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"Final Destination" (2000) brachte frischen Wind ins Horrorgenre...
Alex Browning (Devon Sawa), eine Art High-School-Kassandra, der mit seiner Klasse nach Paris fliegen soll, wacht kurz vor dem Abflug der Maschine aus einem Albtraum auf und wird von Panik erfasst, weil er sicher ist, dass das Flugzeug abstürzen wird. Aufgrund seines hysterischen Verhaltens werden sieben Passagiere der Maschine verwiesen, die sofort nach dem Start in einem Feuerball explodiert. Aber das Schicksal ist mit diesen wenigen Glücklichen noch lange nicht fertig. Der Tod holt sie sich, einen nach dem anderen...

Das Sequel "Final Destination 2" lief am 31. Januar 2003 in den US-Kinos an, in Deutschland am 6. März 2003... Die Dreharbeiten zu "Cheating Death: Final Destination 3" begannen Ende März 2005... Der 3. Teil startete am 13. April 2006 in den deutschen Kinos... Der 4. Teil "The Final Destination" (vormals: "Final Destination: Death Trip 3D") kam am 3. September 2009 in die deutschen Kinos...

"Final Destination 5" kam am 25. August 2011 in die deutschen Kinos...

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[25.08.2011] Heute startet "Final Destination 5" in den deutschen Kinos...

[15.08.2011] CS! berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] The fifth installment of the horror mainstay franchise Final Destination 5 (New Line/WB) didn't fare as well as the previous movie, opening with just $18.4 million to take third place. That was a smaller opening than the previous two movies despite getting some of the best reviews of the franchise. [...]

[11.08.2011] Bei STYD gibt es Video-Interviews mit Nicholas D'Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Ellen Wroe, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, P.J. Byrne, Arlen Escarpeta und Courtney B. Vance...

[09.08.2011] Ein paar "The Final Destination 5" Clips / Ausschnitte sind online...

[30.06.2011] Bei CS! gibt es ein neues FD5-Poster...

[10.05.2011] Der "The Final Destination 5" Trailer ist online !!! Und bei CS! gibt es ein FD5-Poster...

[24.09.2010] Bei CS! gibt es folgende Pressemeldung zum Drehbeginn von Teil 5...
Production is underway on New Line Cinema's fifth installment of the "Final Destination" franchise, which began back in 2000, with the original film quickly becoming a cult hit. The new victims of Death's plan are part of a cast led by Emma Bell (Frozen, TV's "The Walking Dead") and Nick D'Agosto (Fired Up!, TV's "Heroes"). The film is being shot on location in Vancouver, Canada.
The second of the "Final Destination" films to be shot in 3-D, Final Destination 5 is being directed by Steve Quale, marking his major feature film directorial debut. Producer Craig Perry ("American Pie") returns for the fifth time, working with executive producers Sheila Hanahan Taylor, Erik Holmberg, Richard Brener, Walter Hamada and David Neustadter. The screenplay was written by Eric Heisserer, with revisions by Gary Dauberman; Heisserer is no stranger to the horror genre, having penned New Line's recent hit A Nightmare on Elm Street.
Final Destination 5 brings together an ensemble cast that includes Bell and D'Agosto, along with Miles Fisher (TV's "Mad Men" and "Gossip Girl"), Arlen Escarpeta (Friday the 13th), Jacqueline MacInnes Wood (TV's "The Bold and the Beautiful"), P.J. Byrne (Dinner for Schmucks) and Ellen Wroe (TV's "Huge"). Rounding out the rest of the cast are Courtney B. Vance (TV's "FlashForward," "ER"), David Koechner ("The Office," Anchorman) and "Final Destination" franchise icon Tony Todd (Hatchet II).
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 this group of unsuspecting souls was 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.
Collaborating with Steve Quale behind the scenes are director of photography Brian Pearson (Drive Angry 3D, My Bloody Valentine 3D); production designer David Sandefur (Repo Men, Journey to the Center of the Earth); editor Eric Sears (Shooter) and costume designer Jori Woodman (Eight Below).
The film is a production of New Line Cinema and will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures, a Warner Bros. Entertainment Company.

