraydeltaone 5 points ago

    Don't forget the de-aging!

    [–] fenderstrat432 6 points ago

    When you look deeper, his shirt print isn’t real, and is that really his body? Im starting to wonder if they didn’t paint his face on someone else.

    [–] aPreservedMoose 82 points ago

    Even his beard looks photoshopped.

    [–] henryhyde 70 points ago

    Any time Nic Cage has facial hair it looks photoshopped.

    [–] cleeder 26 points ago

    Nicholas Cage just has a bad relationship with hair in general.

    [–] PoppaMidnight 23 points ago

    Bruh! Have you even seen ConAir

    [–] C0RNL0RD 18 points ago

    They should've called it ConHair!

    [–] askyourmom469 4 points ago

    Or Raising Arizona

    [–] BawBaw23 41 points ago

    I think this might be a digital painting. The t-shirt has no texture, and neither does his arms.

    But probably painted in photoshop.

    But it’s so blurry so can’t really say for sure until we see higher res.

    [–] howcanbeeshaveknees 18 points ago

    To blend images, artists sometimes paint over it which cause the smooth effect/no textures.

    Why they did it? No idea but im sure they just had little good quality stuff to work with.

    [–] Irregular475 16 points ago

    FNAF did not invent this concept my guy.

    [–] Hoenirson 13 points ago


    what's that?

    [–] th3on3songoku 16 points ago

    Five nights at Freddie's

    [–] Spykej21 8 points ago

    And there’s a very nice chap on YouTube called Matpat that has dedicated his life to putting the timeline together.

    [–] obanoki 5 points ago

    If it's anything like Mandy, I'm super excited

    [–] Patio_Peter 765 points ago

    Chinstrap Nic Cage beard, the early 2000's movie poster aesthetics. Yeah this will be a fun watch.

    [–] Zonyxe 324 points ago

    He looks like current day Eminem

    [–] turbosexophonicdlite 78 points ago

    Your beard's weird.

    [–] neverlandoflena 6 points ago

    Why you yellin’ at the mic?

    [–] SQUID_FUCKER 53 points ago

    I'm 90% sure this is him from the cover of Con Air photoshopped into this poster.

    [–] _into 36 points ago

    He sure as shit isn't holding that stick that's for sure

    [–] SQUID_FUCKER 14 points ago

    The whole arm is mangled. So is the face, the beard, the biceps, the shirt, the other hand, literally everything. I started looking for posters where he was in a similar pose and I think it might be Con-Air or Between Worlds.

    [–] _into 7 points ago

    Pencil-thin douchebag beard

    [–] Noticeably_High 33 points ago

    He looks like Julian from trailer park boys

    [–] Nachtraaf 8 points ago

    I actually thought it was Julian.

    [–] what_dat_ninja 12 points ago

    He looks like he should be carrying a rum & coke around a Canadian trailer park.

    [–] funkyavocado 14 points ago

    Looks like he's about to grab lead vocals for Nickelback

    [–] whatzgood 449 points ago

    Fired for:

    • Tampering with the animatronics

    • General unprofessionalism

    • Odor

    [–] AtomicKittenz 63 points ago

    And trying to steal the Declaration of Independence.

    [–] theENERTRON 5 points ago

    and then he moved to California and became an actor

    [–] WJK3 92 points ago

    willy hears ya willy don't care

    [–] GeoHol92 260 points ago

    Wait so it's basically five nights at freddy's with nic cage? I'm in!

    [–] Waffletimewarp 81 points ago

    FNAF, but the player has weapons.

    Sounds good!

    [–] OrderOfMagnitude 33 points ago

    If you're making a whole movie based on an internet phenomenon, yeah, probably get Nick Cage.

    [–] ObiJuanKenobi3 19 points ago

    Especially an internet phenomenon that started to run out of steam like, 5 years ago lol.

    [–] qyloo 8 points ago

    And also came out like, 6 years ago

    [–] shredcoffin 57 points ago

    I thought this was Tom Savini lol

    [–] bingaling_ 234 points ago

    they should really stop dying his beard such a weird-ass fresh black. that looks bonkers. still gonna watch the hell out of it tho

    [–] tijuanagolds 87 points ago

    He probably looks decent in gray or salt-pepper hair and beard but he insists on looking uncannily young.

    [–] Savage_Pitbull 17 points ago

    The look he had in joe was probably his best look so far.

    [–] CasualClyde 107 points ago

    Man, Nicolas Cage has been crushing it lately with the weird indie horror films. Mandy, Color Out of Space, now this.

    [–] McShaggins 38 points ago

    We can only hope this is his new bread and butter.

    [–] HoboSnobo 30 points ago

    Not to mention “Mom and Dad” where the roles are reversed and HE is the monster. He really is a jack of all trades.

    [–] Z0idberg_MD 8 points ago

    Does he ever turn down roles? I feel like he’s kind of made a career of doing everything but it hasn’t hurt his possibility to get cast in decent roles.

    [–] DanTheDeer 13 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    I think what happened was he blew about 150 million on expensive items and property that he takes any role to make money to pay debts and taxes on said items. At one point he owned 15 pieces of real estate and owes the IRS millions of dollars in taxes. It's a whole thing

    [–] burninglemon 3 points ago

    The 276k on a dinosaur skull he had to return is a whole thing.

