Are You Ready for Final Destination 4?

No? Too bad. They're making it anyway.

by | November 20, 2007 | Comments

Final Destination 2 director David R. Ellis will soon be taking moviegoers to the most final-est destination of all.

Yes, you guessed it, we’re in for a Final Destination 4 — and what’s more, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Ellis and New Line are planning to film it in 3-D. From the article:

The premise of the series is that even if you cheat death once, a force that is death itself will stalk you until it finishes what is started, usually in a gruesome fashion. While plot details for “FD4” are being kept under wraps, the movie will stand alone: It will feature new teens facing new forms of death.

The script may feature all-new teens and all-new death, but its script was written by a familiar face — Eric Bress, who co-wrote the series’ first sequel. The Hollywood Reporter says Final Destination 4 doesn’t have a start date, but with a collected gross of $150 million, you can bet New Line will be rolling the franchise’s next installment onto the assembly line sooner than later.

Source: The Hollywood Reporter

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