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Sunday, October 29, 2023

‘FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDYS’ opens with $130M worldwide on a $25M budget

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that ‘FIVE NIGHTS AT FREDDYS’ opens with $130M worldwide on a $25M budget.

Due to scheduling conflicts, he wasn’t able to star in the film.

YouTuber Markiplier has revealed why he had no choice but to turn down a role in the upcoming Five Nights at Freddy's movie.

Markiplier, real name Mark Edward Fischbach, is known as "the King of FNAF" for his hugely popular YouTube videos featuring the horror game series. He’d dropped one or two hints of his intended involvement in the movie, sparking excited fan speculation about what the role might have been.

In a new video published to his YouTube channel, which boasts 35.6 million subscribers, Markiplier said a scheduling clash between the Five Nights at Freddy's Movie and his own movie, Iron Lung, ended his hopes of appearing in the film.

Markiplier (aka Mark Fischbach) actually had a big early hand in making Let’s Play videos into a larger online sensation. To be fair, though, so did his chosen horror-story subject matter: From the time he posted his very first playthrough clip of the original Five Nights at Freddy’s (Aug. 12 of 2014), the satisfyingly shocking feedback loop between Markiplier’s jumpy angst and the actual jump scares of the game itself lured in viewers not by the hundreds or the thousands, but by the millions. As of right this minute, Markiplier’s first Five Nights YouTube video has now been viewed almost 114 million times.

But it was Markiplier’s Let’s Play clips that helped lift the indie title out of early anonymity and into the gaming mainstream, thanks in no small part to his gift for putting a smart and accessible human face to the whole experience. Fans who watched one of his FNaF videos didn’t just come away well-informed about what the games had in store; they actually wanted to experience it for themselves. Hey, it scared the very devil straight outta that guy… so fright fans naturally wanted some of whatever he was having.

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