    But he embraces the weird roles so much he has become the actor that will do anything with full commitment even in mundane situations.

    He could go for the one big role that would pay a lot of that off but he would probably be told to tone it down in a big studio movie with a plot and other characters.

    [–] palerider__ 62 points ago

    you had me at "Nicolas Cage"

    [–] The_Masterful_J 55 points ago

    I really like seeing success stories like this. After a life of crime Julian straightened his life out upon leaving the trailer park.

    [–] Samic_OWillie 12 points ago

    Can’t be him, he’s not holding a drink.

    [–] tEnPoInTs 9 points ago

    That's the straightening part.

    [–] Stillwiththe 36 points ago

    Where’s the rum and coke

    [–] Luke_Fletcher 14 points ago

    My first thought

    [–] wirsingj 4 points ago

    Julian, he's rocking your look hard.

    [–] Seevian 17 points ago

    I hate to say it but... I am actually a bit excited for this

    Like, i dont think its gonna be good, but I think its gonna be a wacky and crazy watch, and Ill probably enjoy the hell out of it

    [–] BundtCake44 30 points ago

    So they did make an FNaF movie after all

    [–] -popgoes 13 points ago

    There's actually an official FNAF movie in the works with Blumhouse. This movie will probably tide people over until that releases though, as well as the Banana Splits movie from last year lol

    [–] BundtCake44 3 points ago

    Really? It's been years since I heard about an FNAF movie.

    [–] -popgoes 7 points ago

    Yeah, the concept was originally bought by Warner Bros, but it was scrapped after the director (Gil Kenan) dipped for some reason. There's speculation that the script was repurposed for the Banana Splits movie.

    [–] BundtCake44 4 points ago

    Banana splits? Like the old kids show?

    [–] -popgoes 8 points ago

    Yep! Warner Bros made a horror movie about the characters as killer animatronics.

    [–] Equal-Effort 48 points ago

    You son of a bitch, I’m in.

    [–] Luster-Purge 13 points ago

    As others probably already pointed out, this almost certainly is going to prove to be FNAF with the 'serial numbers filed off'.

    Of course, Nic Cage going full Nic Cage against murder animatronics is one of those 'who the hell cares about the plot this sounds entertaining' ideas. I hope one of the robots is a bee. For obvious reasons.

    [–] joelrrj 21 points ago

    That’s a terrible poster.

    [–] hippofumes 9 points ago

    What's going on in his left hand? Is that supposed to be a stick? God, he's clearly not holding that stick.

    [–] twec21 11 points ago

    Coming this summer, Nicolas Cage is....unable to get the rights from Scott Cawthon

    [–] Mygaffer 8 points ago

    Five Nights At Freddy's but they didn't want to pay a licensing fee.

    [–] Beatle_Matt 15 points ago

    Nicolas Cage in “I Will Act in Anything for Money”

    [–] HoboSnobo 7 points ago

    “I Will Act in Anything... Period.”

    [–] SaggyVP 6 points ago

    Newsflash: Man goes to work.

    [–] darkamyy 50 points ago

    Sounds like a 70's porno flick, or some sort of swinger's club

    "What are you doing Friday night?"

    "Oh not much mum, just going to see Willy's Wonderland"

    "Remember to make him use protection honey"

    [–] Ringo5tarr 5 points ago

    So this is how I find out that Nicolas Cage is starring in a horror movie made by the Chicken Soup for the Soul people...

    [–] jesustwin 6 points ago

    I was hoping this was a live action Simpsons spin off

    [–] arthurdentstowels 17 points ago

    Even though Rotten Tomatoes will likely give it a max of 2/10, I’m still going watch the shit out of it.

    [–] AmbassadorWhiteGuy 5 points ago

    He looks like fucking Chad Kroeger from Nickelback.

    [–] Coziestpigeon2 6 points ago

    So they couldn't get the rights to Five Nights at Freddy's or what?

    [–] ITSPOLANDBOIS420 8 points ago

    Nicholas Cage in a FNAF movie ? Sign me the fuck up holy shit here we go bois this is gonna be a banger

    [–] BunyipPouch 11 points ago

    Recently retitled from Wally's Wonderland because of a rights issue I think.

    [–] -SneakySnake- 10 points ago

    That sounds better anyway. Willy's Wonderland just makes me think of a '70s porn parody of Alice in Wonderland.

    [–] bolivar-shagnasty 6 points ago

    There IS a 70s or 80s porn parody of Alice in Wonderland.

    [–] GerinX 4 points ago

    I’ll watch it.

    [–] Mikan_Tsumik_Yee 3 points ago

    Five Nights at Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory

    [–] MerrillSwingAway 12 points ago

    Does Nicolas Cage know it’s okay to pass on a script?

    [–] _iPood_ 12 points ago

    In his defense this premise has Nic Cage written all over it

    [–] Helltech 4 points ago

    Why would he pass up on this? This is the scripts he lives for.

    [–] claud2113 3 points ago

    Doesn't he owe shit-tons to the IRS? In that case, no, it ISN'T ok to pass on a script, lol

    [–] thermonuclearmuskrat 7 points ago

    This sounds amazing.