The Five Nights at Freddy’s movie has been a big success by any measure. It quickly became Blumhouse’s highest grossing movie in the studio’s history and it brought in the biggest five-day debut of any title on Peacock. Even without confirmation, everyone knew that a sequel would be greenlit, and now we know when that follow-up is coming.

Universal and Blumhouse have officially announced Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 for release in theaters on Dec. 5th, 2025. It’s worth pointing out that the first movie arrived in theaters and on the Peacock streaming service the same day, but it appears the sequel is going to have a theater-only run this time around, but a streaming release will surely follow a few months later.

Josh Hutcherson was the lead in Five Nights at Freddy’s, and last we heard, he was itching to get in front of the camera for the follow-up. In an interview with Variety, Hutcherson gave fans some insight as to where the film is in terms of development.

“I know they’re in the process right now of nailing down the story, and they want to get going as soon as possible. Obviously, the fans are amazing and die hard. For me to be a part of it was was so cool and phenomenal. We hoped it would connect with audiences, but I don’t think that anybody, even on our side of things, expected it to really connect the way that it did. I’m dying to get back on set. Emma Tammi, our director, was fantastic, and it was such a fun world to play in. I’m excited to see what they are doing next.”

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