[03.09.2010] Arrow in the Head meldet...
[...] we just learned from a very reliable source [..] that genre friendly cutie pie EMMA BELL (FROZEN, THE WALKING DEAD) was cast as the female lead in Steven Quale 's FINAL DESTINATION 5 aka 5nal Destination. Now that's a fine bit of casting...sold!
FINAL DESTINATION 5 also stars P.J. Byrne, Tony Todd, David Koechner, Meghan Ory, Nicholas D'Agosto, Ellen Wroe, Arlen Escarpeta and Miles Fisher. It goes into production on September 13th in Vancouver, Canada and is slated to assault the screens in crazy 3D on August 26, 2011

[31.08.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
New Line is putting together its crop of victims for "Final Destination 5" (aka "5nal Destination"), being directed by Steven Quale.
David Koechner, Nicholas D'Agosto, P.J. Byrne and Ellen Wroe are joining the already-cast Miles Fisher in the latest installment of the movie series, which centers on the idea that you can't cheat death.
Each installment focuses on a group of people who survive a catastrophe but end up expiring in elaborate Rube Goldberg-like fashion. The new movie sees the new batch of victims, co-workers on a corporate retreat, escaping the collapse of a city's suspension bridge.
Koechner, repped by CAA, is playing a clueless executive.
D'Agosto, repped by WME and Emerald Talent Group, is playing a guy who doesn't make fast decision in his own life. The actor starred in 2009 comedy "Fired Up!" which was distributed by Screen Gems, and had a run on NBC's "Heroes."
Byrne, who appeared in "Dinner for Schmucks" and will be in New Line's "Horrible Bosses," plays an obnoxious kleptomaniac. He is repped by Greene & Associates.
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. Repped by AEF and Main Title Entertainment, Wroe is a relative newcomer who just graduated from USC, although she did appear in ABC's Family "Huge."
Also, Tony Todd, who's been involved in all but one of the "Destination" movies, is back playing Mr. Bludworth.
Eric Heisserer ("The Thing") wrote the script, and Craig Perry is producing the pic, which has a Sept. 13 start date in Vancouver.

[09.06.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
Steven Quale, the second unit director for "Avatar," has been tapped to helm "Final Destination 5," the latest installment in New Line's horror franchise. [...]
Eric Heisserer ("The Thing") wrote the script, and Craig Perry is producing the pic, which has a September 13 start date in Vancouver. [...]

[26.04.2010] Heat Vision meldet...
Eric Heisserer, the scribe who penned Universal's "The Thing" prequel, is writing "Final Destination 5," the latest installment in New Line's horror franchise.
The "Destination" movies, which center on the idea that one can't cheat death, usually begin with a group of people who survive a catastrophe because of the intervention of one person who has a premonition. Death, however, will have its due, and the survivors end up expiring in elaborate Rube Goldberg-like fashion.
The plot for the latest installment is being kept under wraps, though one scene involves a character undergoing laser-eye surgery.
The movies, produced by Craig Perry, have consistently been profitable for New Line because they tend to be made with modest budgets and generate solid returns, usually in the mid-$50 million range domestically.
The company thought the fourth installment, released last year in 3D, was going to be the last one because it was a tough production that faced reshoots -- and received a critical drubbing. However, when it grossed $66 million domestically and was a big success overseas, it was only a matter of time before another one came along.
News of the fifth movie came during ShoWest in March, when Warner Bros.' Alan Horn disclosed its development.
New Line, hoping to stave off a mummifying franchise, is trying to break out of the repetition of the first four movies and believes that Heisserer is part of the solution; the UTA-repped writer is developing a reputation for being the go-to guy for reinventing branded material. Heisserer wrote the greenlight draft of New Line's remake of "A Nightmare on Elm Street," which opens next week, as well as "The Thing," which is in production in Toronto with Mary Elizabeth Winstead in the lead.
New Line is putting together a list of directors for the project, which would be shot in 3D for a release next year.

