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Final Destination 5

  Tags: 3d, Arlen Escarpeta, blood, Courtney B. Vance, David Koechner, death, Ellen Wroe, Emma Bell, final destination, gore, Jaqueline MacInnes Wood, Meghan Ory, Miles Fisher, New Line Cinema, Nicholas D'Agosto, P.J. Byrne, Practical Pictures, premonition, SEQUELS, SUPERNATURAL, Tony Todd

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In this fifth installment Death is just as omnipresent as ever and is unleashed after one man’s premonition saves a group of coworkers from a terrifying suspension bridge collapse. But these unsuspecting souls were never supposed to survive, and in a terrifying race against time, the ill-fated group frantically tries to discover a way to escape Death’s sinister agenda.


RELEASE DATE
August 12, 2011
December 27, 2011 (DVD)
CURRENT STATUS
Now On DVD
LANGUAGE
English
PRODUCED BY
New Line Cinema
Practical Pictures
MPAA RATING
R "strong violent/gruesome accidents, and some language."
OFFICIAL SITES
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DIRECTED BY
Steven Quale
WRITTEN BY
Eric Heisserer
STARRING
Miles Fisher
Arlen Escarpeta
Nicholas D'Agosto
Ellen Wroe
Meghan Ory
Tony Todd
David Koechner
P.J. Byrne
Emma Bell
Jaqueline MacInnes Wood
Courtney B. Vance

PROJECT DETAILS
  • Filming in Vancouver, Canada.
  • Originally had an August 26th 2011 release before moving forward a week.
  • Actress Ellen Wroe plays "the daughter of a company executive, a woman with gymnast training who is a little snobby and for whom everything is a contest."
  • Actor P.J. Byrne plays "an obnoxious kleptomaniac."
  • Actor Nicholas D'Agosto is playing "a guy who doesn't make fast decision in his own life."
  • Actor Tony Todd will reportedly return as the mysterious "Mr. Bludworth" character that seemed to know much more than he should about death's plan from the first two films.
  • Rumored to have the title 5nal Destination.
  • It's said that opening scene will take place on a suspension bridge.
  • Apparently there will be a scene involving a character undergoing laser-eye surgery.
  • Director Steven Quale has mostly worked as Second Unit Director and most recently with Avatar, which he also served as Visual Effects Supervisor.
  • Writer Eric Heisserer also scripted the A Nightmare on Elm Street remake and The Thing prequel.
  • It's said that the producers plan to make the "necessary improvements to deliver what audiences expect from this franchise, going back to the original."
  • Much like The Final Destination, this sequel will be in 3D.
  • The Final Destination was originally intended to be the last installment in the franchise since development of the project was rough and the film itself received a lot of slack from critics, but the studio changed its mind when the pic made $66 million domestically and became a success overseas.
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