moviefans.de !!! Final Destination
Final Destination
Aktuelles
Chat
DVD & Video
Links
Literatur
Soundtrack
Trailer

moviefans
Zur Startseite
SHOPPING
FILME  A-Z
Final Destination
Archiv



Die archivierten Nachrichten aus der Rubrik "Aktuelles"...

[16.01.2006] Bei JoBlo.com gibt es mehrere FD3-Bilder...

[06.01.2006] Arrow in the Head meldet...
We've got a possible on a new plot detail from FINAL DESTINATION 3 that has so far escaped notice. Over at Amazon.com the novelization of the flick has a synopsis with a little extra juice to it from what we've read before:
Young photographer Wendy Christiansen has a gruesome vision of death at an amusement park and as a result manages to escape from a thrill ride just before it crashes, killing her boyfriend and best friend. To her dismay, she discovers the photographs she took before the accident foretell the deaths of others who escaped the disaster. Now Death wants to reclaim each victim in the order they were meant to die.
The whole photo catches info you didn't see when you were taking it angle is always fun, and seems like a very sweet way to inject some additional life into this particular franchise. Here's hoping the idea makes the film and isn't just a cool idea that hit the cutting room floor.


[17.11.2005] B-D meldet...
We've confirmed reports that New Line Cinema's Final Destination 3 has gone under a few reshoots for the final version of the film. Apparently the film tested really well with audiences in California, only the finale was not completed and was the only weak spot in the film. From what we've been told, director James Wong has only made the film better than it's early cut and we will still see the film in theaters February 10, 2006. No details about what we'll see were revealed to us. The film, which opens with an amazing rollercoaster disaster, stars Ryan Merriman, Mary Winstead, Texas Battle, Alexz Johnson, Sam Easton, Kris Lemche, Jesse Moss, Gina Holden and Chelan Simmons.

[30.10.2005] Der "Final Destination 3" Teaser-Trailer ist online...

[28.10.2005] Bei B-D gibt es das FD3-Poster...

[30.07.2005] Arrow in the Head hat einen FD3 Production Clip (Benötigt Real Player) aufgetrieben...

[29.06.2005] The Deadbolt sprach mit Craig Perry über FD3...

[23.05.2005] Bei Fangoria gibt es ein exklusives FD3-Szenenbild...

[16.05.2005] Bei BD gibt es einen Set-Bericht, inkl. Szenenbilder...

[06.05.2005] Bei DH gibt es ein paar FD3-Szenenbilder...

[22.04.2005] DH meldet...
Production commenced March 30th on New Line Cinema's feature thriller Final Destination 3, the latest and most terrifying installment of this action-packed series. Final Destination 3 stars Ryan Merriman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
Six years after the events of Final Destination, Wendy (Mary Elizabeth Winstead), a high school senior, has a premonition of a fatal amusement park accident involving herself and all her friends. When the premonition proves true, those who survive the accident are forced to deal with the repercussions of escaping their fate.
But fate is not so easily thwarted, and as Wendy and Kevin (Ryan Merriman) desperately try to interpret the clues that might save lives, one-by-one their friends meet fantastically gruesome ends.
Final Destination 3 reunites the filmmakers of Final Destination. As in the original, James Wong (Final Destination, "X-Files") directs from a screenplay by Glen Morgan and James Wong. Warren Zide (Final Destination, American Pie), Craig Perry (Final Destination, American Pie) Glen Morgan (Final Destination, Willard) and James Wong are producing.
Ryan Merriman is an up-and-coming young actor whose feature credits include The Ring 2, and a co-starring role opposite Stanley Tucci in Spin. His television credits include a leading role in the series "Veritas" and the Spielberg produced mini-series "Taken."
Mary Elizabeth Winstead will soon be seen co-starring with Kurt Russell and Kelly Preston in Sky High, scheduled for release in July '05.
The filmmakers have assembled a talented production team including director of photography Rob McLachlan (Final Destination, Willard), production designer Mark Freeborn ("Millennium," Willard), costume designer Gregory Mah (Freddy vs Jason, Willard), editor Chris Willingham ("Millennium," "24") and visual effects producer/supervisor Ariel Shaw (Final Destination, Nightmare Before Christmas).
Final Destination 3 is scheduled for a 2006 release.