[19.03.2010] CS! meldet...
The Final Destination is not the final chapter in the series.
Today, at ShoWest in Las Vegas, sat in on Warner Bros.' The Big Picture presentation during which the studio's Alan Horn confirmed a fifth "Final Destination" film is in the works.
Each film in the series continues to be a financial success for the company. The Final Destination, which hit theaters last year in 3D, grossed $66 million domestically but made $180 million worldwide.
The last entry's title sounded so definitive so we're curious to hear what they'll call the next film.

[14.09.2009] CS! berichtet über die US-Kinocharts...
[...] New Line/Warner Bros.' The Final Destination rounded out the top five with $5.5 million. The fourth installment has collected $58.3 million in three weeks. [...]

[07.09.2009] berichtet über die US-Einspielergebnisse...
Fear has trumped romance at the boxoffice over Labor Day weekend. Fright flick "The Final Destination" remained the No. 1 movie for the second consecutive weekend with $12.4 million for the first three days of the holiday weekend. "The Final Destination" raised its 10-day total to $47.6 million. [...]

[03.09.2009] Heute startet der 4. Teil unter dem Titel "Final Destination: Death Trip" in den deutschen Kinos...

[31.08.2009] CS! berichtet über die US-Einspielergebnisse...
[...] The fourth installment of the gory horror series opened in 3,121 theaters with nearly half of them screening the movie in 3D, and the higher ticket prices helped it gross an estimated $28.3 million over the weekend, an impressive per-theater average of $9 thousand per venue. That amount is nearly 50% of the total gross that the previous installment made domestically in its entire theatrical run. According to Real D, 3D accounted for 70% of the opening weekend box office with Real D accounting for 90% of that amount or roughly $18 million. In past years, the last weekend in August before Labor Day weekend was a dumping ground where few movies ever grossed more than $18 million, so topping that amount by over $28 million is a huge coup for The Final Destination. [...]

[29.08.2009] Bei IESB gibt es ein Interview mit Bobby Campo und Shantel VanSanten...

[27.08.2009] Bei STYD gibt es ein Interview mit Eric Bress, einem der "The Final Destination"-Drehbuchautoren...
Shock: [...] The mythology that you guys created in part two are set aside this time. Why was that?
It's double-edged. You'll notice, if you watch the film, the crash happens in section 180, the bus is number 180, the dog's name is Browning, Alex Browning... there are a lot of things that tie the two together. For the fourth one we understood, how can we explain the rules as quickly as possible? Or not explain them at all and just have the characters discover them without all of the back and forth about it. Just get into it differently without showing people on the internet for five minutes. Also, I think we have seven funerals through one, two and three. How do we get away with a memorial where we can spend more time introducing characters and getting out development? There were a number of things we wanted to do differently this time around because we were embracing the fact that these movies are fun. I watched part two over the weekend again as a refresher, I got goosebumps during the scene in the car when everyone realizes that if people hadn't stepped off the plane in part one, the ripple effect wouldn't have effected the people in part two. I love that. But that was something that almost didn't make sense to go back to. We did it so well and nailed it on the head, so let's just give the people what they want - bigger and better deaths.
Shock: When you're scribbling out the blueprints for these deaths on the page, how detailed are you, as the writer, supposed to get?
Put it this way, when writing the crash scene for part two, that entire pile-up, I believe in the script, the line that was written was, "and then a pile-up of colossal proportions." That was it and we just turned it over to David [Ellis] because it didn't make sense to flesh it out. We hadn't choreographed it exactly how it was going to go down. We've got one of the top stunt men coming in to take the reins, let him figure all of that out. Why write it out? In this case, the death sections are what the people come to see, and they can be so elaborate and so drawn out you actually find yourself trimming bits away. For some scenes, David will just go crazy, like the mechanic shop. This guy knows cars and he can orchestrate a lot of the mid-direct, but when it comes to the chain of death coming to get people, that's sort of my in my hands.
Shock: There's talk that this could be the last film. Where do you think Final Destination can go, if the franchise does carry on?
Right now, the four movies of the franchise, they're part of a formula, which is fine. You don't beat off the path too much. But who's to say this couldn't happen in Russia or Japan? Where the social mores are completely different and the perspective of death is completely different. Mythology is different. Like Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift, I thoroughly enjoyed that movie - "Hey, we're in Japan!" We could do that. I don't know if there's another film, but the sincere thought was this will be the last. We'll got out with grace than beat a dead horse. We have some of the bigger set pieces and gags than the entire franchise. It'd be better to go out that way than make direct-to-DVD crap. [...]

