In brief: Five Nights at Freddy’s 2 gets release date, Never Let Go trailer released and more

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Universal has set December 5, 2025, as the release date for Five Nights at Freddy’s 2, the horror sequel that centered on a new night watchman for a haunted family pizza restaurant, according to Variety. The studio also announced it has changed the release dates for a couple of other highly anticipated sequels. M3GAN 2.0, the sequel to the 2022 AI robot doll-gone-wrong thriller starring Allison Williams, moves from May 16, 2025, to June 27, 2025; and The Black Phone 2, the 2022 thriller about a boy locked in a basement who receives phone calls from the killer’s previous victims, moves from June 27, 2025, to October 17, 2025 …

Lionsgate has dropped the official trailer for Never Let Go, the psychological thriller starring Halle Berry as a mother whose only hope of saving herself and the lives of her twin sons from an evil taking over the world is to stay connected — literally and figuratively — at all times. Percy Daggs IV and Anthony B. Jenkins also star. A release date has yet to be announced …

FX, Hulu and the estate of James Clavell — the author of the novel the epic series Shōgun is based on — have teamed up to develop more seasons of the show. The series, set in Japan in the year 1600, at the dawn of a century-defining civil war, features a primarily Japanese cast, including co-producer Hiroyuki Sanada from Avengers: Endgame and Bullet Train, Anna Sawai and Hiroto Kanai. Shōgun has become FX’s most-watched show ever based on global hours streamed, according to FX. All 10 episodes of Shōgun, which concluded on April 23, are available to stream on Hulu …

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