[15.04.2005] Bei Sci Fi Wire gibt es Infos zur FD3-Eröffnungssequenz... SPOILER !!!
Glen Morgan - who with partner James Wong is returning to the Final Destination franchise by writing and producing the upcoming third installment - showed SCI FI Wire a glimpse of the sequel's opening disaster, which takes place on a roller coaster and will be shot in a way that hasn't been seen before. "It's not necessarily groundbreaking, but it hasn't been done before, you know, in this way," [...]

[11.04.2005] Moviehole meldet...
A group of fresh blood are lining up for their chance to be dowsed in corn syrup.
According to Variety, Texas Battle, Alexz Johnson, Sam Easton, Kris Lemche, Jesse Moss, Gina Holden and Chelan Simmons have signed on to "Cheating Death : Final Destination 3", joining leads Ryan Merriman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead.
We can also confirm that Jamie Isaac Conde ["The Fountain"], Alexander Kalugin ["The Chronicles of Riddick"] and Dustin Milligan ["Slither"] are also about to sign on.
Obviously, since the film is supposed to be shot in 3-D, the studio haven't gone crazy on paying big names. Then again, the stars of the first film weren't anyone that notable at the time either.
The third in the popular New Line Cinema teen-scream series sees a young spunk have a premonition of a rollercoaster ride that will apparently slice and dice all her friends. When she fails to stop it - she makes it her mission to atleast save the survivors from their 'fate'.


[22.03.2005] HollywoodReporter.com meldet...
Ryan Merriman and Mary Elizabeth Winstead will star in "Cheating Death: Final Destination 3," New Line Cinema's latest installment of the popular horror series. Warren Zide, Craig Perry, Glen Morgan and James Wong are producing. Wong, who directed 2000's "Final Destination," is back in the directing chair. The story is set six years after the events of the first movie and centers on a high school senior who has a premonition of a fatal amusement-park accident involving her and her friends. When the premonition becomes a reality, those who survive are forced to deal with the repercussions of "cheating death."

[17.02.2005] HNR meldet...
[...] last but not least Final Destination 3, which is still supposedly going to be shot in 3D, will start rolling on March 21st and wrap on June 9th under the direction of HNR Favorite, James Wong. Production will also take place at Lion’s Gate Film Studios in North Vancouver.

[21.01.2005] Moviehole meldet...
According to Production Weekly, James Wong will return to the "Final Desination" fold to direct the third instalment of the series. In this one, Wendy Christensen, high-schooler, fails to stop the fated roller coaster ride that she predicted would cause the deaths of several of her friends. She teams a with schoolmate in a race against time to prevent death from revisiting the survivors of the accident. Rumours have it that the film may be filmed in 3-D, but that's not confirmed in the report. [...]

[10.06.2004] CS! meldet, dass "FD3" kommt...
Variety reports that New Line Cinema has greenlit Final Destination 3 by reuniting with franchise creators Glen Morgan and James Wong.
Wong directed the original film, which he wrote with Morgan and Jeffrey Reddick, in 2000. The second installment was directed by David R. Ellis and written by J. Mackye Gruber and Eric Bress. Both film cost only about $25 million and made $90 million and $70 million worldwide, respectively.
Co-writer Morgan and writer-director Wong have not revealed what kind of accident the third film will entail.


[04.04.2004] About.com sprach mit David R. Ellis, u.a. über "FD3"...
[...] Will there be a Final Destination 3? Absolutely. 3D. They’re already planning it.
Will you be involved? They want me to be. I’m not sure what’s going to happen with that, but they’re in the process right now of hiring some writers and trying to come up with a cool story line. But they had a lot of success with those two films.
They’ll shoot in 3D? That’s what they mentioned.
Using James Cameron’s cameras? I guess. I just heard the mention of that, so I don't know if they’re totally serious about that or if it’s going to happen, but I know they’re talking about it. [...]


[12.03.2004] Bei Fangoria gibt es Neuigkeiten zu "FD3" - von Tony Todd...
[...] "Right now they’re prepping it," he says. Although the actor has no specific information about the third film’s plot, he does claim that his macabre morgue attendant Mr. Bludworth is likely to make a further appearance. "They didn’t kill me, did they?" the actor teases. And Fango has heard rumblings that his and everyone else’s character will receive additional dimension in the sequel - plans are to shoot it in 3-D!

