Two new clips have arrived online for The Final Destination (the latest from Bloody-Disgusting), which show off a few deadly and spoiler-filled moments from the movie. The Final Destination follows yet another teen with a premonition that saves his group of friends from a tragic accident only to find Death catching up to them anyway ... but this time Death arrives in sparkling RealD 3-D.
The Final Destination is set to arrive in theaters on August 28, for what may be the last time for the series. Producer Craig Perry has stated that this Destination is indeed the last and death will finally come for the popular horror franchise. Yeah, we're not buying it either.
Check out the clips below:
Posted 08.20.09 by Ryan
When The Final Destination opens on August 28, it will be the first Final Destination in 3 years and the fourth in 10 years. But will this be the, dare we say it, the final Final Destinaton? ShockTilYouDrop spoke with producer Craig Perry and asked that very question.
Well, there's a lot of factors. When we started talking about Final Destination 4, any time you see a four next to something, it feels like you're pushing your luck and making Leprechaun. We all kind of realized that as much as we obviously have a lineage that we want to follow that this will probably be the last movie for a variety of reasons and why not just do it right and call it The Final Destination. Actually, the marketing department had that stroke of genius that I think actually speaks to both the sort of consummation of the franchise, delivering on everything the first three are sort of positing, because we had a really healthy budget and there were a lot of things we could do that we could never do in the other movies. Finally, I think that we have ... I won't say that we've worn out our welcome, as much as we've come home and sort of put this thing to bed in a great way.
So why come back for another Final Destination?
At the end of the day, New Line said, "You know what? Final Destination 3 was the mostsuccessful, most profitable and the biggest opening weekend [they] had that year." At that point they were like, "Okay, let's see if we can justify another one." They commissioned a script. Like any movie, there's no greenlight. There's no guarantee. It all comes down to the script and Eric Brest, who, with his partner, wrote Final Destination 2 and have since been been working on their own individual projects, he came on board this draft and it was distinctive and interesting enough, and it had one extra overlay that further distinguishes it from the predecessors in a good way. It adds a different dimension (no pun intended), as how to look at death interacting in our world.
The latest TV spot doesn't exactly show the new "dimension," but does offer a sneak peek at what kind of 3D movie The Final Destination is going to be. Posted 08.13.09 by Ryan
Death is coming for you again, but this time he's doing it in 3-D
Using the same PACE camera being employed by James Cameron on Avatar, the long-running horror franchise is stepping into the third dimension for part four. Directed by David Ellis (Final Destination 2, Snakes on a Plane), Final Destination 4 promises to be the biggest Destination yet with a budget twice the size of previous entries.
ReelzChannel spent a day on the set earlier this year and today we bring you our Final Destination 4 Set Visit. Posted 10.31.08 by reelz