Despite The Final Destination being touted as the last film in the series, that didn’t stop Warner Bros./New Line from greenlighting Final Destination 5, so why the heck would it stop them from greenlighting several more? The studios are clearly determined to milk this cash cow dry, and their only motivation to stop is if the franchise meets its own pitiful death at the box office.
Such is the state of affairs made clear by a recent interview with Tony Todd, whose amusingly macabre, ominous presence is returning to the series for the first time since Final Destination 2. According to him, another two Final Destination sequels are probably in the cards. Read what he had to say after the break. Read More »
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Over the past week there has been some casting movement on 5nal Destination, aka the fifth Final Destination movie. We haven’t reported some of it because, well, the movie was called 5nal Destination. And after the last couple films in the series, mustering up enthusiasm for this one is difficult. (Though there might be some reason to hope for a better outcome this time. More on that in a moment.)
Now, in addition to a couple more names, including the returning Tony Todd and surprising addition of David Koechner, there’s vague suggestion that someone in marketing or production has come to their senses and the film could be backing away from that ridiculous title. Read More »
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In one of the worst title changes of the last few years, Warner Bros has apparently decided to change the title of the fifth Final Destination movie from Final Destination 5 to 5nal Destination. What do you think?
I guess it isn’t quite as bas as the Fast and the Furious sequel title 2 Fast 2 Furious, right? Also, Bloody Disgusting has learned that the opening of the movie will involve…. (highlight the invisotext to reveal possible spoilers) the collapse of a suspension bridge. Sounds like it might be full of possible chain reaction cinematic deaths.
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