[18.08.2009] Ein "The Final Destination" Clip / Ausschnitt ist online...

[11.08.2009] Ein paar "The Final Destination" TV-Spots sind online...

[05.07.2009] Bei gibt es ein paar extreme (und verräterische) Szenenbilder zu "The Final Destination"...

[07.06.2009] Der "The Final Destination" Trailer ist online...

[29.05.2009] Bei UGO gibt es Poster zu "The Final Destination"...

[18.05.2009] STYD meldet...
[...] New Line is slightly altering the title for their fourth Final Destination chapter. Instead of Final Destination: Death Trip 3D, it will now be called simply The Final Destination. A quizzical change, for sure, but something akin to Universal's approach to the latest Fast and Furious (except, New Line is adding a "the" instead of dropping it).
The Final Destination is still on track for an August 28th release date.

[13.12.2008] IESB zeigt erste Bilder aus dem 4. Teil "Final Destination: Death Trip 3D"...
[...] On what should have been a fun-filled day at the races, Nick O'Bannon has a horrific premonition in which a bizarre sequence of events causes multiple race cars to crash, sending flaming debris into the stands, brutally killing his friends and causing the upper deck of the stands to collapse on him. When he comes out of this grisly nightmare Nick panics, persuading his girlfriend, Lori, and their friends, Janet and Hunt, to leave... escaping seconds before Nick's frightening vision becomes a terrible reality. Thinking they've cheated death, the group has a new lease on life, but unfortunately for Nick and Lori, it is only the beginning. As his premonitions continue and the crash survivors begin to die one-by-one--in increasingly gruesome ways--Nick must figure out how to cheat death once and for all before he, too, reaches his final destination. The film marks the latest in the highly popular "Final Destination" series, and its first 3D installment, giving horror fans an especially visceral thrill ride. [...]

[15.05.2008] Bei STYD gibt es einen FD4-Setbericht...

[29.04.2008] STYD sprach mit Tony Todd über FD4...

[03.04.2008] Bei IESB verrät jemand Details über ein paar Seiten des FD4-Drehbuchs... Vorsicht SPOILER !!!

[23.02.2008] meldet...
New Line has tapped Shantel VanSanten, Bobby Campo and Hayley Webb as the stars of "Final Destination 4." Nick Zano, Krista Allen and Andy Fiscella round out the cast.
David Richard Ellis, who helmed the second installment, will direct the horror-thriller. Story kicks off when a teenager's premonition of a deadly racecar crash spares his life and those of a few lucky others. But death continues to stalk those who escaped it.
Eric Bress penned the screenplay.
New Line is shooting the latest chapter, budgeted at $43 million, in 3-D. The previous three "Final Destinations" have grossed more than $150 million at the domestic box office.
Principal photography begins this month in New Orleans. [...]

[21.11.2007] meldet...
David R. Ellis is coming back to New Line for more death.
The director has signed to direct and develop "Final Destination 4," the latest installment of New Line's popular horror series, which the studio plans to shoot in 3-D.
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 was written by Eric Bress, who co-wrote "Final Destination 2."
Ellis directed the second installment, which was praised for its elaborately orchestrated killings.
New Line's Richard Brener and Walter Hamada are overseeing the project, which has no start date.
The "Final Destination" films have been solid performers for New Line since they debuted in 2000. The first film grossed $53.3 million, the 2003 sequel made $46.5 million and the third, released in 2006, collected $54 million. The movies usually are made for at least half that and do well on home video. [...]