[26.07.2003] DH berichtet über "FD3"...
The producing legend that is Craig Perry talked to About.Com recently about the possibility of a third film in the teen horror/suspense franchise - "Theatrical [for film #2] was slightly less than it was on the first movie. Still more than enough to turn an ample profit, but I think they’ll get a real landscape with how much they want to spend on a third one based on DVD. Because three years ago when the DVD was released for Final Destination 1, there weren’t as much hardware. Now there’s tons more hardware. We want to see how it does". Any ideas of what to expect? "We’ve been banging around a few ideas, but those are really hard to come by so I’m going to keep quiet...Somebody said why not have a roller coaster disaster? How much fun would that be? It would be badass. So, think about it".

[25.04.2003] Bloody-Disgusting.com berichtet über eine mögliche Anfangssequenz für "FD3"...
[...] I have a pretty reliable contact in New Line and they told me that the big accident in the works for Final Destination 3 will involve an amusement park rollercoaster fiasco. [...]

[12.03.2003] Moviehole sprach mit Tony Todd, u.a. über "FD3"...
Are you going to be back for a "Final Destination 3"?
I certainly hope so. It would make mucho sense. Perhaps with more than one scene. Although I do like the pressure being off without having to carry a movie and yet still remain prominent. I understand. The producers are knocking around ideas as we communicate.


[06.03.2003] Heute startet "Final Destination 2" in den deutschen Kinos... Die NZ schreibt...
Was kann man von der Fortsetzung eines Films aus dem Genre «Teenager Horror» erwarten? Noch mehr einfallsreich grausame Todesarten, noch mehr künstliches Blut, abgedroschene Dialoge und genauso hübsche wie amateurhafte Schauspieler in einem konfusen Plot? Richtig! Wer das erwartet, sitzt bei «Final Destination 2» im richtigen Film. [...]

[05.03.2003] Bei DH gibt es eine Kritik von Garth (3/5)...

[03.02.2003] Moviehole sprach mit Keegan Connor Tracy...

[01.02.2003] Bei CS! gibt es Interviews von der Premiere... Kritiken gibt es bei Latino Review und LOE...

[31.01.2003] Heute startet "FD2" in den US-Kinos... Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit A.J. Cook... Darüberhinaus gibt es bei CS! eine Kritik (6/10)... Bei AICN gibt es eine positive Kritik...
[...] If you like gore... if you’re a fan of make-up effects and extreme imagery... then FINAL DESTINATION 2 is a fanboy’s dream come true. If you’re not into graphic up-close fantasy violence, then stay away, because that’s pretty much the reason this film exists. [...]

[30.01.2003] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Michael Landes... Und Creature Corner sprach mit A.J. Cook und Michael Landes...

[29.01.2003] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit dem Regisseur David Ellis...

[28.01.2003] Bei DH gibt es Kritiken zu "FD2"...

[27.01.2003] Bei CS! gibt es ein Interview mit Ali Larter...

[25.01.2003] Bei Yahoo! Movies gibt es einen exklusiven Ausschnitt aus "FD2"...

[19.01.2003] Fangoria sprach mit David R. Ellis und Craig Perry über "Final Destination 3"...
[...] "Well, they've got me already as an option to do FINAL DESTINATION 3 if they decide to do it," admits Ellis. "Truthfully, I think a twist would be to come back and do it as a comedy and spoof the FINAL DESTINATION movies. It might be interesting. We've left it wide open for a sequel, and I feel--and New Line feels--that the movie is going to be successful, so I'm sure there will be a third film, whether it's a comedy or a serious bloodbath." [...]

[08.01.2003] Die Offizielle Website zu "FD2" ist online...

[23.11.2002] Der "Final Destination 2" Trailer ist online...

[21.11.2002] Bei IGN FilmForce kann man einen ersten Blick auf das "Final Destination 2"-Poster werfen...

[20.11.2002] Bei Latino Review gibt es mehrere Szenenbilder...