[19.08.2007] ProSieben zeigt heute um 22.00 Uhr "Final Destination 2"... Die Wiederholung läuft um 1.35 Uhr...

[18.08.2007] ProSieben zeigt heute um 22.10 Uhr "Final Destination"...

[01.01.2007] ProSieben zeigt heute um 22.25 Uhr "Final Destination 2"... Die Wiederholung läuft um 1.25 Uhr...

[20.07.2006] Bei gibt es Infos zur "FD3" US-DVD...
On July 25th, New Line Cinema will be trying something new on DVD as it releases FINAL DESTINATION 3 in a "2-Disc Thrill Ride" Edition that includes an option to decide the fates of the characters in the film. That's right, all you need to do is click on the unique "choose-their-fate" feature that is part of the disc's many bonus materials, and you can actually affect the destiny of the film's characters yourself. Wow. The discs also include a 10-part documentary about the "Making of FD3", a writer/director commentary track, additional scenes, alternate endings, as well as a featurette entitled "Dead Teenager Movie", which is an in-depth look at a sub-genre of horror films and much more. [...]

[15.04.2006] ProSieben zeigt heute um 22.00 Uhr "Final Destination 2" als deutsche Free-TV-Premiere...

[13.04.2006] Heute startet "Final Destination 3" in den deutschen Kinos...

[11.02.2006] Bei AICN gibt es eine F3-Kritik von Moriarty...
[...] There’s nothing in this movie that tops the best moments of FD2, but it’s got a manic, frantic energy that I think I like more than the first one. I wish the opening rollercoaster scene was better directed, because it’s a great idea, and it sort of works, but it trades coherence for confusion, which is a shame. The individual deaths are much better [...]

[10.02.2006] Bei AICN und Yahoo! gibt es Kritiken zu FD3...
The plot's pretty lame, the dialogue is downright hokey, and the characters are a bore, but somehow "Final Destination 3" (an oxymoron if there ever was one) still delivers a certain degree of over-the-top amusement. [...]

[07.02.2006] CS! sprach mit James Wong und Co...

[21.01.2006] meldet...
James Wong, co-writer and director of the upcoming supernatural horror sequel Final Destination 3, told SCI FI Wire that he managed to find a unique role in the latest installment for Tony Todd, the veteran character actor who played a sinister morgue attendant in the first two films. But Todd's character won't return in the third installment, in which death comes after the survivors of a horrific roller-coaster accident.
"The ride, the coaster, in the movie, is called 'Devil's Flight,' and there's this huge Devil that sits at the entrance to the ride," Wong said in an interview. "At amusement parks they always have that creepy voice that lures you into the rides. And Tony Todd will be the voice of the Devil."
In Final Destination 3, a group of high school students, including Wendy (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) and Kevin (Ryan Merriman), are about to ride a monstrous roller coaster when Wendy has a premonition of a horrible accident that will kill them all. They escape, only to find themselves stalked by an unseen force that wants them all dead. No other characters from the first two films appear in this third installment.
Wong said that, unlike the recent spate of horror movies that have been rated PG-13 in order to reach the widest possible audience, Final Destination 3 will be released with an R rating. "This is a definite R," Wong said. "I think the difference between this movie and PG-13 will be very apparent after the first death. But the one thing I want to add to that is that the deaths are terrifying and intense, but there's also a very high degree of entertainment to the movie. It's not a dark and grim movie, even though there are these really scary and graphic deaths. I think that's also maybe the difference between Final Destination 3 and maybe the Saw movies." [...]

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Erscheinungstermin: 30. Dezember 2011

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Sprachen: Deutsch & Englisch (Dolby Digital 5.1)
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DVD Erscheinungstermin: 20. November 2003

DVD Features: Original-Kommentar der Filmemacher; Original-Dokumentation; Nicht verwendete + alternative Szenen; Musik-Videos; Original-Trailer; Hinter den Kulissen; Easter Egg

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DVD Erscheinungstermin: 3. Juli 2001

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