[07.08.2002] Bei AICN gibt zwei positive Kritiken...
[...] From the audience’s reaction, as well as the reaction from the test group I was in, people were pretty pleased with the film. Most of the test group rated it "GOOD", while the others were split between "VERY GOOD" and "EXCELLENT". No one in the test group rated the movie "POOR". What I was most surprised about was that no one was too turned off by all of the gory scenes. In fact, it seemed like some of them, myself included, found the film’s lack of taste in some of the scenes somewhat refreshing! I was glad that the filmmakers didn’t try to spare our sensitive little eyes from all that terrible violence. [...]

[31.07.2002] Cinescape sprach mit dem Produzenten Craig Perry...
[...] "We follow a totally different group of characters, which is something I like about it... We only verbally reference the first movie once in the first 30 minutes. There are certain things that I think an audience will recognize and be aware of only because of their knowledge of the first movie - that makes the movie kind of fun."
That’s not to say, like the misstep that was another horror sequel BLAIR WITCH 2, the second film will forget what made the first film good.
"And at about page 32 of the movie, wham! Ali Larter’s character enters... She becomes emblematic of everything the first movie had in it. All the information; all the characters; all the pathos - everything from the first movie is embodied in her character. After the characters meet her, they spend time trying to figure out how this story relates to the other story. What do they have to do with one another, outside of the fact that death seems to be chasing both of them? And that’s what’s really cool. The turning and twisting and searching, and then they finally get the connection at the end of the second act, but is it in time to actually help them escape from death’s clutches?" It seems the not everyone who survived the first film, which has ‘accidents’ slaughtering pretty young people, made it to FINAL 2.
"Because two people survived at the end of the first movie, we decided to kill one of them off during the time in between films for dramatic reasons... [Having] one of the characters die off screen is more interesting because these two characters were supposed to be watching one another’s backs. Well, Death got to one of them and Ali is the only one left" [...]


[10.05.2002] Bei Coming Attractions gibt es einen Set-Report...

[15.04.2002] Bei Coming Attractions gibt es ein Interview mit Regisseur David Ellis und Produzent Craig Perry...

[28.03.2002] Bei Coming Attractions gibt es ein paar Bilder von den Dreharbeiten und einen Spy-Report...
[...] "It's common knowledge here in Campbell River, but other folks might want to know that a major crash sequence for the flick is shutting down a portion of the inland island hiway at the end of April and beginning of May.
Seems someone in the show has a premonition about a big accident on a turnpike. The movie people are building the turnpike (cuz it doesn't exist) and connecting it to the real highway. They're in the process of procuring extras and they want a photo of people...and their cars. [...]


[23.02.2002] Phantastik.de meldet...
Produzent Craig Perry hat in einem Interview gemeint, die Fortsetzung zum Grusler "Final Destination" werde zwar eine "provokante Erweiterung der Mythologie" des ersten Films praesentieren, koenne aber auch fuer sich selbst stehen. Erst im Laufe der Story werde man erahnen koennen, was der zweite mit dem ersten Teil zu tun habe sagte er der Site "13th Street". Der Film werde fast ohne F/X auskommen und nur einer der Darsteller aus dem ersten Teil werde auch im zweiten Teil zu sehen sein, dieser wuerde agieren wie "Sarah" in "Terminator II".

[19.02.2002] Heute beginnen die Dreharbeiten am Sequel...

[24.07.2001] Bei Creature Corner gibt es ein Script-Review (6/10)...
[...] Writers J. Mackye Gruber and Eric Bress have given us more of the same but have delivered a script that expands on the original with some fresh ideas, more great deaths, and an... amusing explanation for the absence of Alex Browning (Devon Sawa). [...]


m o v i e f a n s . d e

Disclaimer | FAQ | Kontakt | Impressum

E-Mail - info@moviefans.de
Homepage - http://www.moviefans.de

Final Destination 3 - Ungeschnittene Kinofassung (DVD)

Final Destination 2 (DVD)

Final Destination (DVD)

Ali Larter als Clear Rivers

OFDb
Die Online-Filmdatenbank bietet u.a. Angaben zu verschiedenen Fassungen
Final Destination

Amazon
Bücher, Musik, DVD
PC- & Videospiele, etc.

Schnellsuche

Suchbegriff